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- Choice. I had a Modelo, my go-to beer. The other standards are also available.
- Sadly not nearly spicy enough. It had a bit of a peppery punch but no real sting, which I appreciate in a michelada.
- Blonde. They don’t make these with tomato or clamato juice. It suffered because of it. A good michelada has a bit of color to it. Still it made for an airy summer drink.
Overall Taste: ✪✪✪✪
- Light but better with a shot of tomato juice, which the bartender provided happily when we asked. I love Tito’s. It’s one of my favorite restaurants in San Antonio. This bumped up the star rating here. Still a good michelada has a little something extra to it: celery, chili powder, olives, hell even shrimp. I mean, that’s a meal! Always visit Tito’s; just don’t think you’ll get the city’s best miche.