CitySurfing Orlando’s Picks For Celebrating National Margarita Day Feb 22, 2021 .. #NationalMargaritaDay

February 22 is National Margarita Day

Given the year we’ve just had, I’m sure those of you who imbibe will appreciate that February 22 is National Margarita Day.

According to legend, a socialite named Margarita Sames created the first margarita in 1948 at her hacienda in Acapulco, Mexico. She mixed together tequila, Cointreau and fresh lime juice, which today remains the basic recipe for a margarita.

Over 70 years later, the margarita is one of the top 3 cocktails in the U.S., and, according to the Food Network, on average, over 185,000 margaritas are consumed every hour in this country.

In celebration, I’ve put together this list of places to enjoy the holiday. The only thing you need to decide is salt or sugar rim…and of course, adhere to pandemic safety protocols if you go out.

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American Social Bar & Kitchen (Dr. Phillips)

Sip on sweet specials all day long with $4 house margaritas and $8 tasty Tiki Ritas, Spicy Guavaritas and Garden to Glass cocktails.

Bahama Breeze Island Grille (All Central Florida Locations)

Serving up $5 Classic Margaritas all day at its various locations. New for this year, they’re also offering a a $5 Mar-GO-Rita, featuring a 7-ounce pour of the restaurant’s Classic Margarita served in a To Go pouch.

bartaco (Dr. Phillips)

Kicking off #bartacoMargaritaMarch with a limited edition Pineapple Express margarita (Libélula joven tequila, yellow Chartreuse, housemade pineapple syrup, fresh pineapple juice, lime juice, and a pineapple chip for garnish).

Castaways Sports Bar & Grill (Waterford Lakes)

Offering $2 house margaritas and $5 Don Julio Margaritas, along with $2 Beef or Chicken Tacos.

Chuy’s (All Central Florida Locations)

For just $2 extra make any regular House or Frozen Rita a Grande and keep the commemorative cup. Plus, kick your margarita up a notch with $1 Floaters (an extra pour of tequila or orange liqueur).

Cocina 214 (Winter Park)

Enjoy a House Flight of 3 Margaritas for $10 (214 Rocks, El Diablo, & 214 Frozen) or a Premium Flight of 3 Margaritas for $25 (Blue Agave, El Diablo, & Orange Blossom). Dine-in only.

Dahlia Daytona (Daytona Beach)

Offering 50% off all Margaritas all day long.

Don Julio Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar (Orlando/Lake Mary/Waterford Lakes)

Offering $6 House Margaritas and $3 tequila shots all day at all four locations.

El Jefe Tequilas at Promenade at Sunset Walk (Kissimmee)

Not only is it National Margarita Day but it’s El Jefe’s first anniversary. Enjoy drink specials and live mariachi from 11am to 2pm.

LandShark Bar & Grill (Daytona Beach)

From 4-6pm enjoy $3.99 House Margaritas and $2 Gran Gala Floaters. Plus, Margaritaville University is at 4pm, with the grand Margarita toast at 5pm.

Margaritaville Restaurant (Universal Orlando CityWalk)

From 4-6pm enjoy $3.99 House Margaritas and $2 Gran Gala Floaters. Plus, Margaritaville University is at 4pm, with the grand Margarita toast at 5pm.

Miller’s Ale House (All Central Florida Locations)

Offering $2.22 House Margaritas all day.

Mr. Margarita Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar (Altamonte Springs)

Enjoy $6 house margaritas all day.

On the Border (All Central Florida Locations)

Offering $5 1800 Grande ‘Ritas all day and $3 house margaritas from 3-6pm.

Pepe’s Cantina (Winter Park)

Offering $3.99 House Margaritas all day.

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And no matter where you are on Feb 22, you can enter to win an $8 paypal from @JoseCuervo for a free margarita on them. Must be 21+ and following them. There will be 200 winners.

Visit this Tweet to enter:

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Do you have any favorite places in Central Florida to enjoy a margarita? Let us know in the comments.

However – and wherever – you celebrate National Margarita Day, please do so responsibly and never drink and drive.


About Michelle Snow

Michelle is the owner and editor of CitySurfing Orlando. She also owns Zengrrl.com, is a freelance writer specializing in travel and entertainment, and has authored/co-authored four guidebooks on Orlando and Florida. She lives in Orlando near Disney, and hears Magic Kingdom fireworks every night.
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