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Around Tucson, the michelada usually consists of a Clamato base with lime juice, hot sauce, and any combination of Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, or Maggi Jugo served on ice in a Tajín-rimmed glass.
Don’t be afraid of the Clamato. In some strange twist of fate, it pairs beautifully with lagers and pilsners for a savory, sour, spicy, and salty salivating drink.
Here are our picks for the best michelada in Tucson.
El Berraco doesn’t fuss around with any exotic ingredients. Their michelada garnishes include cool cucumber and a mouth-puckering saladito. It’s essentially the same recipe as the beloved michelada from sister restaurant BK Tacos.
For more information, visit el-berraco.com.
La Botana has its own dedicated michelada menu section. Get a classic with tamarind, or with shrimp.
For more information, visit labotanagrill.com.
I definitely appreciate the entire shrimp that comes with each giant michelada at Mariscos Mi Mazatlan. Take advantage of the wide array of hot sauces at the table to custom-season your own mug.
For more information, call (520) 790-2888 or visit mazatlanseafood.com.
Check out how The Neighborhood's award winning michelada is made.
Posted by Tucson Foodie on Wednesday, September 14, 2016
As a judge of the 2016 Michelada Challenge where The Neighborhood won both the people’s choice award and the judge’s choice with blind tasting and scoring, I can confirm this michelada is ‘too legit to quit.’
I’ve been back for one since then and enjoyed the Titanic Michelada as a meal of its own with all the Mexican snacks contained within the mug.
For more information, visit yourneighborhoodbar.com.
Sir Veza’s creatively used their excellent michelada for a Michelada-Battered Fish & Chips special during Lent. That special has sadly passed, but it’s not too late (and never too early) to enjoy one of their micheladas on their own.
For more information, visit sirvezas.com.