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Where to drink up for National Margarita Day

One tequila, two tequila, twenty tequila

Ink Block’s swanky new date night spot, Lion’s Tail, will kick off their Tacos at the Tail happy hour in honor of the national day of margs. For each $13 margarita you purchase, you have your pick of one of Chef Diego Osorno’s four delectable tacos — ranging from braised short rib with guac and onion relish to tempura swordfish with pickled veg and Monterey habanero cheese — on the house. As for margaritas, you can sip their house concoction made with tequila, Combier liqueur, fresh lime and agave. 354 Harrison Ave., lionstailboston.com

The Painted Burro in Davis has pit two incredibly tasty-sounding margaritas in a fight to the… um, finish, for the days leading up to Margarita Day. For $14, guests can purchase a flight of both the Prickly Pear and Wildberry Lavender margaritas and cast their vote for the tastiest invention. The winner will be announced Wednesday when the favored flavor finds a permanent home on the menu. 219 Elm St., Somerville, thepaintedburro.com


You can DIY your own Don Julio margaritas at Tico on Wednesday night. A smorgasbord of sides, mix-ins and tequila will be up for grabs, while Michael Schlow’s South End restaurant dishes out complimentary chips and salsa all night. DJ Dolo will be spinning live, so you won’t need to rely solely on liquid courage when the rhythm takes you over. Bonus: $30 margarita pitchers will be available all week through the 26th.222 Berkley St, ticoboston.com

Starting Wednesday, Cask ’n Flagonin Fenway will serve the Cinnamon Honey Margarita, a one-night-only creation that combines Fireball and El Jimador Blanco for the most trouble-making of all trouble-making margaritas. They’ll also shake up specialty flavors like Strawberry Jalapeño and Peach. Pair with their house-smoked barbecue for a night of epically good decisions. 62 Brookline Ave., casknflagon.com


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Celebrate the recent re-opening of Back Bay favorite, Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar, where they’ll be dishing out table-side tequila shots and an enhanced dining menu to go with their shiny new upgrades. (Um, Mexican-fried chicken, anyone?) With eight varieties of margaritas — ranging from elderflower-guava White Lie to the spicy strawberry Diablo — available by the pitcher and four extra fruity, extra boozy (with a splash of Ancho Chile or Lejay Cassis for $2 more) frozen margs on the menu, you’re sure to get your fix. 271 Dartmouth St., lolitatequilabars.com

 

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