How to Make Our Westside Margarita | Neighborhood Goods

How to Make Our Westside Margarita

Written By: Devin Williams-McCrary

Published on April 29, 2020

The days are getting longer and the weather’s getting warmer, which means it’s an ideal time to perfect your summer marg skills. This recipe is inspired by our restaurant, Prim & Proper, at our flagship in Legacy West, which is offering margarita kits for curbside pick-up Thursday through Sunday from 4 to 7pm. After you try your hand at this recipe, you may not be a mixologist but you will certainly know how to make a mean margarita.


3-4 tablespoons of Tajin

1 lime

1 cucumber

1 sprig of thyme

1.5 oz of tequila

2 oz margarita mix

1.5 cups of ice

cocktail shaker

Step 1:  Wash your hands and the produce you will be using

Step 2:  Cut cucumber into several 3 inch wedges and slice lime horizontally

Step 3:  Pour Tajin on a small plate

Step 4:  Add margarita mix and tequila to cocktail shaker

Step 5:  Add ice to shaker and secure lid

Step 6:  Shake for 30 seconds and do a little dance

Step 7:  Wet the rim of your glass with a lime slice and roll rim in Tajin

Step 8:  Remove lid from shaker and pour mixture into glass

Step 9:  Garnish with a cucumber wedge, thyme, and good vibes

Step 10:  Give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done

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