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Dallas needs some Margarita help...

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Dallas needs some Margarita help...

DarnellErwinFletcher | Apr 1, 2010 08:38 AM

Dear Dallas Mexican Restaurant Owners,

Can we please improve the margartias in this town? Now maybe I don't speak for everyone here, but anyone who has drank their fair share of margaritas in/around First/South Congress in Austin knows of what I speak...

Dallas margaritas, as a whole tend to fit into one of three categories.....

1) Spiked with copious amounts of sweet and sour mix and probably 500+ calories (Looking at you MiCo, Pappasitos, Chuy's, etc.)
2) Skipped the sweet and sour but so tart I leave with heartburn (Looking at you Avilas)
3) Good balance of tart/sweet combination, made with appropriate proportions of good tequila/liquor but costs $13... (Looking at you San Miguel, Javiers)

It would also be nice to have a few places specializing in a decent Mexican Martini (chuy's, you don't count)

Regards,

Needs a Margarita

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Chuy's
3408 N Central Expy, Plano, TX 75074

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