It’s National Margarita Day! Must-have margaritas in Palm Beach County


Today is National Margarita Day! Time to sip a margarita to celebrate! 

Here are some tasty ones we found around Palm Beach County:

THE AVOCADO MARGARITA

The popular downtown West Palm eatery, which recently opened a second location in Palm Beach Gardens offers a special kick to today’s happy hour with the  Avocado Margarita. 

Check Avocado Grill’s website for location information. 


A RAINBOW OF MARGARITAS

Rocco’s Tacos features many variations of margaritas, plus offers over 400 kinds of tequila. 

Rocco’s Tacos: 224 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561-650-1001. (Rocco’s has other Palm Beach County locations at 5090 PGA Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens, at 110 E. Atlantic Ave. in downtown Delray Beach, and at 5250 Town Center Cir. in Boca Raton.


JALAPEÑO-CILANTRO MARGARITA

Cabo Flats has many tasty margaritas to choose from. Highlighted here is the Jalapeno Cilantro Margarita served with Agave Loco Pepper cured tequila, fresh cilantro, fresh citrus and agave nectar.

Cabo Flats550 S Rosemary Ave., #160, West Palm Beach; 561-249-2818


STRAWBERRY-JALAPEÑO MARGARITA

Copper Blues in West Palm Beach. The beverages at the gastro pub located in CityPlace emphasizes fresh, local and craft drinks.

Copper Blues550 S Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 561-404-4101


WATERMELON JALAPEÑO MARGARITA

The Watermelon Jalapeno Margarita, at Calaveras Cantina in Harbourside, is prepared fresh daily. Extra special today: Ladies receive happy hour all day.

Calaveras Cantina125 Dockside Circle, Jupiter; 561-320-9661


DON’T FORGET IT. PIN IT! 


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