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Best Margarita in Seattle

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La Casa Azul
14419 Greenwood Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98133
(206) 417-4607
lacasaazulrestaurant.com

This clean and charming little Oaxacan style restaurant has a margarita that is just the right amount citrus and tequila.  You can even order a pitcher of margarita – be careful! It’s good and strong. There’s the House Margarita, the Margarita Cadilac and Strawberry Margarita.  All $6.99/each.

El Camino 
607 North 35th Street
Seattle, WA 98103
206.632.7303
http://www.elcaminorestaurant.com

This Fremont neighborhood contemporary Mexican restaurant has outdoor patio seating, a full dining room and cozy bar.  The Margaritas are made with a fresh lemon-lime juice mixture and a hint of triple sec, but they are not too sweet. Served in a cold tumbler rimmed with kosher salt. Come during Happy Hour on weekends from 3 – 6 pm and Tuesday-Friday from 5 – 6 pm when Margaritas are just $5.00.

Ocho
2325 NW Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107
206.784.0699
http://www.ochoballard.com

Ocho’s claim to fame is there $10.00 Margarita. But it’s worth it. Their secret? El Tesoro añejo, a small-batch tequila aged one to three years in oak. Come during Happy Hour for $2.00 small plates.

Cactus
4220 East Madison
Seattle, WA 98112
206.324.4140
http://www.cactusrestaurants.com

With three current locations in Madison Park, Kirkland and West Seattle, and a fourth opening this summer in Amazon.com’s new headquarters at South Lake Union, there’s lots for Cactus to celebrate. A smooth and delightful Margarita, Cactus’ concoction has a Pétron orange liqueur with Sauza Gold tequila. Enjoy their Happy Hour available until 6pm Monday – Friday and on the weekends, from 3:00pm – 5:00pm. Casa Margaritas are $5.00, and Cactus Margaritas are $5.75. “Like” their Facebook page, and get free salt with your next drink.

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