Simón’s Tacos & Cesar’s Killer Margaritas

Simón’s Tacos
4263 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60641

Cesar’s Killer Margaritas
2924 N Broadway St, Chicago, IL 60657

Summer is here, and it’s brought it’s warm breeze,
where the sun shining will make you feel at ease
And with the nice weather, grabbing some tacos and margaritas are just what are needed to please

You can enjoy your Mexican favorites at Simón’s Tacos while you sit outside
With fresh ingredients, and it’s authenticity, each choice will leave you satisfied
From the tacos, to the burritos, there’s something savory to try
After replacing Portage Park’s La Palapita, each local has to drop by
To experience Simon’s takeover, where his Mexican food has set the bar high!

To top off your Mexican cuisine,
Cesar’s Killer Margaritas is a leading name in the Chicago margarita scene
Known for their margaritas that are killer in size,
On a Chicago summer day, this tasty drink is a sweet prize
and with the variety of flavors, each option is a fun surprise!
From Orange Passion Pommarita to a Cadillac Margarita,
it’s sure to charm each Señor or Señorita!

So put on some salsa music, and spend your day in the city,
Then get your hands messy with some tacos, and afterwards, drink a margarita that looks pretty!






  1. Forrest Pasky

    May 31, 2017 at 11:06 am

    Great web name for the Margarita house. : )

  2. alohapromisesforever

    May 31, 2017 at 11:49 am

    Great idea for tomorrow night’s dinner. I’ll make taco’s similar to these and get the girls some icy fruit juice. One day, I’ll get to Chicago again and see how it compares. 😉 yummy though!!

    1. dineANDrhyme

      May 31, 2017 at 12:43 pm

      Awesome! Please take pictures and send them to us, we would love to see!

      1. alohapromisesforever

        May 31, 2017 at 2:36 pm

        Don’t really have a way to take good photos In real. But, I will say this. Tonight we’re having a true international fest of sorts. We call it Princess A’s (not going to use her real name) Corned Beef and Bavarian Sauerkraut. If you should ever want to try it, it’s not so hard to make. Cut up bite sized pieces of corned beef and brown this with just dash of some herbal mix such as Montreal Steak seasoning reserving the extra corning seasoning for later. Dice some golden fleshed potato (tonight we’re adding in some left over purple potatoes) and add this in for a little heating through for a little bit of time. Then in this 12″ skillet add in some Bavarian Sauerkraut with caraway seed and maybe a sprinkle of onion. Mix this through with the previously reserved corning seasoning and let simmer until the potatoes have the right amount of doneness for your taste. Serve with a natural Niagara Harvest White Grape juice or maybe some apple cider. And there you go for a blend of Irish, German and just plain All-American creative spark of a nine year old princess and her Daddy’s listening ears.

        1. dineANDrhyme

          June 1, 2017 at 8:00 pm

          That sounds so good! We’re not the best cooks out there haha but we’ll give it a shot and let you know how it turns out! Hope ya’ll enjoy the food! 😋

  3. Health Share PORT

    May 31, 2017 at 1:07 pm

    Great blog ..delicious tacos.. keep sharing..

  4. writegardener

    June 18, 2017 at 7:29 pm

    Mmmm, does make me hungry looking at those awesome photos. Chicago is a bit too far though.

    1. dineANDrhyme

      June 20, 2017 at 10:04 am

      If you ever find yourself in Chicago, at least you’ll know where to go 🙂

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