Where to celebrate National Tequila Day

Thumbnail image for Bombers Birthday Margarita .jpgSo it turns out today is National Tequila Day. Yep, that's a thing. And Alisa wrote with a question:

National Tequila Day is Thursday July 24. Does anyone have some good suggestions as to where to celebrate after work?

Anybody have thoughts about where to get a good Margarita, Mule or Texas Two Step -- or just some straight tequila in the Capital Region?


Photo: Kim D.

Comments

Isn't every day National Tequila Day?

El Mariachi on Washington Ave in Albany (say hello to Brian, the bartender).

El Loco (down on Madison Ave by Willett St) in Albany has some of the best Margaritas and Tequila selection in the area, by far. Their Margaritas are house-made and don't have sour mix. Very, VERY tasty!

The only good margarita I've had in this area was at Friday's at Stuyvesant Plaza.

AOA should have a like button. Thanks!

El Loco's frozen margaritas (I am partial to the Ginger one) for sure

Shouldn't it be International Tequila Day?

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