At Rosepepper Cantina, Josiah’s Finest margarita is made with Herradura Reposado & Cointreau. A must for the margarita connoisseur.
Get ready to celebrate a holiday you (probably) didn’t know existed: National Margarita Day.
While most prefer ‘ritas while sitting on a sun-drenched patio in the summer, each year on February 22 the number one selling tequila cocktail in America is celebrated.
Here are the top spots for margaritas in Nashville, as recommended by our agents:
1907 Eastland Ave.
You won’t find neon green pre-mixed ‘ritas here! Rosepepper has been named “Best Margarita” in Nashville ten years and counting!
2002 Richard Jones Rd, Suite A104
Located just doors away from our office, Alegria’s Tequila Bar is inspired by bars in Madrid and Acapulco where lively conversation is shared over bottles and small plates. The collection boasts over 100 agave-based spirits. When it comes to the menu, many of our agents recommend the salads and fish entrees.
592 12th Avenue South
Cantina Laredo offers excellent margaritas alongside a menu deemed “modern Mexican” food. This means it is not at all Tex-Mex but the dishes are delicious!
Kelli Corbin Hudson, The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty
Okay Amigos, bust out your sombreros and head to East Nashville – it’s time for some Rosepepper Cantina!
Whether you’re looking for a fun night out with friends or a date night with a little kick, Rosepepper offers fabulous Mexican cuisine, a fun environment and margaritas that can’t be beat between here and Punta Mita! Along with your chips and yummy salsa, I highly recommend the buffalo white cheese dip to begin – WOW – think queso with a fabulous surprise.
I’m also quite a fan of their fajitas, whether you go marinated beef or chicken (or BOTH!), you won’t be disappointed. The Rosepepper Special is also a popular choice, which is shredded marinated beef or wonderfully seasoned chicken, served enchilada style and they are YUM–O!
SO, bring the family, bring the office, or hey, fly solo and head to Eastland Avenue where you’ll be right in the heart of Mexico. I mean, um, East Nashville – OLE!
Kelli Corbin Hudson