Bar Rita in Fort Lauderdale Offers Modern Mexican Cuisine and a Rooftop Margarita Bar
Bar Rita is a vibrant Mexican restaurant with a rooftop margarita bar that offers lunch, dinner and weekend bottomless brunch. Located next to Tap 42 in Poinciana Park, the restaurant features indoor and outdoor seating. The menu includes a modern take on Mexican bar food with dishes such as Taco Platters and Fajitas.
For a taste of Mexican cuisine with a side of drinks, head to Bar Rita. The owners of nearby Tap 42 have opened this cozy restaurant on 1401 S Andrews Ave, bringing a modern take to Mexican bar food and a rooftop margarita bar. The menu offers everything from taco platters and fajitas to build-your-own bodega bowls. Try the pork carnitas tacos topped with mojo sauce, pico de gallo, and verde sauce or the Baja grilled shrimp tacos with chipotle slaw and guac.
Toss back a margarita like the Key Lime Pie Margarita made with Don Julio Blanco tequila, fresh lime juice, and agave with a half-graham cracker rim. Afterwards, satisfy your sweet tooth with crunchy-chewy churros.
Located next to Tap 42 in Poinciana Park, this vibrant Mexican restaurant with a rooftop margarita bar is easy to spot by its painted facade. It serves lunch, dinner and weekend bottomless brunch in a setting that mixes indoor and outdoor seating.
The menu aims to be sophisticated but accessible, with dishes including chile lime filet mignon and Baja-grilled shrimp. It also includes a variety of tacos and fajitas, all of which can be made vegan.
As with Tap 42, the revenue split here is about 50-50 between food and drinks, though Balick says he’s constantly tinkering with menu items and ingredients to see if he can tilt the scale more toward cuisine. The signature guacamole, for example, is a blend of truffle crema, cotija and charred corn.
After a visit to Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, enjoy a meal at this vibrant Mexican restaurant and rooftop margarita bar. The menu includes taco platters, fajitas and more. Try a signature concoction like the Truffle Street Corn Guac with truffle crema, cotija and charred corn, or go for flame-grilled skirt steak paired with salsa verde and guacamole.
In a similar vein as its sister restaurant, Tap 42, this new spot brings modern Mexican to South Florida with a rooftop city view and a tequila-heavy drinks list. In addition to tequila, the menu features build-your-own bodega bowls and tacos with options like the truffle barbacoa and carne asada cheesesteak. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available. Guests can enjoy lunch, dinner and bottomless weekend brunch.
The owners of popular Fort Lauderdale bar Tap 42 branched out into food with this vibrant Mexican eatery and rooftop margarita bar. Its painted facade and soaring roof make it easy to spot from the street. The 230-seat complex has indoor dining downstairs and outdoor seating on the rooftop deck.
Its menu features everything from taco platters to fajitas in addition to quesadillas and other small plates. It also includes a full bar with margaritas and cocktails.
For starters, try the Truffle Street Corn Guac topped with truffle crema, cotija cheese and charred corn. You can also order a sweet and spicy honey chipotle shrimp taco or the Meat Lovers Quesadillas. You can even add a sourdough tortilla to any entree.
This desert original channels the sultry energy of its namesake drink with a 230-seat restaurant and bar. The dining room is dark and clubby, with Moroccan lamps hanging overhead, an enlarged five-peso note on the wall, and a piano turned on its side near the hostess stand.
For lunch and dinner, try a Margarita made with top-shelf tequila and garnished with a wedge of lime. You can choose from several flavors, including a Pino Coco Margarita with Cazadores tequila, pineapple, toasted coconut, and lime-clarified, or the Guava Cava Paloma with Blanco tequila, fresh grapefruit soda, and guanabana pulp syrup. The menu also includes a variety of zero-proof cocktails, and Agua Frescas are available in Mango, Passion Fruit, Cucumber, or Watermelon.