Celebrate National Margarita Day in Boston
Friday, February 20, 2015 at 12:24 PM | Alexa Mellardo
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Boston-area restaurants will be serving a variety of luscious concoctions to celebrate National Margarita Day on February 22nd so gear up, Bostonians and get your drinking cap on. For your binge drinking selection ease, Joonbug has compiled the ultimate roundup of venues to get your margarita fix in honor of this awesome holiday.

Besito Mexican

(75 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington, MA; and Mall at Chestnut Hill)

One of Besito's signature margaritas is taking this holiday by storm. Besito proudly boasts all natural ingredients to make up their luscious margaritas. Celebrate National Margarita Day with Besito's La Sandia Margarita, prepared with fresh watermelon, agave nectar, juice from half a lime, PATRON Premium Silver Tequila and a fresh piece of watermelon to garnish. An invigorating, fresh treat!

Haru

(55 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA)

Harus’ Green Tea Margarita ($13) is the perfect companion/accomplice to commemorate this holiday with. Highlighting Patrón Silver Tequila, sweet green tea powder, Cointreau and sour mix, this lavish cocktail will certainly satisfy both of your sweet and sour cravings.

Legal Harborside

(270 Northern Ave, Boston, MA)

This venue’s Top Shelf Margarita ($13) is the definition of top-notch, prepared with Cointreau, Patrón Reposado Tequila, lime cordial and lemon juice. The Top Shelf is available on the first floor. Take it to the rooftop to sip Legal Harborside’s Top Deck Margarita (single - $10; small - $28 large - $55), made with triple sec, LSF barrel-selected Corazon Anejo Tequila and lime.

Legal Sea Foods (all locations) & Legal Test Kitchen

(225 Northern Ave, Boston, MA)

The Mango Margarita ($10) is a simply refreshing, lavish date to spend National Margarita Day with, decked in a vibrant, eye-catching ensemble. This cocktail features Bols Triple Sec, Pueblo Viejo Blanco Tequila, lime, mango nectar and agave.

Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake

(384 Boylston St, Boston, MA)

For those urbanites who like a hot kick to their margarita, Poe’s Kitchen has you covered with their Cranberry Jalapeno Margarita ($12). Poe’s margarita spotlights Rattlesnake margarita mix, Patrón Añejo, muddled cranberries & jalapeños and Drambuie.

TAMO Bistro & Bar

(One Seaport Lane, Boston, MA)

The TAMO Fever ($12) is making a hot statement this Margarita Day, highlighting Clement Shrubb liqueur, Patron Silver Tequila, fresh lime juice, muddled jalapeño and agave nectar. The cocktail boasts a sea salt & black pepper rim and jalapeño garnish.

Temazcal Tequila Cantina

(250 Northern Avenue, Boston, MA; 500 Market St, Lynnfield, MA)

Temazcal’s En Fuego ($10), certainly lives up to its prestigious name, prepared with Patron Citronge, Jalapepeno infused Tequila, fresh lime juice, blood orange puree and agave nectar.

Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill

(699 Assembly Row, Somerville, MA)

Tony C’s knows how to throw it down on National Margarita Day with their Hometown Heat ($9).  This margarita is made with El Jimador Tequila, Triple Sec, lime, muddled jalapeño and a tasty salt/cayenne rim garnish.

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