Best Margaritas Guide – Boston

Good Mexican food in Boston you say?! The city of champions has more than just dank Italian and clam. If there are three truths of Bostons they are:

1. There will be at least one championship parade a year

2. No one who lives in the city has actually been on a duck boat tour

3. Bostonians like to drink

Yes, there are plenty of great Irish pubs and historic bars to grab a pint at in the city. However, there are just as many great spots to grab a margarita. Below is a guide to the top margs in Boston:


Located just over the Bridge in Seaport, this is one of the few spots in Boston to enjoy drinks right on the water. With a huge selection of tequila and Mexican gothic interior, Lolita is a great place to start or end the night. Also, if you are a mule fan then we highly recommend their twist on this classic drink – the Mayan Mule.

Lone Star Taco Bar

Those of you that have read the Boston burrito & taco guide know that Lone Star is serving up some of the best Mexican in the city– so it makes sense why this punk/hipster taqueria has top notch drinks. All juices are freshly squeezed and if you are looking for a kick– the Diablo packs that extra punch.

Pro tip: When the wait is long you can just go to their sister restaurant next door for a drink and bring over your drink when a spot is opened up.

Loco Taqueria

If a bar in Southie doesn’t have restored brick is it even worth going to? Loco Taqueria is part of the new wave of hip bars, as Yuppies are rapidly populating this section of the city. Whether you’re going for brunch or a late night cap Loco offers a wide range of refreshing drinks in a hip vibe.


Two words: rooftop bar. Just like Lone Star, Felipe’s is also featured on our Boston burrito & taco guide. However, Felipe’s is much more than a one-trick pony. They are one of the few rooftop bars in the city and although the view isn’t going to blow your socks off, who doesn’t enjoy drinking a quality margarita in the sun?

Article 24

Article 24 is a modern American bar/restaurant on the top and sugar skull-covered tequila bar and taqueria on the bottom. This unassuming spot located in Lower Allston offers a chill, laid-back vibe in which to enjoy over 100 different kinds of tequila and high quality bar food.

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