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Where to Order Takeout Margaritas in South Florida

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Margaritas are a classic beverage that scream summer, and while enjoying one at a restaurant will look a bit different this summer there are several places that are safely open for takeout and delivery featuring a bevy of margarita options. From classic to frozen to unique flavors like blood fruit and avocado, here are 16 South Florida spots serving takeout margaritas worth checking out.

As always in these times, check the social media handles and websites for details like menu items and delivery hours as they may change as these restaurants adapt to these new business models. Also, always remember to tip well and call before using a delivery platform such as Postmates or UberEats, which comes with hefty fees for consumers and restaurants.

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Stay Home By Talavera

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Stay Home! by Talavera is delivering its pre-batched 16 oz. margarita jars via a delivery truck that plays fun Mexican music — like an ice cream truck, but with tequila and Mexican eaters. Each jar makes four 4 oz. drinks and is $20. Order here.

Coyo Taco (Multiple Locations)

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If one margarita isn’t enough, head over to Coyo Taco where margaritas are sold by the gallon ($39.99) and half-gallon ($24.99) jugs. Margarita jugs are available for delivery through its site and takeout at all Coyo Taco locations.

Jaguar Restaurant

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For those who choose to elevate their at-home happy hour, Jaguar Restaurant has created a margarita pitcher available in half and full pitchers. Half pitchers serve 2 to 3 glasses and the full pitcher serves 4 to 5 glasses. Available in both classic and cilantro margarita varieties. Order here

Kush Coconut Grove

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The new Kush Hospitality (a hybrid version of Wynwood’s Kush and The Spillover) restaurant has an outdoor bar that’s offering to-go cocktails to enjoy at home including The Mexican From Miami margarita made with El Jimador Tequila, watermelon juice, jalapeño, and lime. Pro tip: use the provided Mexican Chili lollipop to stir. 

Monty's Raw Bar

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Monty’s Raw Bar may be known best for its Pain Killer cocktails, but the margaritas also deserve some attention. Get the same experience at home with its newly launched margarita kit. Each $45 kit includes one bottle of house tequila, agave syrup, and lime juice — enough to make up to 16 drinks. Order here.

La Tiendita Taqueria

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Score half-priced margaritas every day from 4 to 8 p.m. in at Wynwood’s only to-go ventanita, La Tiendita Taqueria. With seven margarita flavors to choose from, there’s something for every palate. Flavors include mango, passion fruit, tomate de árbol (blood fruit), tamarindo, coco, blackberry, and avocado. Available for takeout or delivery. Order here.

Bakan offers Tulum vibes with its takeout selection of margaritas. Options include the classic margarita, the cilantro-filled Verde Que Te Quiero Verde, or the Mango Petacon with tequila, triple sec, mango puree, mint, brown sugar, and lime juice. Available for takeout or delivery. 

American Social

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American Social has created margarita kits include everything you’ll need to master your margarita at home, with enough ingredients to make up to four margaritas - perfect for sharing with family, roommates, or imbibing on your own. Each kit is $35, call the restaurant to order.

Grails Restaurant & Bar

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Those looking for a savory twist on a classic margarita can get their fix at Grails in Wynwood. Available for takeout is the Staple Pigeon margarita made with Corazon Tequila, a citrus blend, pineapple, cilantro, passion fruit, and savory salt. Order here.

Old Greg's Pizza

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Miami’s most coveted pizza is now served alongside frozen mezcal margaritas at its Design District popup. Available for pre-order online in both 8 and 16 ounce options, these frozen drinks pack a delicious smokey punch while helping to combat the hot Miami summer.

Vecinos Market

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The online platform Vecinos Market is all about shopping local while staying safe at home. The support small business marketplace has everything from clothes, to home goods, to you guessed it — margaritas from The Mighty. Buy the 32 ounce jarred margaritas separately or in a party pack of three featuring one of each flavor: strawberry, pineapple, and lime. Each jar contains eight drinks and is ready to shake and pour over ice. Order here.

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Phuc Yea

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This Viet-Cajun restaurant is serving up margaritas that match its flavor-packed menu. Order batched margaritas like the Tuk Tuk Beep Beep made with tequila, Aperol, Ancho Reyes, guava, chili tincture, and lime or Phuong’s Den made with tequila, Triple Sec, hibiscus, rose water, and lime. Each come in a 16oz batch — enough for 3 to 4 drinks. Pour over ice, squeeze the lime, and it’s ready to go. Order here.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila

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Miami Beach’s late night taco spot has pivoted to the area’s go to place for takeout margaritas. These $9 cocktails come in three varieties including Pico Picante with Herradura Silver, Ilegal Mezcal, cucumber, cilantro, jalapeno, lime, and orange bitters; Hibisco made using Patron Reposado, Combier, hibiscus cordial, and fresh lime; and the La Diablita featuring Don Julio Blanco, apricot, blackberries, ginger, and fresh Lime. Oh and it also offers $5 frozen margs daily during happy hour from 6 to 8 p.m.

Quarterdeck Restaurants

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Grab takeout at Quarterdeck and don’t forget the tequila. Order a Tres Agaves Shaker Margarita made with Tres Agaves tequila, lime, agave, and a choice of traditional, mango, or blueberry flavor to sip at home with the restaurant’s staple dishes like the coconut shrimp or blackened chicken tacos. Order here.

Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar

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This Fort Lauderdale Mexican spot is serving up its margarita liters to-go for thirsty patron. The 1 liter bottles of margaritas include the house margarita, the orange flavored Rocco Rita, or the Cadillac Margarita made with El Mayor Anejo tequila and Grand Marnier. Order here.

Taquiza

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Grab one of Taquiza’s popular margaritas on the go. The margaritas now come in 12 ounce bottles, making it enough for three servings of the tequila filled drink, at just $16 a bottle. Order here.

Stay Home By Talavera

Stay Home! by Talavera is delivering its pre-batched 16 oz. margarita jars via a delivery truck that plays fun Mexican music — like an ice cream truck, but with tequila and Mexican eaters. Each jar makes four 4 oz. drinks and is $20. Order here.

Coyo Taco (Multiple Locations)

If one margarita isn’t enough, head over to Coyo Taco where margaritas are sold by the gallon ($39.99) and half-gallon ($24.99) jugs. Margarita jugs are available for delivery through its site and takeout at all Coyo Taco locations.

Jaguar Restaurant

For those who choose to elevate their at-home happy hour, Jaguar Restaurant has created a margarita pitcher available in half and full pitchers. Half pitchers serve 2 to 3 glasses and the full pitcher serves 4 to 5 glasses. Available in both classic and cilantro margarita varieties. Order here

Kush Coconut Grove

The new Kush Hospitality (a hybrid version of Wynwood’s Kush and The Spillover) restaurant has an outdoor bar that’s offering to-go cocktails to enjoy at home including The Mexican From Miami margarita made with El Jimador Tequila, watermelon juice, jalapeño, and lime. Pro tip: use the provided Mexican Chili lollipop to stir. 

Monty's Raw Bar

Monty’s Raw Bar may be known best for its Pain Killer cocktails, but the margaritas also deserve some attention. Get the same experience at home with its newly launched margarita kit. Each $45 kit includes one bottle of house tequila, agave syrup, and lime juice — enough to make up to 16 drinks. Order here.

La Tiendita Taqueria

Score half-priced margaritas every day from 4 to 8 p.m. in at Wynwood’s only to-go ventanita, La Tiendita Taqueria. With seven margarita flavors to choose from, there’s something for every palate. Flavors include mango, passion fruit, tomate de árbol (blood fruit), tamarindo, coco, blackberry, and avocado. Available for takeout or delivery. Order here.

BAKAN

Bakan offers Tulum vibes with its takeout selection of margaritas. Options include the classic margarita, the cilantro-filled Verde Que Te Quiero Verde, or the Mango Petacon with tequila, triple sec, mango puree, mint, brown sugar, and lime juice. Available for takeout or delivery. 

American Social

American Social has created margarita kits include everything you’ll need to master your margarita at home, with enough ingredients to make up to four margaritas - perfect for sharing with family, roommates, or imbibing on your own. Each kit is $35, call the restaurant to order.

Grails Restaurant & Bar

Those looking for a savory twist on a classic margarita can get their fix at Grails in Wynwood. Available for takeout is the Staple Pigeon margarita made with Corazon Tequila, a citrus blend, pineapple, cilantro, passion fruit, and savory salt. Order here.

Old Greg's Pizza

Miami’s most coveted pizza is now served alongside frozen mezcal margaritas at its Design District popup. Available for pre-order online in both 8 and 16 ounce options, these frozen drinks pack a delicious smokey punch while helping to combat the hot Miami summer.

Vecinos Market

The online platform Vecinos Market is all about shopping local while staying safe at home. The support small business marketplace has everything from clothes, to home goods, to you guessed it — margaritas from The Mighty. Buy the 32 ounce jarred margaritas separately or in a party pack of three featuring one of each flavor: strawberry, pineapple, and lime. Each jar contains eight drinks and is ready to shake and pour over ice. Order here.

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Phuc Yea

This Viet-Cajun restaurant is serving up margaritas that match its flavor-packed menu. Order batched margaritas like the Tuk Tuk Beep Beep made with tequila, Aperol, Ancho Reyes, guava, chili tincture, and lime or Phuong’s Den made with tequila, Triple Sec, hibiscus, rose water, and lime. Each come in a 16oz batch — enough for 3 to 4 drinks. Pour over ice, squeeze the lime, and it’s ready to go. Order here.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila

Miami Beach’s late night taco spot has pivoted to the area’s go to place for takeout margaritas. These $9 cocktails come in three varieties including Pico Picante with Herradura Silver, Ilegal Mezcal, cucumber, cilantro, jalapeno, lime, and orange bitters; Hibisco made using Patron Reposado, Combier, hibiscus cordial, and fresh lime; and the La Diablita featuring Don Julio Blanco, apricot, blackberries, ginger, and fresh Lime. Oh and it also offers $5 frozen margs daily during happy hour from 6 to 8 p.m.

Quarterdeck Restaurants

Grab takeout at Quarterdeck and don’t forget the tequila. Order a Tres Agaves Shaker Margarita made with Tres Agaves tequila, lime, agave, and a choice of traditional, mango, or blueberry flavor to sip at home with the restaurant’s staple dishes like the coconut shrimp or blackened chicken tacos. Order here.

Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar

This Fort Lauderdale Mexican spot is serving up its margarita liters to-go for thirsty patron. The 1 liter bottles of margaritas include the house margarita, the orange flavored Rocco Rita, or the Cadillac Margarita made with El Mayor Anejo tequila and Grand Marnier. Order here.

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Taquiza

Grab one of Taquiza’s popular margaritas on the go. The margaritas now come in 12 ounce bottles, making it enough for three servings of the tequila filled drink, at just $16 a bottle. Order here.

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