The 9 Best Places for Margaritas in Massachusetts!
Who doesn’t love a tangy, cold margarita? Whether you’re celebrating a special event or simply reveling the end of the work week, there’s little else that feels as celebratory and refreshing. Do you like yours rimmed with salt? Frozen versus shaken? No matter how you like your margaritas, the following places in the Bay State will serve you the best around.
An “upscale casual Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar,” the Painted Burro makes a might margarita. With more than 100 tequila options from which to choose, you simply can’t go wrong when stopping in for a drink.
The bar at El Centro Mexican Restaurant has an impressive selection of beer, but they make an even more impressive margarita. Stop in after work for one or two, and be sure to sample the nachos while you’re sipping. Find locations in the South End, Brookline, Belmont, and Dedham.
Featuring California-Mexican cuisine, Ole’ mixes up magnificent margaritas. Some are even made with tequila’s cousin, mescal. While both liquors are made from agave, tequila is made solely from blue agave, while mescal is made with several different kinds of agave. Try a margarita made with mescal. Maybe you’ll find your new favorite drink!
Located in the famous Faneuil Hall Marketplace. MIJA Cantina & Tequila Bar features the largest tequila selection in all of Massachusetts. While some tequilas—called mixtos—are actually 51 percent tequila with sugar and water added in, MIJA has tequila that is 100 percent blue agave. Prepare for a potent—and potentially primo—margarita!
Whether you like your margarita classic or spicy, Casa Vallarta will serve one you’re certain to enjoy. Family owned and operated, it’s well worth ordering a bite to eat while you enjoy your beverage, too. Find locations in Northborough, Brockton, Falmouth, and Saugus.
Locally owned, Frontera Grill is known for its Blue Moon Margarita. Made with Premium Jimador Plata Tequila, lime juice, Cointreau, and triple sec, it is hand shaken with a bit of Blue Curacoa poured on top. It’s as pretty to look at as it is refreshing and delicious to drink!
Locally owned and operated for 20 years, La Tapatia Taqueria is the perfect place to grab a taco and a margarita. The atmosphere makes it a comfortable spot to unwind after a long day and dream of Mexican beaches while indulging in a margarita or two.
Patrons flock to Fiesta Mexican Restaurant for the food, and they love the margaritas here, too. Big, colorful, and served creatively, they’re as much a sight to behold as they are thirst quenchers. Find locations in Somerset, East Bridgewater, Norton, and Dartmouth.
Family owned and operated, Rancho Chico features a colorful dining room and a comfortable, friendly bar. It’s at the bar that locals gather for Plainville’s best margaritas. Choose from one of a dozen options, made from your choice of 30 different tequilas.