Avocado Margarita and Bevo Rita at Curra's Grill ($7 / $7.75)
Cucumber Margarita at Vivo ($9.95)
Mango Habanero Margarita at Takoba ($8)
Chiango Margarita at El Chile ($7.50)
Rosa Rita at El Arroyo ($6.50)
Mexican Martini and Silver Fire Margarita at Trudy's ($9 / $8)
This list wouldn't be complete without Trudy's infamous Mexican Martini. The drink is essentially a margarita shaken with briny olive juice, and it's a local specialty. Though the Cedar Door claims to be the drink's original creator, college students and football moms alike will likely point you towards Trudy's, where they serve the cocktail by the shaker-ful. I like to order extra olives to last me through the whole drink. (Due to its size, there's a two Mexican Martini maximum.)
If salt on salt isn't quite up your alley, upgrade one of Trudy's specialty margaritas with top shelf tequila. (The upgrade's free on Tuesdays). The Silver Fire Margarita is bold concoction made with Dulce Vida Bianco Tequila, Cointreau, lime juice and agave nectar. Fresh jalapeno and a splash of Tabasco adds a pleasant kick.