Where to celebrate National Margarita Day in Philly

Buena Onda

Grab your salt and limes and let some top Philly spots do the rest for National Margarita Day, which is this Monday, Feb. 22. Here is where you can sip on the tasty tequila drink around the city. 

Buena Onda

Jose Garces’ spot is open for pick-up, take-out, delivery and cocktails-to-go on National Margarita Day with their specials including $3 chips and salsa, a $5 classic margarita, a $25 pitcher of classic margarita (serves 4-5 people), $4 make at home margarita mix (with a delivery option, tequila is not included with the mix), plus two al pastor tacos for $5 and an option to add a Tecate beer on for $1 as well. 

1901 Callowhill St., buenaondatacos.com

Añejo Philly

You know that a place named after a tequila is going to have some unique options for this spirited holiday. The new Northern Liberties eatery is celebrating National Margarita Day with a special Añejo spirits dinner consisting of four food and tequila pairings for the true tequila aficionado. Examples of pairings to expect include a Herradura Silver with a shrimp cocktail, Herradura Reposado with picaditas, Herradura Anejo with lamb barbacoa, and a Herradura Ultra Cristalino with a Mexican chocolate flan. All cocktails will also be $7 after 7:30 p.m. at this hotspot.

1001 N. 2nd St., anejophilly.com

Añejo Philly. Provided


According to a release, this Monday, Philadelphians can head to the outdoor Spring Garden spot for $5 margaritas all evening from 4 to 10:30 p.m. The Classic Margarita features Libélula Tequila, Triple Sec, agave and lime, and diners can order it traditional or go for flavors like winter spice, pear, blood orange, spicy and blueberry—all are available for dine-in only. Diners can enjoy their drinks and food in the socially distanced privacy of a private, heated greenhouse as well. 

1033 Spring Garden St., junophilly.com


Rosy’s Taco Bar

Rosy’s is taking it up a notch for National Margarita Day this Monday. The Center City spot is offering a special happy hour for diners who are eating in with a $5 menu consisting of a classic house margarita and other food and drinks. Five-dollar options available include esquites, nachos, a quesadilla, churros, pollo tinga tacos, carnitas tacos, Mexican wines, Mexican beers and more. 

2220 Walnut St., rosystacobar.com

Rosy’s Taco Bar


Philadelphians have three different chances to indulge in margaritas this Monday when stopping by one of Pistola’s three locations around the city. Pistola’s Del Sur on East Passyunk is pouring an exclusive new margarita to commemorate the occasion with their “Don’t Call Me Baby” for $9, which is made with mezcal, lime, Averna, sherry and Creme de Cacoa. Plus, Philadelphians can also sip on $7 classic traditional margaritas while there. Then, in Center City, Jose Pistola’s is offering their Margarita de Tamarindo for $9, plus $7 classic traditional margaritas all day long as well. Lastly, in Fishtown, Sancho Pistola’s is offering “The Tam Jam” for $9 made with hibiscus, tamarindo, lime, agave and tequila. Diners can also look for another exclusive, Violette Tendencies made with Teremana Tequila, lemon, honey, flower water and Creme de Violette for $9, plus $7 classic traditional margaritas at this eatery as well. 


Multiple locations, pistoladelsur.com