It’s Cinco de Mayo in Kingwood, Atascocita & Humble!
The summer home selling season is hot, and what better way to cool down than to take a sip from one of the best margaritas and Mexican food in town!
Do you have plans?If not, I have compiled a list of the best places to celebrate cinco de mayo in Kingwood, Atascocita, and Humble. Wanting to venture further out? I have a list of the best margs around the city below the infographic!
Enjoy your Cinco De Mayo in Kingwood, Atascocita & Humble however you chose to, but be sure to call an Uber, don’t drive!
Celebrating somewhere else? Here is my list of favorite spots around the city!
Both this place and Caracol sell “The Greatest Margarita Ever Sold,” created by beverage director Sean Beck, for $28. For that price, you get a goblet of Gran Centenario Añejo tequila, 25-year-old Gran Marnier, fresh tangerine and lime juices, and a rim of Murray River salt flakes.
The Loco Mango comes with sweet chunks of fresh mango among the Cabo Wabo blanco tequila and Cointreau, topped off with a sugary rim.
Ninfa’s calls its Zandunga a “Margarita 2.0,” combining lemongrass-infused mezcal with muddled ginger, cucumber, and lime for a smoky, spicy drink that’s sweetened with agave syrup and topped with a salty foam in lieu of a salted rim.
The azure classic turns 53 this year, and the house secret recipe will only set you back $6.25.
Although known for its creative infusions (churro-flavored tequila, anyone?), this gastrocantina’s $21 Texan margarita keeps it simple with only five ingredients: Don Julio 70th añejo, Paula’s Texas Orange liqueur, fresh-squeezed lime and lemon juices, and agave.
Yes, it’s kitchy. But you don’t have enough ingredients at your house to have a full build-your-own margarita bar, so you’d better bring the party over to El Real.
We love ours on the rocks, although the top shelf El Don ‘rita is also available as a frozen slush or up.
Do you know of a great spot that should be on this list? Contact me to let me know!