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A Dozen Dallas Spots Where You Can Toast to National Margarita Day

You don’t need a holiday to sip on a frosty marg of course. But a day of deals and specials awaits on February 22.
By Jacob Villalobos |
Miriam Jimenez

Is there anything more Texan than a margarita? The mixture of tequila, triple sec, and lime juice can be found at almost every restaurant in Dallas. The icon of Mexican culture is a Texas staple and many Dallasites’ go-to drink on any balmy day, but perhaps especially for National Margarita Day on February 22. Here’s a list of the best spots to snag one. 

Get Funky at Fuzzy’s 

Known for its fast-casual Baja fare, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop has been serving North Texas since 2003 with the debut of its flagship store in Fort Worth. Choose from a variety of taco fillings such as seared fajita steak, spicy shrimp, fried tempura, and more. Need another reason to visit? This February 22, Fuzzy’s is serving 18-ounce margaritas served on the rocks or frozen for five bucks. Move over $5 footlongs. 

Put Your Mixology Skills to the Test at Legacy Hall

In honor of 2/22, Legacy Hall is discounting house margaritas by $2.22 (ah, clever). Additionally, the Plano food hall will host a cocktail making class with expert mixologists from Milagro Tequila. Tickets cost $65 and include three margaritas, a $10 Legacy Hall gift card, and some barware swag.

Try a Margarita Pairing at Rodeo Bar

The revived downtown tavern will have a margarita and a taco for $10. Name a more dynamic duo. We’ll wait. Even if margaritas aren’t your style, grab a pint of select draft beers and chili cheese fries during happy hour for only $5 each from 4 to 6 p.m. 

Celebrate Lucky Number 7 at AT&T’s Discovery District

The Discovery District is kicking off National Margarita Day with three $7 specials. JAXON will be serving its chuggable margarita for $7 all day. Meanwhile at the Exchange Hall’s Double Tap and Hard Shake, find both a classic margarita and a Spicy Mezcal margarita, respectively. Seven might be your lucky number but don’t push your luck with the number of margaritas to drink in one sitting. 

Take “Flight” With Knife Steakhouse 

While you won’t be able to literally fly with this special, the $18 flight of margaritas includes an El Tequileno Reposado margarita, the Knife margarita, and a Vida Mezcal margarita. Of course, why go to a steakhouse without having steak? Blasphemy! Knife has both old-school and new-school styles from filet mignon to wagyu skirt steak.

Be a Millionaire at Moxie’s

Well, not exactly. But Moxie’s millionaire margarita is sure to make you feel like one. The Canadian-based chain is known for its modern take on American dishes. Enjoy small bites such as roasted tomato bruschetta, poutine, or big bites such as the one-pound cheeseburger and vegetarian power bowl. Plus, the restaurant is featuring six custom margaritas just for the occasion. 

Sip Margs by the Park at Miriam Cocina Latina

No paper bag needed for this one. The popular Latin kitchen by Klyde Warren Park is serving up 16 ounce “Mexican Ritas” made with a house margarita mix, Grand Marnier, lime, and orange for $8. Take advantage of the fickle weather and sit on the patio , hopefully while there’s sun, while browsing through dozens of Mexican dishes, desserts, and an extensive brunch menu. 

Bring Home the Gold at Magnum 

The downtown Grapevine luxury hotel is serving grandeur in a glass this National Margarita Day. Made from Cincoro Anejo tequila, Grand Marnier Louis Alexandre, fresh lime juice, and 24K gold salt, this margarita is sure to make you the envy of your peers. The $40 cocktail is only available at Magnum, the hotel’s new speakeasy, an intimate Prohibition era–style concept with a rotating cocktail list, top shelf spirits, and mixologists that will cater to your every taste. 

Celebrate Caballero Style at Mariano’s Hacienda 

This Mexican restaurant is known for its colorful themes and grilled cuisine. Listen to the sound of sizzling fajitas and crunchy tortillas chips as you fight for the last bit of guacamole. Try skinny, on the rocks, or Wanda’s margarita, or take them by gallon. 

Explore Bold New Flavors at Meso Maya 

The Dallas landmark is known for its out-of-the-box approach when it comes to Latin fare. From muddled avocado margaritas to Oaxaca dark chocolate cake and corn ice cream, Meso Maya stays true to its Mexican inspiration with bold and rich flavors. Psst. The corn ice cream is actually really good. 

Retreat to a Spanish Hideaway at Bulla Gastrobar

Inspired by Spain’s most popular tapas restaurants, Bulla Gastrobar is serving $7 Spanish margaritas all day long on February 22. Taste the flavors of Spain with a salmon carpaccio or an Andalusian gazpacho. Or try their brunch menu which includes classics such as avocado toast, chicken and waffles, and a bikini sandwich. 

Try a New Color Palette at Sheraton Dallas

The Open Palette and Draft Sports Bar & Lounge, located in the Sheraton Dallas, is dedicating this National Margarita Day to ochre, a color that ranges from a yellow to a deep orange or brown. The artsy cocktail pays homage to the arts district and is being served for $4 all day long.

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