Tonight there was supposed to be the annual Cinco de Mayo event that is hosted by The Wine Cellar at Ports of Call. However, this year, it was cancelled due to the imminent threat of inclement weather.
Now, here we are at an impromptu “best margarita” contest.
So far we have been to Crackpot Kitchen and Skull Rock Cantina in Ports of Call. Full disclosure, at Crackpot Kitchen we did have the Crackarona or Crackarita. I dunno. There was a Corona on it.
Here is Sherrad from the Vix giving us his very best frozen Margarita.
Second, on my personal list has been Danny Bouy’s margarita which I physically had 3rd on my list made by my personal favorite bartender, Brandi.
So, we visited 4 places on the Grace Bay Strip where we had margaritas: Crackpot Kitchen, Skull Rock Cantina, The Vix and Danny Bouy’s. In my most humble opinion the rankings are:
4. The Vix- I’m sure Sherrad’s margaritas will get you drunk, however, it was lacking in flavor.
3.Skull Rock Cantina- Here is another margarita that I thought tasted pretty much like tequila and ice.
2. Danny Bouy’s- This did come close to the win, honestly. Here, I did have my margarita over ice and not frozen. However, it was a great mic of tart, sweet and just enough tequila to keep you happy.
1. Crackpot Kitchen- This was by far my favorite. I do like my margaritas a bit sweet and before the corona bled out into the taste this is definitely a frozen tequila that I can recommend and take home to mom. It was the best tasting and it had the best presentation.
This was impromptu and fun (and expensive) and I would definitely do something similar in the future.