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A Guide to the Best Margaritas in Montclair

by Victoria Marie Moyeno
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Ah, the margarita — a true work of art. What makes a good margarita are a few key ingredients which include orange liqueur, lime juice, and of course — tequila. Mixologists may put a fun spin on it, but at its core, the margarita is a go-to drink that never disappoints. Luckily, several bars and restaurants in Montclair offer their own take on the classic drink. Read on for a list of the best margaritas in Montclair.

Alto | 690 Bloomfield Avenue

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Three words: chic, cocktails, views. Sip on the Paloma on the Alto rooftop located inside The MC Hotel. The picturesque venue is a must-visit when you’re in the area.

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De Novo European Pub | 275 Bellevue Avenue

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This gastropub has something for everyone. From specialty cocktails, including delicious margs, to an extensive beer and wine list, De Novo is truly a gem.

Egan & Sons | 118 Walnut Street

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A fan favorite for locals, Egan & Sons has extensive indoor and outdoor spaces, perfect for large groups. Opt for one of the vibrant frozen margs.

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Faubourg | 544 Bloomfield Avenue

Faubourg

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Manhattan-style decor, good food, and strong cocktails — if Faubourg wasn’t already on your radar, it should be.  

Halcyon | 114 Walnut Street

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Seafood galore, Halcyon is a go-to amongst seafood lovers, and for good reason. This spot offers a full bar, spacious lounge, and event space for all private functions. For your margarita fix, opt for the Blood Orange or the Greyhound.

Pineapple Express BBQ | 1 Lackawanna Plaza

 


The outdoor beer garden at this Montclair newcomer simply begs for a margarita. In addition to the classic frozen margarita, check out the Blood Orange Margarita, with hints of vanilla and lime for a fun twist.

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