Guys! It’s National Margarita Day!! Even thought this holiday should be common knowledge, you must celebrate it because we in Southern California have such great venues to get margaritas and participate in this holiday. But, where should you go? Here’s a quick and easy to digest breakdown of where you should get a margarita based on the kind of margarita drinker you are.
For The Person Who Wants A Good, No Bells And Whistles, Margarita
For The Person Who Wants Some Bells And Whistles–But Still A Good Margarita
El Compadre, who serve classic margaritas…that are literally on fire.
For The Person Who Is Really, Really Serious About This Holiday
El Carmen, who are having a celebration of the holiday tonight.
For The Manly Margarita
The Tasting Kitchen
For The Person Who Doesn’t Care About A Margarita But Wants To Hook-Up With A WeHo Pretty Boy
For The Person Who Doesn’t Care About A Margarita But Wants To Hook-Up With A Sleazy Hollywood Type
For The Non-Traditional Margarita Drinker
Las Perlas, where you have to get the Spicy Margarita.
For The Fanciest Margarita In Town
For The Person Who Wants A Trendy Margarita
For The Person Who Wants A Not Trendy And Delicious Margarita Just Blocks From Malo
Casita Del Campo
For The Person Who Wants A Margarita Served By A Nice Beefy Hunk
Marix Tex Mex, specifically the bar area.
For The Person Rushing Back From The Valley To The City Who Needs A Good Margarita ASAP
For The Person Who Wants A Low Key Margarita
The Mission Cantina
For The Person Who Thinks They Are Just SoooOoOoOooooooOOo CoooOoOooOOoOL On La Cienega That Wants A Margarita
The Spanish Kitchen
For Those Who Just Don’t Give A Shit
For Those Who Give Even Less Of A Shit And Want To Drink At Home
• The juice of 2.5 limes
• Two shots of tequila
• A half shot of triple sec
• A splash of orange juice
Shake and serve on rocks in a salted glass. Drink while watching an episode of Hoarders, petting your dogs, and writing articles for Los Angeles, I’m Yours–err–returning e-mails.