Nothing says Cinco de Mayo quite like an ice cold margarita. According to some, the libation's origins can be traced to late 1930s Mexico when Carlos "Danny" Herrera developed the cocktail at his Tijuana-area restaurant, Rancho La Gloria. The perfect combination of sweet, salty, sour and bitter— from classic to contemporary, top shelf to blended—no ‘Fifth of May Fiesta’ worth its salted rim would be complete without one of these iconic drinks. Whether you plan to party downtown, or on the coast, our handy map to the must-have margaritas around San Diego will help you do Cinco de Mayo right.
Note: Restaurants are not ranked.
-Keri BridgwaterRead More