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If you are looking for the top spots to grab a refreshing margarita, we have just the plan for you.  As you enjoy the sandy beaches and ocean breezes just steps away from Bay View on the Boardwalk, you for sure are ready for a refreshing drink.  We did the leg work for you, head to one of these four Grand Strand establishments known for doing the ’rita right:

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville — Located at the Broadway at the Beach shopping/dining/entertainment complex, this laid-back eatery founded by the beach- and boat-loving crooner identified in its name serves up a selection “Burgers in Paradise” — including ones “with lettuce and tomato, Heinz 57 and French fried potatoes,” sandwiches, salads, and heavier entrees like fajitas, seafood, ribs and steak. In the margarita department, the restaurant’s name and the way-larger-than-life giant blender (and the frozen concoction it will render) show what a big attraction the drinks are here. The margarita menu’s lineup includes the Perfect Margarita with Margaritaville Gold and Silver Tequila, triple sec, Bols Orange Curaçao and lime juice; the Uptown Top Shelf Margarita with Jose Cuervo Gold Tequila, Cointreau Orange Liqueur and a house margarita blend, all topped with a Gran Gala Orange Liqueur float; and the Last Mango in Paris with Margaritaville Last Mango Tequila, Cointreau Orange Liqueur, cranberry juice and a house margarita blend — just to name a few. Fruity variations include the Watermelon Margarita, the Blueberry Pomegranate Margarita and the Tropical Fruit Margarita. See ’em all at https://www.margaritavillemyrtlebeach.com/

ART Burger Sushi Bar — This charming, locally owned cafe in downtown Myrtle Beach delivers beauty at every turn — it boasts sweeping oceanfront views and doubles as an art gallery spotlighting the works of local artists. The diverse menu here features a range of creative sushi rolls and a long list of thick, juicy artisan burgers, most with art world-inspired names. The bar here serves up sake, wines, beers and a range of specialty cocktails that includes just one margarita option — but it’s definitely worth seeking out. Called the Sweet Heat Margarita, it features Jose Cuervo Gold Tequila, Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur, organic agave syrup, muddled blueberries and sweet & sour mix. Take in the full ART Burger Sushi Bar menu at https://artsushibar.com/

Fiesta Mexicana – Boasting a menu filled with authentic Mexican flavors and creative twists dreamed up by chef Gabriel Hernandez, this family owned and operated restaurant off North Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach puts its focus on fresh Mexican fare. And, of course, when guests are looking to wet their whistles, a full bar serving an array of drinks is also available to wash all of these tempting treats down with. Popular drink favorites include margaritas, mojitos and chamoyadas, plus an impressive selection of tequilas. The wide-ranging margarita variations available here include traditional margaritas, tropical margaritas (available in mango, pineapple, black cherry, strawberry, peach and more), the Margarona (with a small-sized Corona inserted upside-down), the Cadillac Margarita (with Grand Marnier added), the Jalapeñorita and more. Check out all the food and drink options at https://fiestamexicanacantina.com/

Abuelo’s — Found at Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach, this eatery is part of a national chain sporting the tagline “America’s #1 Mexican Restaurant” that started in Texas and now serves 13 states. The menu features a range of delicious, made-from-scratch Mexican favorites like enchiladas, chimichangas, fajitas, burritos and Mexico City-style tacos (which are offered with both traditional fillings and more unique ones like brisket, firecracker shrimp and sea bass). The specialty drink lineup includes sangrias, mojitos, and a range of margarita offerings like traditional margaritas, agave margaritas, cerveza ritas, sangria-margarita swirls, and fruit margaritas with choices including raspberry, strawberry, mango and peach. Check out all the Abuelo’s signature drinks at https://www.abuelos.com/restaurants/myrtle-beach/

So many great choices, and of course, taking a stroll down the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk with is steps outside the resort, you will find many other options too.

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