Delicia Mexican Grill is best known for its fresh ingredients and fruity margaritas. The menu features new items daily, so this is sure to become a staple you’ll return to again and again. Your margarita selection includes several sweet treats including Strawberry Delight, Just Peachy, and Mucho Mango. The De La Casa Margarita is the most traditional option, made with Frida Kahlo tequila, triple sec, and fresh lime juice.
Antique Taco offers a distinctive blend of Mexican food with Midwestern traditions. The charming restaurant gives a quaint twist to nearly everything they do, from its picturesque dining room to its distinctive drinks. The house Rosemary Margarita features orange juice, lime juice, rosemary simple syrup, and fresh rosemary for an unusual take on a Mexican classic. You can also try the seasonal margarita, which offers a twist that’s perfectly suited to the time of year. Pair your margarita with filling mains like chili cheese curds, sloppy joe empanadas, or smoked chicken enchiladas.
3. Big Star 1531 N Damen, Chicago 41 miles from Springs at Orchard Road
The Big Star margarita is large on flavor, just like everything at this Chicago favorite. You’ll enjoy flavorful touches of Vida Mezcal, Lunazul Blanco, lime, and Marie Brizard Orange Curaco. If you prefer something more traditional, you’ll find classic margaritas on the menu as well, available by the glass or the pitcher. Stop by the Big Star Taco Bar to build the perfect pairing for your drink, and with options like pork shoulder, pork belly, chicken, mushrooms, spicy potatoes, and fish to fill your taco, there’s something available that’s sure to suit any taste.
4. Cesars 2924 N Broadway, Chicago 42 miles from Springs at Weber Road
Cesars bills itself as the “Home of the Killer Margaritas,” so you know your drinks here will be excellent. Killer margaritas are served frozen or on the rocks with your choice of salt, chile salt, or sugar on the rim. The diverse menu of flavors includes mango, peach, guava, banana, raspberry, strawberry, watermelon, lime, and more. You’ll find plenty on the menu to accompany your margarita, as options range from the Costillas en Salsa Verde with a half slab of baby back ribs, to the lean Pollo Azteca.
What’s your favorite place to get a margarita in Chicagoland? Let our Springs at Orchard Road and Springs at Weber Road residents know in the comments below!