The five-dollar margarita menu will be available all day every Monday and includes 10 different flavors for sipping pleasure: Pineapple, Tamarind, Banana, Blood Orange, Prickly Pear, Fresca (lime), Plum, Strawberry, Watermelon, and Guava. Patrons can add Midori, Grand Marnier, or create a Chambord “float” for $1 more. In addition from five to seven pm for the restaurant will offer half off small plates and twenty five percent off entrees.
The range of margaritas join an already intriguing liquor menu with selections such as Vida Tequila and Chipotle Vodka plus cocktails such as a Travieso or the Jamaica Ponche. General Manager and Wine Steward Stephanie Bailey-Hatfield commented: “I think Salt Lake needed a night like this. We want to make your Monday night easier. The hardest part of your night should be which flavor of margarita to choose.”
545 West 700 South, Salt Lake City, 84101
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