“If life gives you limes, make margaritas.”-Jimmy Buffet
It’s time to break out the blenders, salt, and all the limes you can get your hands on because it is time to celebrate one of our favorite happy hour drinks. Even though the weather isn’t quite warm enough yet to break out our sandals and sunglasses doesn’t mean we can’t cozy up with a nice refreshing margarita, right? National Margarita Day is this Friday the 22nd and we have all of the local #DowntownSac hot spots for you to go to get yourself the perfect after work drink!
Places to celebrate all things margarita!
Tequila Museo Mayahuel: What better way to celebrate the margarita than at the museum of tequila! Located at 1200 K Street, Mayahuel is the perfect destination for tequila aficionados. In addition to severing classic margaritas they also give you the opportunity to sign up to be part of their tequila club where you can be the first to know about the newest tequilas and partake in special tastings 4 times a year!
La Terraza: Located in the Old Sacramento Waterfront, La Terraza has the perfect outdoor scenery for you to sip margaritas to your hearts content. You will have more than enough options to choose from with one half of the drink menu being dedicated to all different combinations of the beloved drink.
Cilantro’s Mexican Restaurant & Bar: If you are looking for a place to wash down your authentic Mexican food with some tasty margaritas look no further than Cilantro’s Mexican Restaurant & Bar located on 705 J Street. It is also the perfect happy hour destination to sit down and indulge in a nice blended margarita after a long work week or before a long night out!
La Cosecha: Cesar Chavez Plaza is where you can go to find good food, music, and of course tequila! It is even the perfect place to share an ice-cold margarita pitcher with friends outside on the patio in front of a warm fire pit. At La Cosecha you can experience tequila tastings, and if you are looking for some snacks to go with all your tequila, they even offer tequila food pairing events as well!
Header photo courtesy of: Tequila Museo Mayahuel