Where to Get Boozy in San Antonio on National Tequila Day

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There’s no wrong way to enjoy tequila, and on Wednesday, July 24 – National Tequila Day – you’ll find plenty of San Antonio spots celebrating the spirit with food and drink specials. ¡Salud!

Mariachi Bar // The Cortez family-owned bar is teaming up with Avión Tequila to host the special spirited party featuring local DJs, a mariachi performance, prize giveaways and, of course, tequila. The musical side of the festivities kick off at 3 p.m., and run through 10 p.m. 218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262, facebook.com



La Panadería // Tequila doesn’t always need a glass. At La Panadería,
brothers David and Jose Cáceres celebrate the occasion with a variety of pastries including the Tequila Almond, Tequila Tres Leches and Tequila Apple croissants. Multiple locations, lapanaderia.com

La Gloria // Head to chef Johnny Hernandez's signature restaurant for an evening filled with mariachi serenades and specials like the $6 Herradura Double Barrel Añejo shots or $7 Palomas made with El Jimador Reposado. Multiple locations, facebook.com



The Rustic // In honor of National Tequila Day, the Rustic is serving $5 margaritas all day, in addition to the house tequila and taco flights. 17619 La Cantera Pkwy Ste 204, (210) 245-7500, facebook.com

Taco Cabana // The local Tex-Mex chain is expanding its booze menu to include $2 shots, including the new Sopapilla Shots, beer and sangria pitchers. On Wednesday, customers can raise their glasses to $1 shots of Sauza Gold Tequila, available at select locations. Multiple locations, tacocabana.com

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