Football and margaritas. There is less than one month left of football season; less than one month to transform your culturally bankrupt, Dorito- and Budweiser-filled Sundays on the couch into something genuinely awesome. And for that purpose, we suggest Moquila the classy nu-Mexican joint in Mizner Park, Boca Raton. An inventive menu (including "flaky duck confit turnovers" with " wild mushrooms, Cotija cheese and salsa verde -- $11) plus a list of over 200 Tequilas (ranging from $8 per shot to $85, for Petron Gran Burdeos) are Moquila's stock-in-trade at all times, but during "NFL Football Sundays," starting at 12:30 p.m. through the end of the season, pigskin people may avail themselves to special drink and food menus created just for them. A free $50 bar tab goes to the person with the most tricked-out football costume. May we suggest something like the one pictured above?
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-- Brandon Thorp