Keep Calm and Margarita On

Although Wisconsin is quite a distance north of the region best known for margaritas, there’s no need to head south to get a good tequila-infused cocktail with dinner or perhaps just to satisfy your craving on a warm, sunny day.

Whether you like yours on the rocks with salt or blended with real fruit and a sugar-rimmed glass, we’ve put together a list of Wisconsin restaurants serving up some of our favorite margaritas in all corners of the state. You're sure to be satisfied!

Fred & Fuzzy’s (cherry margarita) – Sister Bay

Offering margaritas made with Door County cherry juice, this is one you won’t find south of the border. This waterfront restaurant is located right on Door County’s scenic shoreline and even offers tie-up for your boat if you prefer to arrive by water! Sip your margarita as you enjoy your front row seat for the sunset over the lake.

La Cabana Mexican RestaurantHayward

A little taste of Mexico in Wisconsin’s Northwoods. Whether you like yours frozen or on the rocks, try a La Cabana margarita in traditional strawberry or lime, or take the opportunity to try your favorite cocktail with a different twist and taste one of their more unique varieties like mango, peach or banana. They also offer their own signature La Cabana’s Rita plus other specialty drinks including pina coladas, sangria and authentic Mexican cuisine that is sure to hit the spot!

Mazatlan RestaurantFond du Lac

Lime, strawberry, peach, banana—the list goes on! Mazatlan’s homemade margaritas come in a rainbow of colors and flavors, so expect a difficult decision making your selection at ordering time. By the glass or by the pitcher, they know how to mix ‘em at Mazatlan. Once you have your drink in hand, get lost in their extensive menu of cuisine from northern and southern Mexico, a truly authentic dining experience right in Fond du Lac.

Osorio’s Latin FusionAppleton

A mix of classic Mexican and Midwestern fare, their menu has something for everyone and their margaritas are made with the same signature twist. All made from scratch and using fresh ingredients, in addition to their everyday list of margaritas, they also add seasonal margaritas to their already wide selection. Cucumber chile, ginger mango, cucumber basil or the classic house lime—you can’t go wrong with a margarita at Osorio’s!

Our list of favorites doesn’t end there. Here are some of our favorite spots mixing (or blending) the margaritas we love.

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