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

National Margarita Day is Feb. 22.

National Margarita Day is Feb. 22.

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
By 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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