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16 Excellent Margaritas in Miami

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Nothing goes better with Miami’s perfect beach day weather than a margarita. It’s a classic cocktail that can be kept simple or served with endless variations. Whether it’s blended or on the rocks, there are never-ending options to choose from in Miami’s eclectic restaurant and bar scene.

Here are 16 excellent margaritas to check out in Miami.

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Hoja Taqueria Miami Beach

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Keeping in classic and delicious, the margarita at Hoja Taqueria inside Miami Beach’s the Generator, is made with your choice of Espolon tequila or Ilegal mezcal, Cointreau, agave, and lime juice.

With over 100+ tequilas and mezcals adorning the walls of Bakan, it’s no surprise that this menu features more than one great margarita. For those looking for a cilantro twist, try the Verde Que Te Quiero Verde made with tequila, agave, cilantro, and lime juice.

Le Chick Miami

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There’s nothing like a frozen margarita on a hot Miami day to help wash down killer fried chicken and burgers at Wynwood’s Le Chick. Available for $8 during happy hour from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Coyo Taco

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Simple and served in a branded plastic cup, the margaritas at Coyo Taco can’t be missed. Protip: Order a gallon for your next gathering and take the magic of the Coyo Taco margarita home.

Pilo's Tequila Garden Wynwood

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Self-proclaimed as the world’s only tequila garden, this hype Wynwood spot features three margaritas: A classic lime, a tart passion fruit, and a sweet strawberry.

FREEHOLD Miami

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Looking for margaritas fit for a crowd? Head to the Freehold in Wynwood, where the menu features a large format cocktail served out of a massive flamingo pitcher. The Margarita Royale serves eight or 12 people and is made with Teremana Blanco tequila, triple sec, fresh lime, and a Don Julio 1942 Primavera floater.

Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company

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The name might be a bit broad, but Sweet Liberty’s version of a margarita is one of the best on the beach. Named Something Spicy with Tequila made frozen with Milagro Blanco, Ojo de Tigre mezcal, Cointreau, mango, and Tajin — it’s a mango margarita done right.

Tequiztlan Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar

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Tucked into Sunset Harbor, it’s easy almost to miss Tequiztlan, but once inside, guests will discover 250+ tequilas and a margarita menu featuring over a dozen variations of the traditional cocktail. Try the Polanco made with reposado tequila that’s infused with basil and strawberry for a sweet twist on a classic.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila (Multiple locations)

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Frozen or on the rocks, this late night hot spot has margaritas aplenty. Snag them for $7 during happy hour every day from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Oh! Mexico

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At Oh! Mexico guests are encouraged to build their own margarita using any of the beloved restaurant’s tequilas, mezcals, and flavor profiles. On the rocks, frozen, large or smaller — there’s no wrong answer here. Want to get a little wild? Opt for the Holy Pop, a mezcal marg with a popsicle.

Taquiza

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Known most for the freshly ground blue masa tacos, Taquiza has so much more to offer. Here margaritas come in every style and imbibers are welcome to choose their favorite — regular, frozen, skinny, spicy, or passion fruit! Don’t worry, they all pair really well with tacos.

Serena Rooftop

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Rooftop margs are where it’s at, and Serena at the new Moxy South Beach has the goods. Order the Serena margarita for a refreshingly classic treat.

Jaguar Sun

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The signature cocktail at downtown’s popular Jaguar Sun, the Green Ghoul, is a split-base margarita that uses mezcal and tequila. Featuring fresh poblano, cucumber, and lime, it’s a refreshing take on the classic drink. Plus, it’s served in a fun cactus-shaped margarita glass.

Cantina La Veinte Miami

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Located in Brickell, this swanky Mexican spot turns traditional tacos into a feast of gawk-worthy masterpieces. Go there for dinner, and pair that “Queso Fundido” with a passion fruit margarita. It will make the queso more fundido.

Rosa Sky

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Rooftop vibes and skyline views are perhaps the biggest draw to Rosa Sky — with a cocktail in hand. When it comes to margaritas, this menu features a variety of flavors to choose from, including the Classic Margarita, Mexican Kiss Margarita, Spicy Margarita, Strawberry Margarita, and Watermelon Margarita.

Talavera Cocina Mexicana

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This Mexican mainstay in Coral Gables is best known for its Mexican eats and powerful margaritas. Go for the margarita lab, which offers six different versions of the margarita, because who wants to choose just one flavor.

Hoja Taqueria Miami Beach

Keeping in classic and delicious, the margarita at Hoja Taqueria inside Miami Beach’s the Generator, is made with your choice of Espolon tequila or Ilegal mezcal, Cointreau, agave, and lime juice.

BAKAN

With over 100+ tequilas and mezcals adorning the walls of Bakan, it’s no surprise that this menu features more than one great margarita. For those looking for a cilantro twist, try the Verde Que Te Quiero Verde made with tequila, agave, cilantro, and lime juice.

Le Chick Miami

There’s nothing like a frozen margarita on a hot Miami day to help wash down killer fried chicken and burgers at Wynwood’s Le Chick. Available for $8 during happy hour from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Coyo Taco

Simple and served in a branded plastic cup, the margaritas at Coyo Taco can’t be missed. Protip: Order a gallon for your next gathering and take the magic of the Coyo Taco margarita home.

Pilo's Tequila Garden Wynwood

Self-proclaimed as the world’s only tequila garden, this hype Wynwood spot features three margaritas: A classic lime, a tart passion fruit, and a sweet strawberry.

FREEHOLD Miami

Looking for margaritas fit for a crowd? Head to the Freehold in Wynwood, where the menu features a large format cocktail served out of a massive flamingo pitcher. The Margarita Royale serves eight or 12 people and is made with Teremana Blanco tequila, triple sec, fresh lime, and a Don Julio 1942 Primavera floater.

Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company

The name might be a bit broad, but Sweet Liberty’s version of a margarita is one of the best on the beach. Named Something Spicy with Tequila made frozen with Milagro Blanco, Ojo de Tigre mezcal, Cointreau, mango, and Tajin — it’s a mango margarita done right.

Tequiztlan Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar

Tucked into Sunset Harbor, it’s easy almost to miss Tequiztlan, but once inside, guests will discover 250+ tequilas and a margarita menu featuring over a dozen variations of the traditional cocktail. Try the Polanco made with reposado tequila that’s infused with basil and strawberry for a sweet twist on a classic.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila (Multiple locations)

Frozen or on the rocks, this late night hot spot has margaritas aplenty. Snag them for $7 during happy hour every day from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Oh! Mexico

At Oh! Mexico guests are encouraged to build their own margarita using any of the beloved restaurant’s tequilas, mezcals, and flavor profiles. On the rocks, frozen, large or smaller — there’s no wrong answer here. Want to get a little wild? Opt for the Holy Pop, a mezcal marg with a popsicle.

Taquiza

Known most for the freshly ground blue masa tacos, Taquiza has so much more to offer. Here margaritas come in every style and imbibers are welcome to choose their favorite — regular, frozen, skinny, spicy, or passion fruit! Don’t worry, they all pair really well with tacos.

Serena Rooftop

Rooftop margs are where it’s at, and Serena at the new Moxy South Beach has the goods. Order the Serena margarita for a refreshingly classic treat.

Jaguar Sun

The signature cocktail at downtown’s popular Jaguar Sun, the Green Ghoul, is a split-base margarita that uses mezcal and tequila. Featuring fresh poblano, cucumber, and lime, it’s a refreshing take on the classic drink. Plus, it’s served in a fun cactus-shaped margarita glass.

Cantina La Veinte Miami

Located in Brickell, this swanky Mexican spot turns traditional tacos into a feast of gawk-worthy masterpieces. Go there for dinner, and pair that “Queso Fundido” with a passion fruit margarita. It will make the queso more fundido.

Rosa Sky

Rooftop vibes and skyline views are perhaps the biggest draw to Rosa Sky — with a cocktail in hand. When it comes to margaritas, this menu features a variety of flavors to choose from, including the Classic Margarita, Mexican Kiss Margarita, Spicy Margarita, Strawberry Margarita, and Watermelon Margarita.

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Talavera Cocina Mexicana

This Mexican mainstay in Coral Gables is best known for its Mexican eats and powerful margaritas. Go for the margarita lab, which offers six different versions of the margarita, because who wants to choose just one flavor.

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