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Best Margarita For Kids

Cottonwood Café
60 N. Alvernon Way

STAFF PICK: Now don't go calling the authorities just yet. Don't you remember what it was like to sit at a table with a bunch of grown-ups who got to sip fancy, tropical concoctions with paper umbrellas while you had to content yourself with a boring, syrupy 7-Up with a lone maraschino cherry drowned at the bottom? Somebody at the Cottonwood Café does. While their extravagant take on the humble margarita is hardly kids' stuff with their premium selection of tequilas, sans alcohol these frosty delights are a veritable fruit cocktail. We think they come in banana, peach, watermelon, strawberry and lime, but all we can remember is the mango. Mmmmango.

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