One margarita, two margaritas, three margaritas, try some more!

Margarita Madness is finally here! For the whole month of March, you can enjoy margaritas from different restaurants all over Port Aransas. Try a classic or find a funky new favorite, with thirty-one days there's time to try them all.

Add a little spice

Each restaurant participating in Margarita Madness has put its own unique twist on the typical margarita. For those who like a little heat to thier margarita try the Hot & Prickly from MacDaddy's Family Kitchen. Crafted with Texas prickly pear, agave nectar, freshly squeezed lime juice, fresh jalapeno, Patron Blanco, and a splash of Grand Marnier, it's a fiery favorite that never disappoints. For a sweet heat try the Strawberry Jalapeño Margarita from FINS Grill & Icehouse, which features crushed strawberries, freshly sliced jalapeños, and tequila, served over ice with a sugared rim and garnished with a lime wedge. Black Marlin Bar & Grill's Pineapple Jalapeño Margarita is a drink with lots of personality and flavor that is perfect for the beach!

Fruity and fabulous 

Find a fruity margarita that will transport you to a tropical getaway, and give your mouth its own vacation! Try the Dragonfruit Margarita from Castaways Seafood & Grill. This is a delicious PATRON-based margarita with fresh mint and muddled red dragonfruit. Not only is this a beautiful cocktail but a delicious one. Not a fan of tequila? Trout Street Bar and Grill is offering a vodkarita. The Strawberry Pica VodkaRita has chili pepper vodka, Giffard triple sec, agave, lime juice, strawberry puree, and a tajin rim. This is one fruity fusion you won't forget. Roosevelt's at the Tarpon Inn is serving up a delicious mango margarita. This fruity drink is a tasty treat to help you cool off after a day on the beach. The signature prickly pear margarita at BierHaus is special for a reason—not only does their staff hand pick the prickly pears, they also ensure that no artificial flavors or colors are added into their mix.

Less is More

Sometimes less is more, you can't go wrong with a classic margarita. At Tortuga's Saltwater Grill try the Loggerhead Margarita. This margarita is simple yet elevated, the perfect balance of tradition and quality. Your preferred tequila and triple sec are expertly shaken with freshly squeezed lime juice, orange juice, and their house sweet and sour mix. Seafood & Spaghetti Works is serving up Paula’s Premium, which is a classic you won’t soon forget. The tajin rim adds even more pizzazz! Lisabella's Bistro And Bar is offering up a skinny margarita named after Audrey Hepburn! Made with El Jimador silver, cointreau, soda, and lime juice.