Salt, No Salt, Frozen Or On The Rocks?

Why should you celebrate National Margarita Day? 1. The sun is shining. 2. Do you really need a reason to indulge in this classic cocktail? Here are some of our top margarita picks – from classic to new twists – on The Strip.


The place: Asia De Cuba Bar (ADCB)
The specialty: Lemongrass Lychee Margarita. Milagro tequila, orange liqueur, lemongrass syrup and lime juice. ($14)


The place: Cabo Cantina
The specialty: The T.J. Classic. Jose Cuervo tequila, triple sec, orange juice, sweet and sour and fresh lime juice. Two-for-one prices from 4-8 p.m.


The place: The Den
The specialty: The Siesta. Antiguo Blanco, St. Germaine, grapefruit and lime juice, served on the rocks ($10).


The place: The Eveleigh
The specialty: Poor Carlito. Milagro tequila with fresh lime juice, honey, light smoke sea salt, served on the rocks ($12).


The place: Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood
The specialty: Partida Margarita. Partida Plata tequila, fresh lime juice and agave nectar served on the rocks. ($10.20)


The place: Isla Cantina
The specialty: Islarita. Signature margarita with tequila, acai berries and triple sec ($10). Plus, an extensive tequila menu.


The place: The Olive Kitchen + Bar
The specialty: Watermelon margarita. Antiguo blanco tequila with fresh watermelon, Cointreau and lime juice, dusted with a fennel salt rim ($13). Happy hour from 4-7 p.m.


The place: RH Bar at Andaz
The specialty: Ginger Mariachi. Corzo silver, Domaine de Canton, jalapeno, cucumber, tomato juice, lime juice and salt and pepper ($13). Enjoy complimentary bar bites with the drink from 5-7 p.m.


The place: The Standard, Hollywood
The specialty: Diva. Patron Silver tequila, pomegranate juice and lemonade ($12).

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