National Margarita Day falls on Wednesday, Feb. 22 this 12 months, and right here in North Texas, there are a number of causes to have a good time. This 12 months marks the 52nd anniversaries the invention of the frozen margarita, first bought as a seven-ounce drink for $1.25 at Mariano’s, in addition to the 1971 Texas election that lifted the ban on promoting combined drinks.
Here are 22 locations the place you’ll be able to have a good time National Margarita Day in 2023.
This Lewisville-based restaurant is providing half-price giant, traditional margaritas all day in addition to $3 off fajitas.
This stay music venue in Bedford is providing an all-day completely satisfied hour that includes home and frozen margaritas for $3.
This restaurant with places in Dallas, Grapevine, and Fort Worth is providing a $5 particular for all margaritas. National Margarita Day celebrations can even embrace free swag and a tequila giveaway.
Blue Mesa, which has places in Addison, Fort Worth, and Plano, is providing high shelf margaritas for $5 all day lengthy.
The sports activities bar with places throughout North Texas is celebrating with $5 Jack’s Ritas, $3 home beer bottles and home wines, and half-price boneless wings.
Cantina Laredo is launching its new “Flight Down Margarita Lane” with three signature margaritas for $16 at its Addison and Frisco places.
At its places throughout Dallas-Fort Worth, Cheddar’s is providing 10 margarita varieties to friends on National Margarita Day. The choices embrace a Texas model served in a giant glass for $5.99, a high shelf for $9.29, and an El Patron margarita for $10.49.
This Fort Worth steakhouse and mezcal lounge is providing specials to have a good time National Margarita Day, together with home and top-shelf margaritas for half-price.
At its places in Plano and McKinney, Fork and Fire is celebrating with the tequila-tini for $14-$18, a yuzu margarita and a fiery pineapple margarita for $14 every, and a spicy mezcal margarita for $15.
This taco chain with places throughout Dallas-Fort Worth is serving $5 18-ounce home margaritas, each on the rocks and frozen, all day lengthy.
This Dallas restaurant is providing $1 margaritas and road tacos from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and $3 margaritas till 11 p.m. on National Margarita Day. Additionally, margaritas made with Casamigos tequila will value $7 all day.
The meals corridor in Plano is serving $5 home margaritas all day for National Margarita Day.
This Dallas restaurant is providing an all-day completely satisfied hour that includes 4 signature cocktails for $8 every to have a good time National Margarita Day. Each visitor who orders a margarita shall be entered right into a drawing for a $150 present card to the restaurant.
This Mexican-Japanese fusion restaurant in Dallas will have a good time National Margarita Day with $5 lime, strawberry and mango margaritas, each on the rocks and frozen.
This Dallas-based chain restaurant with places throughout Dallas-Fort Worth is selling giant home margaritas for $5 and sangria swirls for $6 on National Margarita Day.
The Dallas restaurant is providing $10 blood orange guavaritas in addition to a to-go guavarita equipment for $30 on National Margarita Day. Primo’s can be serving a crawfish boil with one pound of crawfish, tortillas, rice, beans and a Cajun salsa for $19.99. Each extra pound of crawfish is $10.99.
This Dallas-based Cajun Cafe with places in Fort Worth and Arlington is celebrating National Margarita Day, which falls on the day after Mardi Gras this 12 months, with a “Mardi-Ritas” particular for $5.
The Adolphus Hotel bar in Dallas is celebrating National Margarita Day with Buckle Bunnies Ladies Night, which incorporates $5 Rodeo ‘Ritas and 90s dance music.
This Dallas restaurant is providing an all-day completely satisfied hour that includes $6 home margaritas and $9 specialty margaritas.
This Plano restaurant is providing a particular on the Yacht Rock Rita for $8 as a substitute of the same old $12.
The San Antonio-based chain with places throughout North Texas is serving a particular “Mardi-ritas” combo for Mardi Gras and National Margarita Day. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Taco Cabana eating places will promote a “pizza crunch,” with rooster, beef or chorizo, and a frozen margarita for $6.99. The chain additionally affords margaritas on the drive-thru for $3.
This Plano restaurant will supply $3 home margaritas all day, in addition to a shareable margarita with home queso for $40 on National Margarita Day.