Julia Millay Walsh | May 4, 2011 7:12 amFor this week's Pop 5, we asked you all for the best margaritas in SF. While burritos may be San Francisco's claim to fame, the tequila-based Mexican favorite also holds its own across the city. So in honor of Cinco De Mayo, I bring you the five margaritas we've found truly stand out. Thanks for the suggestions, and tune in tomorrow for the next Pop 5 listmaking.Read More
Nancy Einhart | January 5, 2011 1:51 pmSan Francisco has no shortage of taquerias. Fewer and far between are Mexican restaurants where you can order at your table and order a real margarita — made with tequila and not some low-alcohol-content substitute. Thankfully, the past five years have found even more margarita-focused establishments opening, so we have plenty of options beyond Chevy's.Read More
Larkin Clark | July 27, 2010 12:52 pmDon't get us wrong: Taco Bell has its strong points (though mostly caloric). But for authentic eats and frosty margaritas, those in the know go to Tortilla Heights, where the fare is fresh, the vibe is fun, and you know where your meat is coming from (Niman Ranch, to be exact).
Grab your girls and dig into a hot pot of Queso ("The Lonestar Favorite") or Nachos Grande, piled high with Monterey Jack cheese, refried beans, jalapeños, guacamole, sour cream, and pico de gallo salsa.Read More