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Here’s Where to Celebrate National Margarita Day in Westchester

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Whether you’re celebrating National Margarita Day or simply looking for the perfect Taco Tuesday sip, you’ll love these cocktails.

It’s five o’clock somewhere, and it’s National Margarita Day tomorrow! There’s no harm in kicking off the festivities early, so, without further ado, here are a few spots to sip margaritas in Westchester. Plus, did we mention tomorrow is also Taco Tuesday?


1 Willet Ave, Port Chester; 914.937.8226

Coconut Margarita bartaco

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Why celebrate the beloved margarita on one day only when you can do so everyday for 30? This hip, waterside taco hotspot, dedicated to high-quality, fresh ingredients, is launching a new margarita-inspired cocktail every week for the entire month of March, beginning on National Margarita Day (February 22). Limited-time offerings include the first-up lime in the coconut margarita, followed by the taste-tempting hibiscus mezcalita and the tongue-twisting mango chamoy margarita. Bottoms up in any tongue, we say!


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El Barrio

185 Summerfield St, Scarsdale; 914.723.2600

Head here for small plates, wood-fired quesadillas, a tortilla-wrapped burger with fig jam and Oaxacan cheese (oh my!), and an arm’s length line-up of margaritas from which to choose. Cheers!


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Jack’s Bar & Restaurant

219 Main St, Eastchester; 914.652.7650

There are plenty of celebratory choices at this self-described “Irish pub with flair,” and the blackberry marg with house-made blackberry syrup is certainly a standout. Pro tip: Pair it with the mahi mahi fish tacos that come with an addicting mango habanero sauce (just saying).

La Casa Bronxville

7 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville; 914.222.9016

A curated marg menu awaits at this upscale yet relaxed neighborhood gem, but the one with spice goes down real nice! Ask for it by name: The La Casa Spicy Margarita, fashioned from spicy tequila, agave, and fresh lime.

La Chinita Poblana

61 Main St, Irvington; 914.231.9398

You can’t go wrong with a margarita from the marg menu at this Rivertown fave where authentic Mexican comfort fare blends seamlessly with elevated entrées (consider the oven-roasted duck with sweet-butter plantains), and a feeling of fiesta is always in the air.

LALA Taqueria

150 Larchmont Ave, Larchmont; 914.834.2244

Classic and fruity margaritas are a specialty here, but if a juicy case of indecision strikes, fall back on a flight of tequila or mezcal and thank us later.

Tipsy Taco Bar

487 E Main St, Mount Kisco; 914.218.3460

With tipsy in the title, and Tuesday being the big day, it might be worth a stop for a sip and a nosh. Sixty-plus tequilas and mezcals line the shelves, and the taco menu stands at 14-strong.


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391 Old Post Rd, Bedford; 914.234.8900

And now for something completely different: a red mandarin margarita! It pairs perfectly with New Mexican-inspired cuisine that sways seasonal and local. We’ll drink to that!


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189 E. Hartsdale Ave, Hartsdale; 914.723.0010

The margarita offerings are endless here, where owner Jeevan Pullan has been known to gush: “I love all things Mexican.” That’s abundantly evident in the crave-worthy eats (Don’t miss the birria soup. Yes, soup.) and the Spicy Diablo margarita, made with in-house infused jalapeno tequila, passion fruit, and fresh lime.


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