Best margarita in Grayton or Seagrove !

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  1. Kurt Lischka

    Kurt Lischka Admin Staff Member

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    Joe is dead on, as usual.
     
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    RiverOtter got any pics?

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    Sounds like he's had lots of experience :wink:
     
  3. Uncle Timmy

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    Personally, I have found that the size of the Margarita will directly effect my judgement as to the quality. I like the ones at Cocos, but let me add that Cocos has some very LARGE margaritas.
     
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    I just want to say any margarita will do as long as I'm at the beach!!!! :lol: :lol:
     
  5. Teresa

    Teresa SoWal Guide Staff Member

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    oh, i realize that many locals prefer the fancy smancy mexican food at Luna's. My pals and I prefer the good basic mexican food at Coco's and the really nice amigos who work there. Did I mention big ass margaritas?
     
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    graytonrbust Beach Lover

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    BLOCK PARTY????

    When and where......that sounds like the old days, I remember the block parties that were held at the corner in front of the store (now the Red bar).
    SOOOO much Fun.
    Hope to be there.

    [​IMG]
     
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    seagrovechick Beach Comber

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    Certainly didn't mean to offend you Coco's loyalists. I simply wanted to offer a different perspective. And as an ex-Texan and Mexico vacationer, I am confident in my ability to discern good Mexican fare. I will say it drives me crazy when businesses close during the off season (or for the afternoon when their owners feel like surfing). However, I've come to accept that if I want to live here and support local business owners, it's just something I have to deal with. For what it's worth...
     
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    30A Skunkape Mr. Small Box

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    An ancient but worthwhile thread to bring back. I think Coco's is now Los Ranchero's after it was Jambone? I wonder who has best margaritas now? I vote for Diego's in PCB:D
     
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  9. Teresa

    Teresa SoWal Guide Staff Member

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    I miss the giant double margaritas at Cocos. However I had a large frozen margarita straight out of the machine at Red Fish Taco yesterday for lunch. And it was delicious. Refreshing. And trust me.. You only need one.
     
  10. ShallowsNole

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    Los Ranchero's (formerly CoCo's) has very tasty and adequately strong margaritas. Most deadly margarita, though, at least for me is Red Bar. Maybe it's because I've usually been sipping/gulping something else before I get there, but twice I've had two Red Bar margaritas to finish off a beach afternoon and twice I've had to arrange a ride home and some hot tea.
     
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    The Red Bar margarita is indeed a potent cocktail!
     
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    I have to agree with this and have been in the same boat on several occasions.
    ME: But honey I only had 2 drinks.
    HUBBY: Theres NO WAY you got this drunk off 2 drinks.
    ME: Ask naenae..She only fixed me 2 drinks AND I got out of there for$20 with tip.
    :drink2:
     
  13. ShallowsNole

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    Red Bar margaritas are why my buddy Donna and I call each other "sisra." I posted a picture of us on Facebook and instead of Sista, we sobered up the next day and saw "Sisra." So forever Sisra it is.
     
  14. Garner

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    It's not a Margarita, but the Pina Colada at Chanticleer is unbelievable. They make it with ice cream. So, it's effectively a heavily spiked milkshake.
     

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