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Zona Fresca Celebrates National Margarita Day Sunday With $0.22 Margaritas

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The next best thing to a free margarita is a very inexpensive margarita. To celebrate National Margarita Day on February 22, every Zona Fresca in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties is practically giving them away for only $0.22 each.

You will need to bust out pennies for this deal. But there is a small catch. You have to purchase a meal of $6.50 or more.

See Also: Zona Fresca in Pompano Beach Sticks to the Formula

Aside from the cheap margaritas, Zona Fresca is known for serving Mexican dishes for under $10. The menu features many items: chicken burritos, Baja fish tacos, quesadillas, chili rellenos, fresh ceviche and salads. It's not that hard to get behind Mexican food because all of it is generally delicious.

The Sunday margarita special isn't the only deal happening at Zona Fresca in February. Every day during the month, Zona Fresca is selling its signature ZonaRita for $2.22. The drinks are made with fresh, all-natural ingredients and with freshly squeezed juices instead of syrups.

If $6.50 of a meal wasn't enough to satisfy and you feel like saving your pennies for more margaritas, you can always partake in unlimited and free tortilla chips and a wide selection of fresh toppings at Zona Fresca's signature salsa bar. Happy Margarita Day, hold on to your sombreros.

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