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If you’re craving authentic Mexican food, a good margarita and an eatery that embraces Mexican culture and style then Miss Margarita is a must. This eclectic, colourful Mexican cantina is always bursting with good cheer and it’s authentic Mexican cuisine is a great tummy pleaser. The menu is alive with colour and texture, ranging from crunchy cream cheese and guacamole filled jalapeños to sizzling fajitas and Californian style burritos. Or you can graze on nachos corn chips buried under stacks of melted cheese, chilli salsa, guacamole and toppings from chilli con carne to black beans and ranchero relish.

The humble margarita is taken to a whole new level with a dozen varieties including coconut, strawberry, mango and ginger, giving this classic cocktail a delicious twist. Or if you’d prefer an icy cold beer, there’s a wide range of Mexican beers as well as local favourites .

Happy Hour’s on between 5.00pm and 6.00pm daily with $11 Classic Margaritas and Mojitos and $5 Mexican Beer. Get in early as it’s not uncommon for queues to be lined up down Jonson Street during the summertime, holiday periods and weekends. Best of all, Miss Margarita is in walking distance to all of our abodes.


Monday to Friday – 12pm to 3pm & 5pm till close

Saturday & Sunday – 11.30am – close

Peak Holiday Periods – Monday – Sunday 12pm till close

ADDRESS: 2 Jonson Street, Byron Bay