5 Places to Celebrate National Margarita Day in the Valley

Angelica OlivasFebruary 20, 2020
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Agave Del Scottsdale
On February 22, the Mango, Spicy Cucumber and Tamarindo margaritas will be served at $8. Agave Del Scottsdale offers eight different types of tacos for lunch including pork tacos, seafood tacos, and a vegetarian taco option.

Ghost Ranch
From 1-6 p.m. on National Margarita Day, Ghost Ranch will have $5 margaritas including its classic Ghost Ranch Margarita, spicy Pina Picante or fruity Chilton. Choose one of their taco platters that is served with frijoles charros, rice handmade tortillas, salsas and guacamole to pair perfectly with your drink.

Twin Peaks
Stop in for the made-to-order Peaks Margarita made with Lunazul silver tequila, Triple Sec, agave nectar and fresh lime juice for $6 or a well margarita for $4. Twin Peaks has three unique tacos to choose from: Blackened Haddock Tacos, Buffalo Chicken Tacos, and Potato and Egg Tacos.

Urban Margarita
Urban Margarita will be serving both their house and skinny margaritas for $3 all day and night on National Margarita Day. While sipping on your drink, check out their taco selection consisting of carne asada, pollo asado, and shrimp tacos. To top it all off, order a churro with vanilla bean ice cream for dessert.

SOL Mexican Cocina
SOL offers monthly, rotating Farmers’ Market margaritas that are made from seasonal ingredients. This month, SOL is serving a Rose and Hibiscus Margarita that is made with Casamigos Blanco tequila infused with dried flowers and rosebuds for 36 hours, which is then shaken up with fresh lime juice, agave nectar and soda. This month, the restaurant is also serving a Prickly Pear Frozen Mimosa which is made with prickly pear puree, sparkling wine and SOL’s frozen margarita mix. Choose from one of their specialty tacos like the “Canarditas” Duck Taco, the Spicy “Popcorn” Cauliflower Taco or the Short Ribs & Blue Corn Taco while enjoying their seasonal drinks.