We love beer, we're huge fans of wine, and we have no problem throwing back a few martinis from time to time; but there's nothing like an ice cold margarita on a sunny day.
Those tequila-infused Mexican drinks are so good, they are worthy of their very own holiday.
The day for celebrating the might margarita is here (or about to be), fine friends: Tomorrow -- Saturday, February 22 -- is National Margarita Day.
Obviously, there are many ways to commemorate the occasion, but revelry is always best with company.
Here's a list of five places to hang for this very special day.
For the most epic holiday of all, all Rocco's locations are celebrating with discounted drinks. All day long it'll be serving $5 margaritas and $15 pitchers.
For those looking to celebrate without going full on Mexican for the day, the haute Asian chain is serving super healthy (or, we can pretend, at least) organic agave nectar margaritas throughout the day.
This gentrified Mexican chain is offering some serious drinking deals to get guests in the mood to commemorate. It's mixing $1 margaritas and $5 CoronaRitas all day long.
Both Cantina locations (Palm Beach Gardens and Hallandale) are serving $8 specialty margaritas throughout the weekend. The Tres Amigos (normally $12.25) is a Giro silver tequila margarita with Cointreu saddled with a shot of Sauza Hornitos on one side and a Coronita on the other -- it's the perfect drink for those who cannot make up their mind.
The Irish may be better known for whiskey than tequila, but seriously, what would you rather drink on the beach? To mark the occasion, the beachfront bar is serving fresh strawberry margaritas for seven bucks a piece.
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