Drink Up with Refreshing, Locally-Crafted Sips this Spring
Whether you fancy a margarita, a crisp chardonnay or a healthy juice cleanse, celebrate Spring with these local drinks. Cheers!
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El Alma Cafe has been a Barton Springs staple for over a decade. The rooftop patio with a newly renovated upstairs bar is the perfect place for people watching. Relax after a day at Auditorium Shores with a fresh squeezed lime margarita and some of the best ceviche in Austin. Try the duck enmoladas at dinner or the huevos franceses during the buzzing Saturday and Sunday brunch!
Meet SOMI®, or as local Austin co-founders Arianna and Angel Salinas like to call it, the World’s Healthiest Energy Drink. Packed with ceremonial grade matcha, organic ingredients, L-Theanine, natural antioxidants, zero sugar, and no artificial colors or sweeteners, SOMI® is energy the way Mother Nature intended.
The House Margarita at Eldorado Cafe: Fresh-Squeezed Lime Juice. Four ingredients. Guaranteed to ease your troubles. Simply put, these margaritas are a tasty deliverance to a care-free town. Add on a plate of papas rellenas, shiny ribs or puzchkas, and you’ve got yourself a solid nugget of relaxation. Come see us!
Rooted in the beautiful Texas Hill Country town of Stonewall is Adega Vinho, a Vineyard and Winery that prides itself in producing 100% Texas grown wines with a “tip of the hat” to Portugal. Proudly Texan, many of the grapes planted on the estate are Portuguese varieties. Green, sustainable farming with a delicate hand using natural, old world methods for growing premium wine grapes is the focus in the vineyard. Brothers Andy and Michael Bilger’s approach to winemaking is a hands-off, minimal intervention style that permits the grapes to speak for themselves rather than force a predetermined style of wine. This hands-off approach allows for the natural creation of a wine program dedicated to the most pure style of winemaking possible. The tasting room is playfully eclectic, blending vibes of both mid-century modern and industrial design, featuring modern art from local artists. Cheers & Drink More Texas Wine!