Here at Secret Manchester, we like to consider ourselves connoisseurs of a good Margarita – there’s nothing about the heavenly mix of tequila, triple sec, and lime juice that we don’t love. We’re also always keen to sample the best Manchester has to offer, so here’s our rundown of the best margs in manchester to help you celebrate this February 22, AKA National Daisy Day!

1. Ramona and the Firehouse

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Being a Margarita bar by nature of course ramona knows how to make a good marg. His wild natural liquor bar is inspired by Latin American drinks like tequila, mezcal, pisco and cachaca, and they are passionate about good food and drink. If you come, it might be a good idea to cover your stomach first with something from Ramona’s indulgent stone oven pizzas: they are amazing!

Ramona and The Firehouse, 40 Swan St, Manchester, M4 5JG.

2. Crazy Pedro

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Crazy Ped’s is always an option when it comes to casual margs with partners, and always complies. With many of their Margs frozen, Crazy Pedro’s is particularly good in the summer, but it’s also a treat any time of year to pair with an eccentric pizza creation. Ped’s also does a tommy daisywith added agave, and a twist on the classic with a mezcal margarita, keeping it classic with a fit or two. Whether you’re a purist and prefer a classic frozen margarita, or willing to try Strawberry, Woo Woo or Twista flavor, there’s something for everyone.

Crazy Pedro’s, 55-57 Bridge Street, Manchester, M3 3BQ | 1 Short Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 1AA.

3. Pico Tacos

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A favorite in both mackie mayor and sister food hall Altrincham Market, spike heels does the street food style of Margaritas. The batch-made Margs are poured from a slush machine, making sure you get the perfect icy mix on tap every time, with a beautiful garnish and salt rim. Then you can kick back, relax and enjoy the social atmosphere of the food hall with friends.

Pico’s Tacos, Mackie Mayor, 1 Eagle Street, Manchester, M4 5BU | Altrincham Market, Greenwood St, Altrincham, WA14 1SA.

4. The Bombs

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with a relaxed atmosphere and a large selection of tapas dishes, The bombs invites guests to explore Latin American cuisine, ranging from Colombian and Mexican, to Peruvian and Brazilian, with a passion fruit margarita die for. Las Bombas prides itself on providing Latin American experiences for the masses and is perfect for celebrating National Margarita Day.

The Pumps, 597-599 Liverpool Rd, Irlam, Manchester, M44 5BE.

5. Cuban Revolution

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Often synonymous with rum cocktails due to its Cuban roots, Cuban revolution he actually makes a very good Margarita. She is a classic, and they do it very well. Rev de Cuba also offers an intriguing Shooting that lovers of Marg might want to dabble in: the strawberry daisy. They describe it as “fresh, sweet, yet deliciously strong. The perfect start to the party”, and National Margarita Day is the perfect time to experience it in Manchester!

Cuban Revolution, 11 Peter St, Manchester, M2 5QR.

6. Liquor and burn

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A real favorite when it comes to food and drink in Manchester, liquor and burn offers 2-4-1 Margaritas all day every day! They also have an impressive variety of Margs to choose from, with their classic and tommy margsto frozen marls in five different flavors, as well as their unique concoction: the lagerite! If you can’t guess, the Lagerita combines classic Margarita ingredients with a tapa of lager, giving a long, bubbly twist to the staple Mexican cocktail. And what is more, the vibes are impeccable at Liquor & Burn.

Liquor & Burn, 100-102 High St, Manchester, M4 1HP.

7. Miami Ice, Hatch

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Inspired by a Miami beach bar miami ice is a great addition to the now beloved Hatch, situated under the Mancunian Trail. The vibes at Hatch are great, with a indoor-outdoor food hall feel, and a couple of Miami Ice Margs really round out the experience. Particularly satisfying as a drink on a sunny day, sipping a cocktail on a picnic bench in the middle of a city feels like a noveltywhich honestly never goes away, and the Miami Ice Margaritas are seriously delicious.

Miami Ice, Hatch, Oxford Rd, Manchester, M1 7ED.


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