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  • Behind the bar with a margarita master at Joe T. Garcia's

    Nothing makes the line go faster than a few margaritas from the Patio Bar. On an average Thursday night, Joe T.'s will sell 55 gallons of margaritas, and in a week they'll use 870 pounds of limes.

Behind the bar with a margarita master at Joe T. Garcia's

Nothing makes the line go faster than a few margaritas from the Patio Bar. On an average Thursday night, Joe T.'s will sell 55 gallons of margaritas, and in a week they'll use 870 pounds of limes.
Steve Wilson Star-Telegram.com