Where are the Best Margaritas in Sarasota?

Finding the right margarita is a great way to celebrate many occasions, even just a Tuesday. This popular drink can be made in a number of varieties and Sarasota has quite a few places to get an excellent margarita. Here are just a few of the best choices.

Jack Dusty at The Ritz-Carlton - 1111 Ritz Carlton Drive, Sarasota

Maybe not the most traditional margarita, but certainly worth a try, the margarita at Jack Dusty's come with a pink look. The color come from a liqueur called Casoni, which is used to turn the drink pink. This liqueur also gives it a very interesting flavor.

State Street Eating House - 1533 State Street, Sarasota

They use barrel-aged, in-house tequila here and it's delicious. You won't find anything else like the margaritas at the State Street Eating House. The fresh lime juice helps make these drinks even better and the Bauchant orange liqueur is far better than the traditional Triple Sec. Of course, what really makes the drink is the secret simple syrup they make from a peach salt.

Mi Pueblos - 8405 Tuttle Avenue, Sarasota

If you love variety, Mi Pueblos is your place. They have ten different choices ranging from margaritas made with cranberry juice to some with mint leaves. They also use powdered sugar on some of them. You can try a different one every day of the week and never get bored.

The Old Salty Dog - 1601 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota

The margaritas are pretty traditional here, but you won't find a better atmosphere in the area. You can enjoy a classic margarita with a Grand Marnier floater, while you enjoy the beautiful sunshine and the ocean breeze.

These are just a few spots to get a great margarita in Sarasota. However, if you crave the best, these are the places you want to go.

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