No frozen margarita machine spins at this Mexican eatery—instead, you'll encounter a full-blown tequila museum stocked with over 2,000 different high-end and hard-to-find tequilas. In fact, El Agave claims to be the largest tequileria north of the border. Tasting flights are available, as are killer margaritas (try the jalapeño cilantro version for a blast of sweet heat). The nouvelle Mexican cuisine earns bragging rights, too. Best known for its variety of complex, regionally-inspired mole sauces, the kitchen turns out sopas, tacos and enchiladas, as well as refined seafood plates and a signature Filete al Tequila, filet mignon dressed in onions, mushrooms and a tequila and red wine reduction. The dim interior, crammed with illuminated shelves of tequila bottles, is charming and inviting, featuring exposed brick walls, handcrafted dark wood furnishings, and rustic accents, and the cozy covered outdoor patio is quite popular.