There’s no shortage of awesome margs in the ATL, so we’ve curated the ultimate margarita bucket-list
Nothing beats a margarita, so we thought we’d round up our favorite spots to order the beloved cocktail in the ATL. From frozen fruity iterations, to the best classic margaritas, keep scrolling for some incredible safe havens for tequila lovers in the ATL. All of these spots were recommended to us by our follower’s on Instagram. Make sure to follow us and your favorite restaurant or bar might make the next round-up!
1. Guac Y Margys
Where: Inman Park & Midtown
Guac Y Margys has solidified itself as the go-to spot on the BeltLine for a creative (and seasonal) margarita selection. Now with two locations, the only way is up for one of Atlanta’s beloved LGBTQ+ owned businesses.
2. El Rey Del Pastor
The sister taqueria of El Rey Del Taco, make sure you check out El Rey Del Pastor for even more taco magic, and killer margaritas.
3. Casi Cielo
Where: Sandy Springs
An awesome addition to Sandy Springs’ culinary scene, Casi Cielo serves up a Mexican affair in Oaxacan-style. So you can expect the margaritas to be the bomb. We suggest trying out their La Llorona, for a spicy twist on the cocktail staple.
The margaritas at Botica come in a range of flavors, available on the rocks or frozen. Flavors include mango, pineapple, watermelon, and more!
5. Chido & Padre’s
This margarita hotspot is one of our favorite Mexican restaurants in Atlanta. Enjoy your fruity margaritas alongside one of their shareable plates. We recommend the Queso Blanco with chips, but make sure to add braised beef barbacoa.
6. Politan Row
Colony Square’s brand new food hall is also an incredible place to unwind and enjoy some drinks, especially their margarita. To find out more about all the vendors at this luxury food hall, click here.
7. Pollo Supremo
Where: East Atlanta
The Supremo-Rita at Pollo Supremo will brighten up any day. With different flavors on offer, you can customize your margarita to match your chicken feast at this Mexican and So-Cal fusion eatery.
Where: Westside, and more
For unique takes on the margarita, make sure you check out Bartaco. They continuously come up with special iterations and seasonal specials of the tequila favorite.
9. Red Pepper Taqueria
Where: Buckhead, and more
People love the weekend brunch at Red Pepper Taqueria, but they always return for their addictive margs. The OG is undisputedly awesome, but you can’t leave without trying a fruity margarita!