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These very adult beverages can make the day's worries melt away. Make your own list here.
Tony's needs to change thier format, I have not been there in a Long long time. Im not into the whole religious theme, even the music has religious themes. But hey its not my restaurant, I really like Cyclone Anayas.
Thanks for the warning... I don't like those "in-your-face" type religious people and any companies that are that way, I definitely avoid...
It's Cyclone Anaya's and El Patio easily for the strongest margaritas. I am not even a fan of either establishment, but truth must be told. Way stronger than Tony's or 1308 and I love 1308.
A margarita is not a margarita if everclear is used in place of tequila and Molinas does this. They don't even warn you. Do not drink them, consider this your warning from me.
Tony's in Katy 4 Sure!!!
Do we need a separate list for Katy?
Tia Maria's on Dacoma and 290.
The wife and i enjoy Cafe Adobe's ritas very much, delicious w/a punch. We choose the restrnt at the Marq-E due to the movie theatre across the plaza.
El Patio's Blue Margarita!
That is a truly horrible margarita...
Hey, Tonys is great. I drive in from Austin to go there. Yeah, the religious stuff is outta hand.. but I don't care.. ain't my place..appreciate the heads up on some other good H town margs!
Bologne! I can't make a better margarita at home than most of these places, I start with fresh limes not margarita mix infused with HFCS.
Kona Grill has some great margaritas!
SPANISH VILLAGE! Yum.. They use a very certain lime. I'm certain that's what makes them AWESOME!
In order: Hugo's, Pico's, and Maria Selma are the tops for 'Ritas. Most of the rest don't make the cut because they 1) don't use only fresh citrus juice, 2) don't use good enough Tequila (and ONLY Tequila), 3) don't SHAKE the cocktail, and/or 4) don't get the proportions right. Using Margarita mix is like opening canned mushroom soup and trying to pass it off as homemade. If you don't shake it, don't make it; Margarita's need to be shaken over ice to properly blend the components. Mix two identical 'Ritas and taste one after stirring and the other after shaking. The shaken drink WILL taste better. As to the booze, Vodka and Everclear have no place in a Margarita. For the right flavor, use 100% blue agave White (or "Silver") Tequila. If you most get fancier, use 100% blue agave Reposado Tequila. You don't have to use a fancy brand but you do need to use the real thing. DO NOT use Anejo (too oaky) or "Gold" (too college/touristy). Finally, the classic proportions are 1/3 Tequila, 1/3 Triple sec, and 1/3 Lime juice. Get too far from this and things go south. Find a place that uses quality ingredients and follows these four rules and the 'Ritas should rock. Otherwise, you're just gettin' drunk.
El Tiempo Platinum Margaritas are the bomb. Tony's has too many homos now.
wow that was an intelligent remark
Azteca's ::::: Can't be beat for the money!!!!
Santa Fe Flats Hands down!
Escalantes have absolutely the best. Frozen out of the machine made with fresh lime juice and simple syrup. Cannot beat them anywhere.
I like the Mango Margarita's at El Jardin. And they are potent.
Dos Ritas at Ruby Tequila's are definitely the way to go. I wish I was back home in Houston so I could celebrate
I'm glad the Original Ninfa's made the list because they serve a very potent margarita made with Patron that is otc (off the chain)!!!--You have to specifically ask for it though.
Cyclone Anayas, El Tiempo, Hugo's, Selma Marias, Molina's....Worst Margarita's~El Patio (El Shitio) Blue Margarita's, Anything from Cafe Adobe, Pico's in Clear Lake (there is a reason they cost a dollar)
Los Tios... not trendy...just perfect.
2. El Real
4. Cyclone Anaya
El Imperial on 1960
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