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March 4, 2021

Margarita March at The Balcony

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Balcony Bar & Oyster Co is hosting what they call the town’s first ever Margarita Festival this March. To celebrate the traditional Mexican drink, a specialty cocktail menu has been crafted by the mixologists behind the balcony.

One dollar from every Blood Hound Margarita featuring blood orange juice (yum!) will be donated to the Animal Welfare League (who work to rehome, desex, and reduce cruelty to dogs and cats): see #haveadrinksaveadog.

The Margarita March Menu features a twist to suit every tastebud with all drinks featuring quirky dog -themed cocktails such as:

The Mezcal Mutt – Monte Alban Mescal, 1800 Coconut tequila, Malibu, lime juice, coconut syrup and toasted coconut flakes.

Melon Collie – El Jimador Reposado, Vok triple sec, lime, cold pressed watermelon juice, agave nectar

Pomeranian – El Jimador Blanco, Pama pomegranate, lime and agave nectar

Chihuahua – Jalapeño infused El Jimador Reposado, Vok triple sec, lime juice, muddled cilantro and cold press cucumber.

Blood Hound –El Jimador Blanco, blood orange Cointreau, Lime, blood orange juice

Now for the purists who just can’t go past the classics, there are $15 margies all day every day for you. Or if you’re a real margarita maven, The Balcony have a top-shelf option just for you called The Regal Beagle, which is made with Don Julio Anejo, Dry Curaçao and lime.

More info: www.balcony.com.au

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