There’s no better way to spend your Thursday night than sipping on bottomless margaritas while indulging in a platter of freshly made tacos at the Southern Sun Hotel in Cape Town’s Waterfront.

To compliment their world-class hospitality the Southern Sun has added yet another irresistible offering to treat guests.

Make your way to the city-central Southern Sun and grab a seat at the pool bar area for the perfect mid-week distraction to tide you over until Friday finally arrives.

Every Thursday evening from 5.30pm to 7.30pm visitors can enjoy either a plate of tacos served with a margarita or Devils Peak draught for R145 or go all out and make it a bottomless margarita for just R180.

A delicious frosty margarita ready for the drinking.

The margaritas offer a unique blend of sweetness and saltiness with their delightfully crispy pineapple flavour topped with a ring of salt along the rim of the glass.

You could not ask for a better pairing when you try the tacos and margaritas together, each guest will receive a plate of three soft tacos filled with all sorts of fresh goodies and served with a side of tortilla chips and a spicy dip. A vegetarian option is also available.

Delicious tacos waiting to be savoured.

If you find yourself needing a little something extra to curb your hunger, a unique complementary selection of sides are also available for R30 extra per side.

You can enjoy chill peppers, spicy grilled corn, spicy potato skins with cucumber tzatziki, churros with homemade chocolate sauce and a shot of Strawberry Tequila.

All the side and the tacos with your margarita or draught make for the perfect evening out for couples or even a night out on the town with friends.

Side dishes to die for.

Contact: 021 409 4000

Address: 1 Lower Buitengracht, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001

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