Settle in at Margarita’s and unwind

Sunday September 01, 2019 Written by Published in Hot on the Rock
Behind the bar at Margarita’s are head chef Eljo Joaban, with Eli Daniels, Jordan Mataroa and manager Mona Silika. 19083038 Behind the bar at Margarita’s are head chef Eljo Joaban, with Eli Daniels, Jordan Mataroa and manager Mona Silika. 19083038

Looking for a place to unwind and dine on a Friday evening after a hectic week?

 Settle in at Margarita’s, located in the heart of the Avarua, to water the people, to watch the traffic, to watch the world go by.

With drinks and a bite to eat from head chef Eli Daniel’s new menu, you can’t go too far wrong.

With the new dishes to tempt taste buds, the restaurant has now extended its hours to Friday evening.

Manager Mona Silika says with the busy season upon them, there is a demand is to stay open later and, located in the midst of town, the opportunity is too good to not take advantage of.

If you are after a nibble or a satisfying meal and casual dining, there is something for everyone on the menu: burgers, pizzas, seafood platters, curries, fettucine, fish and chips, caesar salad, buffalo wings and more.

Meals are available on Fridays from 8am to 3pm, then again from 6pm to 8.30pm. And for those who are thirsty, beverages including cocktails for only $10, fish bowls, beer and more, may be purchased though out the day until closing time.

Oh, and they sell margaritas.

Sitting just past the roundabout, directly in front of the well-known Banana Court building, the atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming.

Frequented by locals and visitors alike, Margarita’s is also the perfect spontaneous meeting place with plenty of seating and parking space.

Margarita’s is also open Sunday to Thursday from 8am to 3pm – stop by and visit the crew or have a coffee a watch the world pass by.

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