Here in Austin, we need Margaritas like we need water. It’s going to be a HOT summer so buckle up and get ready to cool off with a lot of margs!
Whether you like them spicy or classic, on the rocks or frozen, and salted with normal salt or chili salt we have compiled a list of the best margaritas in Austin for you to try out!
If frozen margaritas aren’t your thing, this one will be your thing. Taco Flats is home to the best spicy frozen margarita in Austin.
Infused with jalapeño these margs are sure to wake up your taste buds with a little spicy kick!
MON–THU | 10AM–10PM
FRI–SUN | 11AM–11PM
SUN–THU | 9AM–10PM
FRI & SAT | 9AM–11PM
MON & TUE | CLOSED
WED & THUR | 4PM–10PM
FRI | 2PM–12AM
SAT | 12PM–12AM
SUN | 12PM–9PM
📍 Burnet | 5520 Burnet Rd #101, Austin, TX 78756
📍 Clarksville | 1110 W Lynn St, Austin, TX 78703
📍 La Holly | 617 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78701
While the margaritas at Matt’s El Rancho are tasty I recommend going straight for their Mexican Martinis. They’re basically a glorified margarita and are sure to get the job done!
Check out our latest experience at Matt’s El Rancho!
Located on East 6th, Licha’s Cantina has one of the best spicy margaritas in Austin. They offer pitchers for $45 if you are out with a group or on a date looking to get a little tipsy!
These margs will sneak up on you so be careful not to slurp them down too fast because it sure is easy to do! El Alma is an all time favorite of ours, whether you’re there for brunch or for rooftop margs you won’t be disappointed.
These spicy margaritas are another Austin marg that is super strong so be careful. They also have an awesome classic margarita you can get frozen or on the rocks, or yummy Palomas!
The famous pink margarita! If you haven’t had the Grizz Mizz Margarita already you’ve surely seen a photo on Instagram.
Not only is this margarita beautiful but it tastes SO good. They also have a good frozen margarita as well as a tasty spicy margarita!
If you’re looking to hang out on a patio and sip a few margaritas Cyclone Anyas is your place. They offer a delicious house margarita with the option to add a flavor like strawberry, sangria, or ocean blue (pictured).
Choose between a normal or jumbo size depending on how thirsty you are!
Another Austin fav, Fresa’s Chicken has a few solid margs for you to choose between. The house marg is always a safe bet however, they also have a Cucumber Cilantro and Ancho Chile that are worth trying!
If you are interested in making your marg top-shelf you can do so for an additional $3.
Kinda, sorta, new to the block, Taquero’s margs are delicious! Our favorite is the Mango Mami, and it comes in a super vibe-y cup. It’s served as a frozen mango marg with chamoy and a tamarind candy straw.
This place is a hidden gem for sure, but they have most probably the strongest margaritas in town. We are pretty sure that’s why locals frequent this restaurant weekly, either to dine-in or take a bunch of margs to go.
We love a good marg spot that has two locations! Visit Peached Tortilla in central Austin, or their sister Bar Peached in downtown, to get a spicy marg that will change your life. They infuse their tequila, making this marg open all your senses.