23 places in Sugar Land and Missouri City to celebrate National Margarita Day today, Feb. 22

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Start the weekend early and celebrate National Margarita Day today at one of these spots in Sugar Land or Missouri City:

SUGAR LAND: 

1) Berryhill
13703 Hwy. 59
281-313-8226
www.berryhillbajagrill.com

2) Cafe Adobe
2329 Hwy. 6
281-277-1700
www.cafeadobe.com

3) Carmelo’s Mexican Grill
4888 Hwy. 90A
281-494-2031
www.carmelosmexicangrill.com

4) Casa de Bravos
4514 Hwy. 6
281-242-2272
www.casadebravos.com

5) Chuy’s
320 Hwy. 6
281-277-0156
www.chuys.com

6) El Vaquero Mexican Diner
6560 Greatwood Parkway
281-545-1861
www.elvaquerogreatwood.com

7) Escalante’s
15933 City Walk
281-242-1100
www.escalantes.net

8) Los Gallitos Mexican Cafe
3385 Hwy. 6
281-313-1401
www.mygallitos.com

9) Los Tios Mexican Restaurant
3308 Hwy. 6 South
281-980-1313
www.lostiosrestaurants.com

10) Lupe Tortilla
15801 Hwy. 59
281-265-7500
www.lupetortilla.com

11) Lupitas Mexican Restaurant
3121 Hwy. 6
281-265-6556
www.lupitassugarland.com

12) Pacific Coast Taco
1525 Lake Pointe Parkway, Ste. 600
281-980-0403
www.pacificcoasttaco.com

13) Pappasito’s Cantina
13750 Hwy. 59
281-565-9797
www.pappasitos.com

14) Ruthie’s Tex Mex
5022 Hwy. 90A, Ste. P
281-491-7884
www.ruthiestexmex.com

15) Taqueria Mexicano Grill and Bar
15267 Hwy. 59
281-325-1028
www.facebook.com/taqueriamexicano12

16) Torchy’s Tacos
15810 Hwy. 59
281-313-5110
www.torchystacos.com

MISSOURI CITY: 

17) Casa Vaqueros
2140 FM 1092
281-208-3990
www.casavaqueros.com

18) Fajita Pete’s
6144 Sienna Ranch Road, Ste. 700
346-304-2412
www.fajitapetes.com

19) Fuzzy’s Taco Shop
4875 Hwy. 6
346-304-2424
www.fuzzystacoshop.com

20) La Escondida Mexican Grill
7270 Hwy. 6 S.
281-403-3306
www.laescondidagrill.com

21) Ninfa’s
5730 Hwy. 6
281-499-5070
www.ninfasmissouricity.com

22) Soto’s Kitchen
2899 Dulles Ave.
832-539-1757
www.sotoskitchenhouston.com

23) Ula’s Mexican Restaurant & Cantina
9009 Sienna Christus Drive
281-778-9345
www.texmexicanfood.com

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Beth Marshall
Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.
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