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This Tropical Calgary Bar Serves Up Margaritas Bigger Than Your Head

A little bit of Mexico right in the heart of Calgary!
This Tropical Calgary Bar Serves Up Margaritas Bigger Than Your Head

You know those days where you just feel like you've been to hell and back and you just need a good drink to turn your mood around? Or maybe it's a day like today where it's super hot and sunny out and you just need to cool off. Whatever the reason, there is a place in Calgary where you can get cocktails that are literally as big as your head. 

Yes, you heard that right. It's everything that dreams are made of. Take a look at these giant margaritas below and you may or may not start drooling. Talk about the perfect summer drink that makes you feel like you're on vacation down south!

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These refreshing margaritas are definitely perfect to share (though if you can finish it by yourself, I'll be very impressed). Enjoy it out on their patio for a completely summery experience. By the time you're half way through you'll have convinced yourself that you're on the beaches of Mexico!

It's not just the margaritas that will transport you to the beach, but the entire restaurant is so tropically decorated and themed that you will feel like you are in Mexico. From their drinks served in pineapples to their palm trees to their wall deco, everything combines to give you a foreign experience, right in the middle of Calgary!

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Looking for a tropical experience? Grab your drinking buddies and head on down to Tropical today to order your Giant Margarita(s), and maybe a few tacos to go with it. They're located at the corner of 17th Ave and 14th St.

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