Jimmy Buffett would have approved. The man who immortalized the “that frozen concoction that helps me hang on” would have appreciated knowing where to get the best of the best. Well hang on, and raise your glass. And Cheers to 11 great places to grab a margarita in Boston. There are so many fantastic spots to get margaritas in the greater Boston area. Whatever season and whatever reason, a well made marg is good anytime of year. It can warm you up and take you away to tropical places on a chilly day. It can cool you down on a hot day. They come spicy, savory, sweet, salty, and in a variety of fun glasses. A margarita is, without doubt, one of the most festive cocktails. So, stop searching for your “lost shaker of salt” and head out to one of these places known for their margaritas.
I don’t know about you, but I prefer mine on the rocks with a salt rim in a traditional margarita glass. But hey, I’m always up for an adventure. I have been to several of the places listed below. And I’m banking on the reviewers on google searches, personal experience, Foursquare and Yelp reviews to help out with this important research. Feel free to share where you go for the best margaritas in town. Rule of thumb, get the good tequila, especially with the first margarita. After one, you may not notice the difference. So, without further ado, cheer to 11 great places to grab a margarita in Boston!
According to cointreau.com, the margarita was invented when a Dallas socialite by the name of Margarita Sames mixed her two favorite spirits. She combined Cointreau and tequila with lime juice while vacationing in Acapulco back in 1948. This original Margarita recipe with triple sec has stood the test of time for over 75 years. Of course, you can also use Triple Sec or Grand Marnier in the recipe for a traditional margarita. But why not expand your horizons, get crazy and go to one of these awesome spots for margs.