Where to grab a margarita on National Margarita Day!

-feature photo courtesy of Kory Aversa

How could we forget about this glorious holiday? Here are just some of the spots in/around Philadelphia where you can raise a glass (salt or sugar, your choice) and cheers to this week’s epic Wednesday.

Al Pastor
560 Wellington Square, Exton, PA 19341
Stove and Co. Restaurant Group celebrates National Margarita Day in the Western Suburbs with $5 margaritas all day, $20 pitchers, $9 nachos and a special 1800 Coconut Batanga Cocktail. This includes ALL standard margaritas and flavors – including traditional, pomegranate, al pastor, cucumber jalapeno, strawberry, mango, blood orange, passion fruit, pumpkin spice and skinny – plus the marg mocktail!

Añejo Philly / 1001 North 2nd Street
Añejo Philly, located in the Northern Liberties Restaurant Row, celebrates National Margarita Day with a special National Margarita Day Happy Hour from 5:00pm to 7:00pm, with an expanded pitcher selection that are all half off – including Blanco, Anejo, Mezcal and Jalapeno – plus $5 tacos (Chicken Al Pastor, Cauliflower, Pork Carnitas and Crispy Fish), and discounted Birria Nachos, Elote, Nachos, Carnitas Fries, Chicken Empanadas, Guacamole and more. Also look for special marg flavors and features – to be announced next week. Reservations are now available on Open Table or by calling  267-534-5746. Follow @anejophilly on Social Media.

Buena Onda (Fairmount) / 1901 Callowhill Street
Buena Onda (Radnor) / 20 N. Radnor Chester Road
Buena Onda (Rittenhouse) / 114 S. 20th Street
Celebrate National Margarita Day at Chef Jose Garces’ Baja-inspired taqueria Buena Onda with $16 classic margarita pitchers and $20 seasonal flavored margarita pitchers – including Mango, Prickly Pear, Pineapple, Watermelon, Guava and Strawberry.  Not valid on frozen margaritas. Pair with $1 chips and salsa for happy hour from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Cantina Dos Segundos / 931 North 2nd Street
Cantina Dos Segundos will offer $7 house margs (flavors include: original, pineapple, raspberry, mango, passionfruit, guava, blood orange, strawberry, soursop, papaya, hibiscus, cucumber, jalapeño, blackberry, watermelon), $8 Raspados Mexicanos – frozen mango margarita in a snow cone with chunky mango, chamoY & tajin, and $5 virgin margs for folks extending their Dry Januarys!

Cavanaugh’s Headhouse / 421 S 2nd Street
Head to Headhouse Square for margaritas and nacho specials with some great tunes! The specials will be available all day, the music starts at 8pm. Margarita Day Specials with $5 House Margarita, $7 Jameson Orange Margarita and $2 Off Nachos. Want to jump on the guitar, drum kit, bass, harmonica? Musicians who are looking for a place to jam out and people that want to take in some great tunes are invited to pair their margs with some music. @tony_thedrummer on Insta will be hosting the night with his drum kit. If you want to participate hit him with a DM or just stop by. Come by next Wednesday for our very first night. Should be a great time!

Chick’s Philly / 1807 Washington Ave
The El Caliente Margarita ($12) is jalapeno infused tequila, lime, simple, blood orange. Also tomorrow, stop by for Puppies and Pints happy hour 4pm to 6pm. Meet the Chick’s team puppies and grab a beer if margs aren’t your thing.

El Camino Real / 1040 N 2nd Street
Enjoy a National Margarita Day all day long with special pineapple margaritas made with Milagro tequila and tropical Redbull served in a fresh pineapple! Plus. come ready to share with 32oz Prickly pear margarita for two served in a super sized margarita glass. Margarita flights will be offered with guava, mango and serrano chili. For Happy Hour from 4:00pm to 6:00pm enjoy half off El Camino house margaritas and five dollar bites, including Panchos Nachos, Elote Brussels sprouts and chicken dorados tacos.

El Rey / 2013 Chestnut Street
STARR’s staple Mexican restaurant takes inspiration Mexican home cooking, and the margaritas here are some of the best around. National Margarita Day Specials: $8 flavored margaritas and $5 watermelon jello shots.

Fitz on 4th / 743 S 4th Street
Visit Fitz on 4th for a delicious, 100% vegan margarita! Fresh Berry Margarita $14 is the perfect combination of sour and sweet (made with reposado tequila, fresh muddled berries, lime, berry & lime sugar rim.

Garage Fishtown / 100 E Girard Ave.
Treat yourself to a Paradise Margarita for $11, made with silver tequila, passionfruit, and lime.

Gran Caffe L’Aquila / 1716 Chestnut Street
Pair the Margarita Calabrese ($9) with your Italian dinner! This unique margarita includes Espolon tequila, caffo Calabrian, orange liqueur, Calabrian limoncello, and fresh squeezed lime.

Grace and Proper / 941. S. 8th Street
Philadelphia new vintage Eurobar Grace and Proper celebrates National Margarita Day with a classic. From 4:00pm to Midnight, open to close, Grace and Proper will offer “If It Ain’t Broke” a classic craft margarita using 100% blue weber agave for only $8. Beverage Director Scott Rodrigue said, “We want to offer a classic well-made margarita for our discerning patrons – and ensure quality instead of discounting down to five dollars. None of that well garbage.”

Heritage / 914 N 2nd Street
Try their Spicy Margarita, made with tequila, triple sec, lime, and a hot pepper infusion. Enjoy a single serving for $12 or go for a double for $22.

Las Cazuelas BYOB / 426 W Girard Ave.
Head to Northern Liberties and BYO for National Margarita Day with 20% off BYO house-made marg mixers including passionfruit, mango, guava, jalapeno and classic.

Libertee Grounds / 1600 W Girard Ave.
Enjoy a Winter Marg for $14, made with tequila, rosemary-infused Cointreau, blood orange, and lime. For an extra $2, you can upgrade to Casamigos Blanco.

Live! Casino & Hotel / 900 Packer Ave.
Sports & Social has three different margaritas for you to choose between: the Social Margarita made with blanco tequila, triple sec, hand-made sour mix, and salt rim, the Spicy Mango Margarita with reposado tequila, triple sec, mango nectar, hand-made sour mix, and spicy rum, or the Top Shelf Margarita consisting of Milagro reposado tequila, Cointreau, freshly squeezed lime, and agave nectar. Luk Fu has a Green Tea Margarita for you to enjoy, made with reposado tequila, yuzu, green tea, agave, plum, and a salt rim. 

LMNO / 1749 N Front Street
Visit Fishtown’s hottest Baja Mexican style restaurant for National Margarita Day Specials: $10 classic margaritas and $12 flavored margs. Happy hour from 4:00 – 6:00pm for $6 margaritas.

Oyster House / 1516 Sansom Street
The Firing Squad cocktail puts a spicy twist on a margarita for $13, made with jalapeño infused tequila, lime, Angostura, pomegranate, and a house-made grenadine.

Talula’s Garden / 210 W. Washington Square
Because who says you need to celebrate National Margarita at a Mexican restaurant? The beloved farm-to-table restaurant located in Washington Square lowkey offers one of the best margaritas in Philadelphia. “The Influencer” cocktail ($16) is easy sipping (blood orange margarita with silver tequila, blood orange, lime, agave, spiced salt rim) with the option to make it spicy!

The Goat Rittenhouse / 1907 Sansom Street
Try their Margarita for $13, which is made with Hornitos Blanco, freshly squeezed lime juice, and a touch of citrus liqueur.

Tio Flores / 1600 South Street
The South Street taqueria and bar will offer classic margs for $7 and Mezcalita for $8, both served on the rocks. For an additional dollar pick from the following signature flavors: Mango Pineapple, Cranberry Sage, Pink Guava and Blood Orange. All Margs can be made spicy for those ready for some heat!

Rivers Casino Philadelphia / 1001 N Delaware Ave.
Jack’s Bar and Grill‘s signature Melon Margarita ($14) includes Espolon Blanco Tequila, orange liqueur, melon liqueur, sour mix, lime juice. Frozen margaritas are also available for $8.

Sor Ynez / 1800 N American Street
Enjoy a Classic Margarita for $9 and add a spicy kick, cranberry-rosemary, or pomegranate-tajin for an additional $1. During happy hour, it’s available for $7 (plus supplements). If you like a smokier flavor profile, make it a Mezcal Margarita! The restaurant has over 20 mezcals on its menu. While the restaurant will be closed on February 22nd, Sor Ynez is the perfect destination for those who wish to celebrate their love for margaritas every day, not just on National Margarita Day.

Vintage Wine Bar / 129 S. 13th Street
Savor a Tropical Bonfire Margarita for $13, made with spicy Ghost tequila, pineapple, and lime.

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