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These SoCal Micheladas Are A Must Try

No matter what season it is in Southern California, you know the sun will always be shining, and the best time for cool and refreshing drinks is, well, always!  Without question, the go-to drink for the SoCal sunshine is a michelada, made with an ice cold can of Montejo Chelada.  Despite the pandemic affecting our day-to-day lives, our friends in the restaurant industry are doing their best to keep us fed while also keeping us safe.  You can be sure that these Los Angeles and Orange County spots got you covered any day of the week that you decide you need that fresh michelada.

1. Alta Baja Market (@altabajamarket) “La Chiquita”

This vibrant red and yellow miche’ from a Santa Ana market/michelada bar is made with passion fruit, with added yellow chilé packing an exhilarating punch.

2. Fiesta Martin Bar and Grill (@fiestamartinbarandgrill) “Dodger Chelada”

If bleeding “Dodger Blue” isn’t enough, you can now drink ”Dodger Blue” at this festive family-owned joint.  While this drink isn’t for champions only, it’s sure to be a grand slam in the taste department.

3. Miche Fresca King (@michefrescaking) “The Piña”

This chalice dripping with chamoy is fit for a king — made fresh daily with the proper fruit and sweets garnishing the rim. This and their other refreshing flavors definitely deserve more than one visit.

4. La Chuperia (la_chuperia1145) “Chupermichelada”

This is one goblet of fuego you are going to drool over — filled with all the spicy and zesty you want in a top notch miche’.  They make sure your thirst is quenched with a whole pint of Montejo in the mix; and are not left hungry with a side of juicy shrimp as a snack.

5. *Homemade Pineapple Michelada

If you can’t make it out to any of the wonderful places we’ve mentioned so far, creating it at home is easy!  We hollowed out a fresh pineapple to use as the cup, drip in as much (or as little) chamoy you want, spice it up with Tajin, and add in that beautiful mix of pineapple juice and Montejo Chelada — foolproof!

6. Las Chelaguas (@laschelaguas) “Vitrolero con Sandia”

You’re a true Foodbeast if you can take this drink down on your own, because this mini jug of miche’ is a hefty little thing. Fill this bad boy up with fresh sandia (watermelon) and Montejo Chelada to balance out the flavors — and of course, enjoy.

By Raphael Madrid

Raphael is a lot better at eating than he is cooking. He also opts for the al pastor over the carne asada in his tacos and burritos. Mild in the streets, picante in the sheets. Vegeta > Vegetables.