Grab your salts and lime, it’s National Margarita Day

National Margarita Day
Cantina Dos Segundos.

Whether you like yours sweet, spicy or sour—here is where to celebrate National Margarita Day in Philadelphia on Wednesday, Feb. 22. 


The Stephen Starr hotspot is offering $10 classic margaritas and $12 flavored margaritas for the spirited holiday all day long. Or, thirsty Philadelphians can opt-in for happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. for $6 options. 

1739-1749 N. Front Street,

Añejo Philly

On Feb. 22, Añejo Philly will celebrate National Margarita Day in Philadelphia with a Margarita Day Happy Hour from 5 to 7 p.m., with half-price pitchers, $5 tacos and special additions. Diners can also check out discounted birria nachos, elote nachos, carnitas fries, chicken empanadas, guacamole and more. Special margarita flavors and features will also be sprinkled throughout the holiday. 

National Margarita Day in Philadelphia
Anejo Philly.

1001 N. 2nd St. in the Piazza,

Fitz on 4th

Fitz will be celebrating the holiday by offering their take on a margarita, aka the Fresh Berry Margarita. The $14 drink is said to be the “perfect combination of sour and sweet”, and is made with reposado tequila, fresh muddled berries, lime, berries and a lime sugar rim.

743 S. 4th Street,

Oyster House

If you’re looking for something unique and different for National Margarita Day in Philadelphia, Oyster House will be offering its Firing Squad margarita, made with jalapeno-infused tequila, Angostura, pomegranate and house-made grenadine. 

National Margarita Day in Philadelphia
Oyster HouseProvided

1516 Sansom Street,

Libertee Grounds

While mini-golfing and hanging at this adult playground, Philadelphians can also sip on a Winter Marg for $14, made with tequila, rosemary-infused Cointreau, blood orange, and lime. Or, upgrade your libation for $2 with Casamigos Blanco while here on Feb. 22.

1600 W. Girard Ave., Suite C5,

Buena Onda 

All three Buena Onda locations (Rittenhouse, Fairmount and Radnor) will be celebrating the holiday with $16 classic margarita pitchers and $20 seasonal flavored margarita pitchers, including mango, prickly pear, pineapple, watermelon, guava and strawberry (not valid on frozen options). Diners can pair their drinks with $1 chips and salsa for Happy Hour from 6 to 8 p.m. as well.

National Margarita Day in Philadelphia
Buena Onda.Provided

Multiple locations,

Cantina La Martina

It’s more than just National Margarita Day in Philadelphia at this local hotspot, it’s also Cantina’s 1 year anniversary. And to celebrate, Philadelphians can indulge in a celebration dubbed “Dos” with a Señor Machete – aka Chef Jimenez’s 24-inch long quesadilla made with house-made corn masa regularly priced at $28 for $22.22. Also for $22.22, guests will receive two margaritas and two orders of chips and salsa, plus the restaurant will also be offering $2 tacos, two wings for $2, and two ribs for $2 from 4 to 11 p.m. this Wednesday. 

2800 D Street,

El Rey

For the spirited occasion, Center City’s El Rey will be offering  $8 flavored margaritas and $5 watermelon jello shots for all thirsty Philadelphians. 

2013 Chestnut Street,

Cantina Dos Segundas 

According to a release, Cantina Dos Segundos will offer $7 house margaritas (flavors include original, pineapple, raspberry, mango, passionfruit, guava, blood orange, strawberry, soursop, papaya, hibiscus, cucumber, jalapeño, blackberry and watermelon), $8 Raspados Mexicanos, aka frozen mango margaritas in a snow cone with chunky mango, chamoY and tajin, plus $5 virgin margaritas for folks extending their Dry January.

National Margarita Day in Philadelphia
Cantina Dos Segundos.Provided

931 N. 2nd Street,

Grace and Proper

Philadelphia’s new vintage Eurobar Grace and Proper is celebrating National Margarita Day with a classic, according to a release. From 4 p.m. to midnight, Grace and Proper will offer “If It Ain’t Broke” a classic craft margarita using 100% blue weber agave for only $8. Beverage Director Scott Rodrigue said, “We want to offer a classic well-made margarita for our discerning patrons – and ensure quality instead of discounting down to $5. None of that well garbage.”

941 S. 8th Street,

Cavanaugh’s Headhouse

Cavanaugh’s Headhouse will be hosting a Margarita Day Jam this Wednesday, Feb. 22. While here, specials include $5 House Margaritas, $7 Jameson Orange Margaritas and $2 off nachos. And for those who want to jump on the guitar, drum kit, bass or harmonica? Musicians who are looking for a place to jam out and people that want to take in some great tunes are invited to pair their margaritas with some music. @tony_thedrummer on Instagram will be hosting the night with his drum kit, and if you want to participate, you can send him a DM or just stop by. Music begins at 8 p.m.

421 S. 2nd Street,

Tio Flores

Tio on South Street will be celebrating National Margarita Day in Philadelphia with classic margaritas for $7 and a Mezcalita for $8, both served on the rocks. Or, diners can make their drink flavored for $1 more, with options including mango pineapple, cranberry sage, pink guava and blood orange. All margaritas at Tio Flores can also be made spicy if you’re looking to add some heat.

National Margarita Day in Philadelphia.
Tio FloresProvided

1600 South Street,