Head to Caldera in Hackney, where you can enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless margaritas or prosecco, alongside any taco dish of your choice. Think baja-style fish, grilled king prawns and ribeye steak with chargrilled tomato salsa, all for just £32 per person.
Where To Drink The Best Margaritas In London
Whether it's a warm summer's day or frosty winter night, there's never (and we mean never) a bad time for a margarita. Quite possibly the perfect intersection of refreshing drink and sharp party beverage, you can get them frozen, fruity, mixed with mezcal, rimmed with chilli salt... you name it. After London's finest bars for the classic? Known for your obsession with Tajin? Consult our list of the best margaritas bars in London. A list you can truly count on.
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Barrio is packed with colourful wooden interiors, quirky objects, and a basement bar that comes alive once the DJ kicks off. But if you're looking for where to drink margaritas in London, wait for their Amigo Hour and you can get the delicious tequila tipple at an amazing discount.
Get ready to sip, savour and celebrate Margarita Month at Golden Bee. Whether you like yours shaken, stirred or frozen, spice up your life with a fiesta dedicated to this salty tipple, promising a massive menu of variations for every taste like citrus, coconut and classic Patron. Head down anytime from 16th February to 14th March and nab £11 margs all month long.
Like your margaritas frozen for an extra refreshing hit? Head to DF Tacos in the heart of Brick Lane or over to their Brixton restaurant for tasty, affordable drinks to enjoy alongside an extensive menu of Mexican treats, including classics such as burritos and tacos. Our margarita recommendation? Their sweet but simple berry and hibiscus mix at £29,90 for a 1l jug.
When it comes to margarita quaffing, Someday is a top choice. This Art-Deco-themed venue is flaunting some fabulous (and budget-friendly sips), including a house classic or a pina colada twist made from coconut, pineapple, like and agave. Hungry? There's Mexican food for that.
What may just look like your typical Breakfast Club harbours a fun little secret: find a mysterious fridge and you'll be led down to the Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town, a secret speakeasy bursting at the seams with character and cocktails. Once you're comfortably seated, order in a margarita and let the fun times roll in.
Get on down to Brixton Village or Loughborough Junction and discover Jalisco, a Mexican restaurant with a penchant for margaritas. Make your way over to guzzle tequila-based sips laced with flavours like tamarind, hibiscus juice and passionfruit.
If you fancy a top-notch margarita, then The Piano Works is a top choice. With venues in the West End and Farringdon, this is the perfect place to enjoy bottomless brunch with unlimited cocktails with pals, along with some of the best live music in the city.
Craving a bit of tequila? Head over to Voodoo Rays in Peckham for show-stopping cocktails. Their frozen margarita is especially refreshing, alongside mouthwatering wings, crispy onion rings and scrumptious slices of pizza. Equally delish, the lagerita is topped with draught beer as well.
Sure, margaritas are great, but margaritas in a gorgeous, floral-draped rooftop bar in the City are even better. When you're not admiring the views and the triking interiors of this rooftop terrace, snoop at the cocktail menu, where their Alma drink is a unique take on the classic with Casamigos Blanco and hibiscus served in a coupette.
Looking for the best margaritas in South London? The Last Talisman's Nemesis offering comes complete with Reposado tequila, mezcal, habanero, ginger, vanilla sugar and worm salt (just maybe don't Google what this actually is). When you're done admiring the drinks? Take in a menu of Pan-Asian sharers and bao buns.
So well-known for their margaritas and love of tequila, The Star of Bethnal Green tends to throw whole festivals dedicated to the spirit. Head on down to enjoy their plush interiors, affordable drinks and roster of exciting events or live music.
Did somebody say unlimited margaritas? Get on down to La Fiesta Bottomless Brunch at Tequila Mockingbird Charing Cross and Wimbledon and you'll get to guzzle 90 minutes of free-flowing tipples. But that's not all, as you can also expect burlesque dancing, party games and tasty pizza.
A margarita heaven nestled in St John's Hill, Cheeky Chico's is a vibrant Mexican fusion restaurant serving up the best spicy tequila delights in town. From mezcalita to picante and noche de chicas, their margarita variations are served in a glass or a shared pitcher on the rocks with four times the amount of a single cocktail. Yes, yes, and yes.
Salvador and Amanda captures the flame and sass of Spanish culture, with its atmospheric, candlelit tables, broody leather seats and commitment to a fiesta. Alongside partying and delicious tapas dishes, they also have a cocktail menu brimming with amazing margaritas.
It's safe to say that the agave specialists at Hacha know a thing or two about margaritas. Not only is their colourless Mirror Margarita a celebration of innovation in crystal clear form, but it's damn tasty too. If that's not enough, then there's mezcal spritzes, Champagne Palomas and much more. Find them in both Shoreditch and Dalston.
Not only a great pick for whisky and poitin, The Sun Tavern is also coming up top in the tequila stakes. This year's special, the Acid King, combines Ocho blanco tequila which is combined with verjus, strawberry and coconut before pouring over a giant ice cube.
Wondering what goes on behind that X-rated neon sign in Soho? Now's the time to find out. Check out La Bodega Negra (a central restaurant staple) for a menu of stunning cocktails and Latin American fare in sexy, low-lit surroundings, celebrating by punters looking for a great time at a relatively secret spot.