Posted By Visit Mesa Team
February 22, 2019

5 Stops For National Margarita Day

These are some restaurants you will want to try out on National Margarita Day!

Gather up your drinking partners because Feb. 22 is National Margarita Day! Come celebrate with us by trying out new places and one-of-a-kind cocktails near you. So... sit back, relax and enjoy a refreshing Margarita at one of these bars and restaurants in Mesa!

Try out these restaurants!

Joyride Taco House

  • Do you like to have choices when it comes to your fruity Margarita cocktails? From Pineapple Mojito to Prickly Pear, there are a total of seven Margarita drinks to choose from at Joyride Taco House! Also for an upcharge, you can make your drink a high roller. So open up your Friday night and enjoy a specialty drink with your taco dinner!

Baja Joe's Mexican Cantina

  • Complement your Margarita with Baja Joe's traditional Mexican dishes that are prepared and served authentic to Mexico! Stop by during happy hour (Monday - Friday, 3 - 6 p.m.) for $6.00 18oz Margaritas or Sangrias. Your drink and your dish will be the perfect pair! Also, sit back and enjoy live music as well! What a night!

Order a specialty cocktail!

Pear and Pumpkin Spice Margarita - Board and Batten

  • Although this modern bistro isn't the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Margaritas, they sure do make an extraordinary drink that you must try! Their Pear and Pumpkin Spice Margarita is not only unusual, but provides a flavorful twist on your ordinary cocktail.

Dierks' Marg - Dierks Bently Whiskey Row

  • You will surely fall head-over-heels for the Dierks' Marg! This signature cocktail features Pueblo Viejo Tequila, Ancho Reyes Verde, house-made sour and a squeeze of lime, and finished with Dierks sweet and spicy rum! If you like unique, you'll love Dierks!

Who says Margarita has to be a drink?

  • It's okay to bend the rules if you are not a big cocktail fan! Instead of celebrating Margarita Day with a drink, celebrate it with Osteria's house-made Margherita pizza instead! Yum!