Centro serves so many of their Quincy Margaritas ($8) that they had to start batching and kegging them. Instead of requiring a bartender to hand-mix each one, they’re poured right out of the tap, over ice, and served with a rim laced with tortilla chip salt, buoying guests from thirsty to festive in the time it would ordinarily take to get a Michelob Golden Light. The high-volume approach also means that every single pour is consistent—no imbalanced sour bombs, no burning tequila overloads. If only everything in life could be so reliable (and reasonably priced).
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