Address: 7620 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77024 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Million Dollar Margarita on the rocks and Grand Gold Margarita on the rocks
Ingredients Listed on Menu: Million Dollar Margarita - Sauza Hornitos 100% Blue Agave, orange juice, lime juice and sweet n' sour with Tusca and Grand Marnier, Gold Margarita - Sauza Gold, sweet n' sour, Grand Marnier and lime juice.Review: The signature margarita at Jillian's is the "Million Dollar Margarita." The glass they served it in had a nice design but that's about the only positive aspect of this margarita. At first glance we could tell orange juice was the main ingredient. Our taste buds agreed .. there is way too much orange juice in the drink. The gold margarita tasted like watered down tequila. They offer several other blends of margaritas but we will probably order something else next time.
Address: 12312 Barker Cypress Rd, Cypress, TX 77429 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Grand gold and regular on the rocks
Ingredients Listed on Menu: noneReview: The grand gold margarita was basically tequila with ice. If your plan is to get drunk, this is the drink for you. If you want a tasty gold margarita, then stay away. We were told the gold margaritas are purposely made to be extremely strong. If I wanted a drink that strong I would order a shot of tequila. The regular margaritas are actually decent, too bad they messed up the gold.
Address: 14121 Northwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77040 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Regular on the rocks and frozen strawberry
Ingredients Listed on Menu: noneReview: The strawberry margaritas at Two Amigos Mexican Restaurant have a pleasant taste and go down smooth . They possess the right sweetness and go great with any meal. The regular margaritas also have a satisfying flavor which made us order another one ... or two.
Address: 12830 Northwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77040 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Ultimate margarita and regular margarita on the rocks
Ingredients Listed on Menu: Ultimate margarita - Cuervo gold, triple-citrus margarita mix of lemon, lime and orange flavors. Served with a fresh lime and orange.Review: The regular margarita tasted like cheap tequila and oranges. We actually didn't even finish the entire drink (a first). Definitely not what you want when ordering a margarita. The Ultimate margarita is a much better choice. The flavors were more on with what you expect to taste. Stay away from the cheaper version and you can get an enjoyable margarita at TGI Fridays. We were told that in May, they run a promotion and offer many additional flavors of ritas and let you keep the glass.
Address: 7637 FM 1960 Rd W, Houston, TX 77070 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: BJ's original margarita on the rocks
Ingredients Listed on Menu: Cuervo gold, BOLS triple sec, "signature margarita mix", a splash of orange juice and fresh limeReview: BJ's is mainly known for their pizza and beer (both are extremely tasty). They do offer several variations of margaritas made with their signature margarita mix. The original margarita was a little on the fruity side. The mix and orange juice flavor over powered the taste of the tequila. A better blend of ingredients would have made this a better drink.
Address: 7901 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77063 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Regular frozen and Hornito's Margartita
Ingredients Listed on Menu: Regular margarita - none, Horinto's Margarita - Sauza Hornito's, Gran Gala and fresh lime juice.Review: You get what you pay for at Molina's. The regular margarita has a strong taste of tequila and its definitely of a cheaper variety. These aspects made this version unappealing. The Hornito's margarita had a much better taste. Everything from the sweetness to alcohol balance was excellent. Molina's does have a decent variety of choices of margaritas so we will have to go back for another visit to give a few more a try.