Best Margaritas in Chicago
We brought you our best margaritas in Chicago, but there are plenty of other lists.
Check out this list of the best margaritas in Chicago(Chicagoist.com):
The 10 Best Margaritas In Chicago
A good margarita shouldn’t be hard to make and yet at taquerias and restaurants across Chicago we’ve either been bombarded with margaritas that rely too heavy on pre-mix, are too salty, or make one’s mouth pucker to the point where your face will freeze that way.
Following are 10 margaritas that rise above the sweet tart pucker norm across Chicago. Mark ’em down and start sampling; the weather is perfect for it.
Adobo is a good place to get food and sit and pass the time while waiting to see some comedy at Second City. It’s also a really good place to be if you like tequila. And I really do. The Adobo margarita is well crafted, and can become a real thing of beauty if you go exploring the extensive list of anejos and reposados. Any time I’ve gone I’ve found myself in good hands when wanting to explore the world of tequila. You can also add a mezcal floater to your margarita for a bit of a smoky twist. And if you’re feeling saucy after a few margaritas, try out the Corazon de Sangria with its fresh watermelon juice, great for a hot summer evening. —Marielle Shaw
Adobo Grill Old Town is at 1610 N. Wells St.