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Spring Cocktail Recipe: The Tacolicious Margarita

Spring Cocktail Recipe: The Tacolicious Margarita

Posted by Kristina Hjelsand on 28 Mar 2013

Posted by Kristina Hjelsand on 28 Mar 2013

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San Francisco Bay Area food lovers have vociferous opinions about Mexican food, and while there will never be consensus on who makes the best burrito, we know from experience that local favorite Tacolicious serves up a mean margarita. For Evernote’s Spring Made Simple series, the Bay Area restaurant (which now has several locations, including two in San Francisco and a new one in Palo Alto) kindly shared several recipes with the Evernote Food team for making their margaritas at home.

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Photo credit: Tacolicious

Beverage Director Mike Barrow also took the time to answer our Q&A about what elevates a margarita from good to great. (Bonus tip for Evernote Food users: search within the app’s Explore Recipes section to discover a myriad of margarita recipes.).

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