National Margarita Day in DC: Celebrating with specials at Mission Dupont, El Techo, and Le Sel

El Techo

As February 22 approaches, margarita enthusiasts in DC are gearing up to celebrate National Margarita Day in style. This iconic cocktail, known for its refreshing blend of tequila, lime juice, and orange liqueur, has captured the hearts of many, and local establishments are ready to mark the occasion with enticing specials and deals. Let’s delve into our picks for where to have an unforgettable National Margarita Day experience: Mission Dupont, El Techo, and Le Sel.

Mission: Dupont Circle’s Margarita Haven

Situated in the heart of Dupont Circle, Mission stands out as a go-to destination for margarita lovers. It plans to tantalize patrons with $6 Mission margaritas, $5 Sauza shots, and $7 Patron shots from 4 pm until closing. BTW – Mission Navy Yard is offering the same National Margarita Day deal.

El Techo: A Tropical Oasis in Shaw

Nestled in Shaw, El Techo is renowned for its vibrant rooftop setting. Embracing the spirit of National Margarita Day, El Techo is poised to delight its customers with flavored margaritas for $9, including classic lime, mango, prickly pear, and blackberry, and its specialty white frozen margarita that is a a blend of banana, pineapple & white chocolate. Whether reveling in the picturesque views or savoring their mouthwatering tapas, guests at El Techo will relish the National Margarita Day experience.

Le Sel: A Taste of Parisian Elegance in Downtown DC

Adding a touch of Parisian elegance to the festivities, Le Sel, the beloved French bistro nestled within Kimpton Banneker Hotel, is set to elevate National Margarita Day with its own Grand Margarita for $16. This delightful and decadent rendition of the classic margarita boasts a French flair, blending Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, blanco tequila, and fresh citrus.

Whether you choose to indulge in Mission’s vibrant atmosphere, savor El Techo’s tropical charm, or immerse yourself in Le Sel’s Parisian allure, National Margarita Day is a time to raise a glass, savor every sip, and revel in the joy of camaraderie — responsibly of course.

Troy Petenbrink

Troy, also known as The Gay Traveler, is a well known travel and food writer. His has been a regular contributor to a variety of outlets including National Geographic, Travel Channel, DCRefined, CBS Local, and Metro Weekly. He also appears on local Washington news outlets as a travel expert.

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