Vote for your favorite margarita in Austin

This may be the readers’ poll that everyone has been waiting for.

The Sotol Margarita brings out the grassy nature of the agave-based spirit. It's slightly less sweet than a traditional margarita, and was served as part of the experimental Mixology Wednesday series at El Monumento in Georgetown. Emma Janzen/American-Statesman
Emma Janzen/American-Statesman

After naming Austin’s favorite guacamole, Austin’s favorite queso and Austin’s favorite place to grab a beer, it’s finally time to name Austin’s favorite margarita.

Will it be the house margaritas from Austin’s Tex-Mex institutions like Z’Tejas or Matt’s Famous El Rancho? Or will one of the more exotic newcomers like Azul Tequila’s Chamoy margarita or Licha’s Cantina’s watermelon margarita be crowned Austin’s favorite?

Consider your vote carefully and then share it with all your margarita-loving friends. Once all the results are in, we’ll create an interactive guide to lead you to all of Austins’ favorite margaritas.

Lastly, don’t forget to show us what you’re drinking by adding #austin360drinks to your photos on social media.

For more of Austin’s favorites, make sure to check out our past Readers’ Picks guides.

Readers’ Picks: Austin’s favorite places to grab a beer

Photo by Mark Matson
Photo by Mark Matson

To put it simply, our Readers’ Poll for Austin’s favorite places to grab a beer exploded. With over 10,000 votes in a little over a week, it was by far our most popular with readers chiming in to vote on their most-loved brewpubs, taprooms and sports bars in the Austin area. Over a dozen places received more than a hundred votes each, but no place received more votes than our winner, Cover 3 sports bar. Click through for the full guide to readers’ favorite places to grab a beer in the Austin area.

And stay tuned for our next Readers’ Picks poll.

 

Help us find Austin’s favorite place to grab a beer

We need your help, Austin: Where is your favorite place to grab a cold one? Is it because of the craft beer selection? The sheer number of beers on tap? The rotating specials? The dog-friendly patio? The snacks? The ease of parking? The jukebox?

Photo by Mark Matson
Photo by Mark Matson

We want you — the beer-drinking reader — to decide. Vote in our poll below and we’ll use your answers to make an interactive map and guide ranking readers’ favorite places to grab a beer. Use the comments to tell us why you voted.