What is it about margaritas that can make any meal feel so festive? This beloved tequila cocktail combines delicious notes of salty and sweet to deliver a wonderful and unique flavor experience. On February 22nd, otherwise known as National Margarita Day, come to K. Pacho and celebrate in style! With a live DJ and complimentary Olmeca Altos tastings, who wouldn’t want to spend the holiday at K. Pacho? While we love them all year long, there’s nothing better than enjoying a margarita (or two) on this special day dedicated just for this delicious beverage. The classic margarita features tequila, triple sec and lime juice but our bartenders have many creative and tasty variations for you to sample. Fresh Mexican cuisine and a lively atmosphere will round out the perfect National Margarita Day experience!


Who Invented the Margarita?

The origin of the margarita is somewhat mysterious, with multiple bartenders trying to take credit for creating this delicious cocktail. We do know the drink originated in Mexico, where a straight shot of tequila would often be accompanied by a lime wedge and a dash of salt. Beginning sometime in the 1930’s or 40s, the margarita was introduced as a much sweeter reinvention of that classic tequila experience. The mix of flavors was delightful, intriguing, and incredibly memorable.

One popular story says that in 1948, socialite Margaret Sames featured margaritas at a dinner party. One of her guests loved it so much that he requested the recipe and added the cocktail to his hotel bar’s menu. From there, margaritas grew more and more popular, culminating in 1977 with Jimmy Buffett’s famous hit song “Margaritaville”. This sweet and salty concoction eventually became one of the most popular cocktails of all time. Today, margaritas remain the perfect drink for celebrating any happy occasion. Especially if that occasion happens to be National Margarita Day!


An Extensive Margarita Menu

At K. Pacho’s margaritas are serious business all year long, and they’re as beautiful to look at as they are full of flavor. The menu features 10 unique margarita varieties, ensuring quite a range of delightful options for every palate.

If you’re in the mood for a spicy kick, try the Spice, Spice Baby Margarita or the Wild Child Margarita, both of which feature Tanteo Jalapeno Tequila and will definitely bring the heat.  Enjoy the bold, tropical flavors of the Passion Fruit Margarita, with Sauza Hornitos Silver Tequila and passion fruit puree. The Sinner and the Saint Margarita is popular for delicious flavors and stunning presentation, including a salt rim, fresh basil leaves, mango puree, and St. Germain Tequila. For a sweet and refreshing combination, try the Lime In The Coconut Margarita, which blends Olmecca Altos Blanco Tequila, crème de cacao and coconut puree.  With such a wide collection of tasty options, there’s simply no better place to celebrate National Margarita Day than K. Pacho.


Inventive, Flavorful Mexican Cuisine

What do you pair with a delicious margarita? Mouthwatering Mexican food made with fresh ingredients, of course. K. Pacho’s inventive menu features several showstopping dishes, like the popular Flaming Cheese appetizer, a delicious four-cheese fondue served at the table with a rum fire. Taco lovers will be pleased to choose from five flavorful varieties, featuring ingredients like roasted chicken, seared pork loin and pineapple mango salsa. If you have a taste for seafood, enjoy the scrumptious K. Pacho Paella, which has fragrant saffron rice topped with clams, mussels, calamari, shrimp and chorizo sausage. The menu also accommodates diners with diet restrictions, including options that are vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free. Try to leave some room for dessert! The sweet treats on the menu include gourmet churros, coconut Tres Leche cake and a decadent Mexican mudslide made with Kahlua, Tequila, Bailey’s and ice cream.


This February 22nd, enjoy a festive atmosphere, amazing margaritas, and delicious Mexican food. Book your reservation today for a memorable National Margarita Day celebration!