Rita’s Tanquria (Bottomless Brunch)
What brings more joy that a cold Margarita on a warm Brisbane day? Bottomless Margarita’s that’s what.
Rita’s in Teneriffe is catering to those boozy tequila sippers that enjoy the occassional (or not so occassional) Marg, providing them in jug format in a variety of flavours from classically delightful to I can’t drink this as I I’m totally too cool for anything coconut flavoured.
Buy me a tequila and I’ll let you eat my taco
Accompanying the tequila based libations are a tacos…..tacos aplenty. You hungry? Smash a taco or 7 and ask for more. Bottomless Maragaritas…..meet bottomless Tacos.
You watching the Pesos?
If you’re wanting a night out and are watching the world implode financially and wanting to be fiscally responsible and not spend any money? Stay home. If you are after a great deal, bottomless Margs at Rita’s are on order. At $75 per person you have endless jugs of margaritas (Classic, Chilli, Coconut, Lychee, Mango, Passionfruit, Pineapple, Strawberry and Watermelon) which would normally retail for $44…..Maths baby, save you some Peso’s to throw at ladies at love and rockets or shots at the Beat later in the evening.
Are they any good?
Look, I didn’t go into the afternoon thinking I was about to be served the best Margarita that I have ever had? No, that was served to me by Nathan at Ilkari at Ayers Rock Resort, closely followed by what yours truly can knock up at home during a weekend of mixology, agave and laughter. Were they tasty? Yes, some of the flavours I found extremely pleasant while others well…..weren’t awesome. Watermelon, the surprise favourite for the day took the lead early and had it slowly extended as the other flavours did their darndest to disappoint. Strawberry, pulled through some hints of the triple sec to be a pleasant runner up with Chilli bringing up the rear (as if someone mixed equal parts of tequila, lime and sadness before slicing chilli into the jug to make it burning sadness).
The Tacos were a mixture of yummy (Potato and Eggplant taco’s beating their meat based competitors into submission through pure sauce alignment and lack of drippiness (not sure if that’s a word, but if Billy Shakespeare had smashed a few of these Margaritas with me, he would have been fine with the usage).
Will I go back? Not sure, there are a bunch of bottomless brunches around Brisbane and I have decided we shall try them all….
Watch this space.
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