Definition of margarita
: a cocktail consisting of tequila, lime or lemon juice, and an orange-flavored liqueur
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Before the movie begins at 9 p.m.,enjoy local bands and bites from local food trucks and beer, wineand canned margaritas are available at Crown Center Square.
In those days, eight or ten margaritas would have gotten me through the mortifying night.
The event will also include live music, a tequila expo, a margarita tent, a Chihuahua beauty pageant with dogs from a local animal shelter, lucha libre wrestling and a hot chili-pepper-eating contest.
Frozen margaritas are $8.95 for 16 ounces and $10.95 for 20 ounces.
Let’s make that happen, one margarita or fried egg or pasta dish at a time.
This Capitol Hill tequila bar gives the strawberry margarita a sophisticated tweak by adding some herbaceous notes with a float of Chartreuse and some basil to cut into the sweetness and give it a nice zing.
Cocktails include a barrel-aged old fashioned, the signature Empire Sunset (made with rum, vodka and citrus) and carafe cocktails, including a pineapple-jalapeno margarita and Prohibition Punch.
Other places honored: ▪ Best combination of mountains and margaritas: Santa Fe, N.M. ▪ Best blend of sunshine, food and beaches: San Luis Obispo, Calif.
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Origin and Etymology of margarita
from the Spanish feminine name Margarita
First Known Use: 1956See Words from the same year
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