7 Huntsville margaritas you need to try right now

La Esquina Cocina
La Esquina Cocina downtown has an assortment of margs to try. (La Esquina Cocina on Facebook)

It’s National Margarita Day, and we know of several spots around town where you can get a unique, handcrafted and delicious drink to celebrate.

Read on for seven Huntsville margaritas you need to try.

1. Stella’s Elixir Lounge: Met Gala Margarita

The Met Gala Margarita is part of Stella’s limited-time winter cocktail menu. Head over soon to try it before it’s gone: you’ll love the combination of cranberry, lime, orange, mint and—of course—tequila, topped off with a sugared rim.

Location: 127 Holmes Ave NW Ste 202, Huntsville, AL 35801
Hours: Sunday-Monday 3PM-12AM; Tuesday-Saturday 3PM-2AM
Facebook | Instagram | Website

2. Rosie’s: Mambo Taxi

Rosie's Mambo Taxi
A swirl of sangria makes this margarita stand out from the rest. (Rosie’s Mexican Cantina on Facebook)

Rosie’s is one of Huntsville’s favorite spots for lots of reasons, and we suspect that the Mambo Taxi is on that list. The swirled concoction is a combo of a classic frozen margarita with Yago Sangria, resulting in a drink you won’t find at any other spot.

Luckily, Rosie’s has two locations in town:

Hours: Monday-Thursday 11AM-9PM; Friday-Saturday 11AM-10PM
Facebook | Instagram | Website

3. Taco Mama: Prosecco Fizz

Taco Mama margarita
A classic marg made even more refreshing with a fizzy twist. (Taco Mama on Facebook)

This is the drink to try when you want a classic margarita with a bubbly twist. Taco Mama’s Prosecco Fizz keeps it simple with a combination of tequila, lime and simple syrup topped with sparkling wine and orange liqueur.

Here’s where you can find it around Huntsville:

Hours: Sunday 11AM-8PM; Monday-Saturday 11AM-9PM
Facebook | Instagram | Website

4. BarVista: Spicy Jalisco Margarita

Bitter, sweet, sour, spicy—you’ll find all these flavors in BarVista’s Spicy Jalisco Margarita. Grapefruit juice, jalapeños and jalapeño bitters punch up traditional margarita flavors for a drink you won’t forget.

Location: 435 Williams Ave SW, Huntsville, AL 35801
Hours: Sunday 10:30AM-3PM; Tuesday-Thursday 4PM-10PM; Friday 4PM-12AM; Saturday 10:30AM-12AM
Facebook | Instagram | Website

5. Rhythm on Monroe: Tupelo Honey Margarita

Rhythm on Monroe
Take advantage of Tequila Thursday for $7 margs and $5 draft beer specials. (Rhythm on Monroe on Facebook)

Rhythm on Monroe’s musical theme can be found throughout the menu. If the honey-sweetened margarita isn’t your thing, try the Back in Blackberry Mojito or the My Paloma instead.

Location: 700 Monroe St SW, Huntsville, AL 35801
Hours: Sunday 11AM-9PM; Monday-Tuesday 4PM-9PM; Wednesday-Thursday 4PM-10PM; Friday 4PM-11PM; Saturday 11AM-11PM
Facebook | Instagram | Website

6. La Esquina Cocina: Seasonal margaritas

La Esquina margs
Which one are you trying? (La Esquina Cocina on Facebook)

At La Esquina Cocina downtown, choose from one of three seasonal margs:

  • butterfly pea: an electric blue flower with a green tea-like flavor
  • mixed berry: a combo you know and love
  • tamarind: based on a sweet and tangy tropical fruit

Location: 127 Holmes Ave NW Suite 101, Huntsville, AL 35801
Hours: Sunday 10AM-2PM; Monday-Thursday 11AM-9PM; Friday 11AM-10PM; Saturday 10AM-10PM
Facebook | Instagram

7. Hops N Guac: House Margarita

Hops N Guac
I’m adding Hops N Guac to my list of spots to try soon. (Hops N Guac on Facebook)

There’s nothing wrong with sticking to the classics. Get the Hops N Guac House Margarita in the classic, skinny or spicy variety.

Location: 2620 Clinton Ave W Suite B, Huntsville, AL 35801
Hours: Sunday 11AM-10PM; Tuesday-Thursday 4PM-10PM; Friday 4PM-1AM; Saturday 11AM-1AM


Which marg are you trying first? Let us know by tagging @hvilleblast or using #hvilleblast.

Emily Phillips
Emily Phillips
Articles: 223