National Margarita Day is no longer a one-day holiday.
This year, we’re seeing more restaurant chains offering margarita deals on multiple days, if not weeks.
At some of the following chains, you don’t have to wait until Thursday — the actual National Margarita Day — to enjoy the popular cocktail for as little as $2. And at one restaurant, you can enjoy discounted ‘ritas even after the holiday has passed.
All that’s left to do is to call ahead to your nearest location to confirm it is participating in these deals.
1. Bahama Breeze Island Grille
This chain’s Classic Margarita is $2.22 on Thursday.
Also on the holiday, each of Bahama Breeze’s locations nationwide will give away a margarita-colored bottle of nail polish to the first 100 guests, with the purchase of food or drink.
National Margarita Day is also when Bahama Breeze kicks off Viva la ‘Rita, a celebration that will run until April 8. The chain tells Money Talks News, “Guests can keep an eye on Bahama Breeze’s Instagram for opportunities to complete their margarita-inspired nail polish collection each week during Viva la ‘Rita.”
2. On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina
This casual chain’s classic House Margarita, aka its Classic ‘Rita, is $2 now through Thursday.
Just mind the fine print, which states that you must dine in and request this discounted price when ordering. It also states that the Classic ‘Rita may cost $3 in some states due to local liquor regulations.
Also, on Thursday only, On The Border is offering a free bowl of Original Queso to folks who dine in and order a regular-price adult entree. The fine print states this offer cannot be combined with others, however.
3. Tony Roma’s
This restaurant chain refers to National Margarita Day as “National Romarita Day” — although this year at the chain it lasts all week. So, Tony Roma’s Classic Romarita is $4 now through Sunday, Feb. 25.
While Tony Roma’s is known for ribs, the Romarita is its signature cocktail, introduced in the 1990s. The drink features top-shelf liquors like Sauza Gold Tequila and Cointreau triple sec.
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