National Tequila Day is Saturday, July 24, and what better way to celebrate than with margarita specials, live music, and even Lucha Libre wrestling? In honor of one of our favorite national food holidays, we’ve rounded up the best places to celebrate the occasion across North Texas.
*We will continue adding to this list as more tequila-centric specials are announced.
This National Tequila Day, head to Uptown’s swanky Hotel Crescent Court for a refreshing margarita. The new Crescent Caliente Rita features Roca Patron Anejo tequila, a dash of Vida Mezcal, house made pineapple Cordial, and jalapeño to add a kick. On Saturday only, you can purchase the cocktail for $13 instead of the regular $18.
On July 24, Plano’s Legacy Hall is hosting a National Tequila Day celebration starting at 2 pm. Catch Lucha Libre wrestling, live Latin music from Money Chicha, and Patrón tequila cocktails all afternoon long. At 7 pm, you can purchase tickets for a special performance from Latin orchestra Havana NRG!
On Saturday, this favorite Dallas taco spot will be offering $3.50 margaritas and cervezas in celebration of National Tequila Day.
If you’re looking to celebrate National Tequila Day at home this year, you can order a half-gallon bag of frozen margarita from this favorite Dallas burger spot. It’s made with hand-squeezed juice and tequila. You can also opt for individual strawberry or Doble Fina margaritas from the to-go bar. Order online for pickup.
Inside of the newly renovated Beeman Hotel, this barbecue spot is hosting a tequila tasting for the national holiday at 5 pm. For $20, you’ll receive tastes of Insolito Tequila, Republic Tequila, Pepe Z Tequila, Socorro Tequila, and Veneno Tequila. There will also be light bites from the restaurant and live music by Brandon Callies.
In celebration of National Tequila Day, Meso Maya locations are offering house margaritas for $5, guacamole for $5, and queso for $5 all day.
In celebration of National Tequila Day, this Mexican restaurant at Omni Dallas Hotel is hosting a party on the patio from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm. This ticketed event will feature a welcome cocktail, Casamigos tequila tasting, and four taco stations. There will also be a live DJ and photo booth. Tickets cost $45 per person and can be purchase at the door or in advance by calling 214-979-2525.
Just in time for National Tequila Day, The Westin Dallas Stonebriar Golf Resort & Spa is launching a special new experience featuring margaritas. The Margarita Trail is a tasty new adventure hotel guests can take, so book a staycation and indulge.
Each guest will receive a Margarita Trail Passport where you will track each margarita you try at the property’s food and dining establishments. Full-service restaurant Herd & Hearth will feature a sparkling blood orange margarita. The pool bar, Ranch Water, will offer a Stonebriar Frozen Margarita. TopGolf Swing Suite will feature a Margarita Mulligan, and a spicy cucumber marg can be found at Beans & Barrel, the hotel cafe. Once you complete your passport, you’ll get a $50 dining credit at The Westin Stonebriar.
A hybrid dog park and bar, Uptown’s MUTTS Canine Cantina is hosting Bark and Booze all day this National Tequila Day. The cantina will be serving Barkaritas (for humans), which include 100-percent Agave tequila, premium orange liqueur, as well as fresh lemon and lime juice. Guests can also add a Sangria Popsicle which is made locally by Social Ice.
This National Tequila Day, this new seafood sports bar in the Design District is celebrating with $3 margaritas and tequila shots all day. There will also be live music by Matthew Banks from 8 pm to 10 pm.
For National Tequila Day, this popular Mexican spot is featuring its Margarita Flight (Machete, Classico, and Hibiscus) for $20 on Saturday. The restaurant also just debuted a new tequila flight for $35 called Flight of the Stars, Las Estrellas, including Casamigos Añejo (George Clooney), Teremana Blanco (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson), Codigo Rosa (George Strait), and Cincoro Reposado (Michael Jordan).
Celebrate National Tequila Day at one of Dallas’ classiest restaurants with Dean Fearing’s margarita. It’s made with Patrón Anejo tequila (containing a blend of two different barrels exclusive to Fearing’s), Damiana (a Texas-native flowering shrub), and agave nectar.
Head to this new Tex-Mex spot on Fitzhugh from Kyle Noonan (The Rustic) for the Millonario this National Tequila Day. Concocted by Daniel Sanchez, it comes with Casa Dragones Blanco, lime juice, Grand Marnier Louis-Alexandre, and champagne syrup.