Don't be salty: here's where to get a National Margarita Day deal in San Antonio Feb. 22

The Hayden, Picks Bar and Smashin’ Crab are all getting in on the salty, lime-loaded fun.

click to enlarge The Good Kind will offer their botanical take on the classic cocktail at half-price on Feb. 22. - Photo courtesy of The Good Kind
Photo courtesy of The Good Kind
The Good Kind will offer their botanical take on the classic cocktail at half-price on Feb. 22.
If you’re like us, you don’t need a pinche food holiday to tell you its okay to sip margs all day — but alas, National Margarita Day exists anyway. So, on Wednesday, Feb. 22, several local bars and restaurants are celebrating in a big way.

Here’s where you can get yourself a deal — or just a special variety — on a salty, lime-loaded tipple in celebration of National Margarita Day.

click to enlarge Smashin' Crab's margarita. - Photo courtesy of Smashin' Crab
Photo courtesy of Smashin' Crab
Smashin' Crab's margarita.
Smashin’ Crab will be offering a two-for-one special on all of their margarita varieties, which each include the restaurant's signature hand-shaken “Smash’d Mix” in flavors such as guava, mango, passionfruit and others. The seafood spot will also offer something a little spicy — marg version that includes fiery Ancho Reyes Verde liqueur and jalapeño pepper. Multiple locations,

The Good Kind will offer their botanical take on the classic cocktail at half-price throughout the day on Feb. 22. The Good Kind Margarita — available frozen or on the rocks — features tequila blanco, fresh lime and orange juice, as well as house made simple syrup and a splash of soda. Guests can also enjoy a variety of additional flavor combinations including peach, mango, strawberry, hibiscus and cherry lime. 1127 S. St. Mary's St., (210) 801-5892,

Picks Bar is celebrating with margarita specials from 4 p.m.-2 a.m., including $5 Cazadores margaritas on the rocks and $18 Cazadores pitchers. Also on the list are Patrón Reposado margaritas for $7, and representatives from Patrón will be on site from 7:30-9:30 p.m. with swag. Guests can also nosh on complimentary chips and salsa for the evening. 4553 N. Loop 1604 W., #1101, (210)-253-9220,

click to enlarge The Hayden's margarita. - Photo courtesy of The Hayden
Photo courtesy of The Hayden
The Hayden's margarita.
The Hayden will offer $5 margaritas — frozen and on the rocks — throughout the day. Both versions can be ordered in flavor varieties such as peach, coconut, hibiscus and spicy. 4025 Broadway St., (210) 437-4306,

Domingo at Canopy by Hilton San Antonio Riverwalk will offer signature Margs for $5 on its River Walk-level dining room and patio all day long. 123 North Saint Mary's St., 210-404-7516,

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria will offer Black Cherry and Blood Orange margaritas made with black cherry and blood orange purees, respectively. Both include Casamigos Reposado tequila and citrus juices as well as a black salt rim. Multiple locations,

Taco Cabana will offer a Double Crunch Pizza (DCP) bundle all day long, consisting of the guest’s choice of a frozen margarita — which come in flavors such as blue curaçao, dragon fruit or strawberry mango — paired with any of the newly-launched Double Crunch Pizza for $7. Multiple locations,

Ambler Texas Kitchen + Cocktails at Hotel Contessa will offer happy hour pricing on certain cocktails — Fire in the Sky, Poblano Daiquiri and Oaxaca Old Fashioned — and will debut a specialty margarita called the La Casita featuring El Jimador Blanco tequila, citrus, agave and orange bitters. Each of the four tipples will be available for $8 during a Margarita Day happy hour from 5-7 p.m. 306 W. Market St., (210) 298-8040,

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