4 Restaurant Chains Offering Cheap Margaritas on Monday

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Monday is National Margarita Day. While the “holiday” might be debatable, the drink specials are not. Here are four of the largest restaurant chains celebrating with discounts today:

On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina

This establishment bills itself as the “MargaritAuthority” and official restaurant of National Margarita Day. It is offering its best price of the year on its best-selling cocktail, the House Margarita.

The 12-ounce drink will be served frozen or on the rocks all day for $2, which includes free endless chips and house-made salsa.

On the Border has more than 150 restaurants in 33 states.

Tony Roma’s

This chain’s Classic Romarita is $2.22 at participating locations. (Call ahead to confirm whether a restaurant is participating, as a news release does not specify.)

Although Tony Roma’s is known for ribs, the Romarita is the chain’s signature and most popular cocktail.

Bahama Breeze Island Grille

This chain is using National Margarita Day to kick off its Viva la ‘Rita 2016 by introducing six new handcrafted margaritas.

Viva la ‘Rita also includes Margarita Mondays this year, which means pitchers of the new margaritas are $20 every Monday from today through April 10.

Bahama Breeze has restaurants in 16 states.

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville

At the restaurant chain named for the drink, different locations are offering different drink specials. Check the restaurant’s blog post about National Margarita Day for links to each location’s specials.

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