National Tequila Day Deals in Miami

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The sultry Lavagave cocktail.
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Tequila is no longer a bad memory from college. The spirit has evolved into a sophisticated libation now celebrated in the most fashionable venues. In South Florida, you can join the tequila craze with a host of specials highlighting National Tequila Day, July 24. Here's a rundown of where to toast Mexico's beloved spirit:

Bagatelle Miami Beach
220 21st St., Miami Beach; 305-704-3900; bagatellemiami.com.
Miami Beach's swanky restaurant/lounge will celebrate the day with its Despacito cocktail ($17), made with Casamigos Reposado, Cointreau, lychee, and lime.  

Beaker & Gray
2637 N. Miami Ave., Miami; 305-699-2637; beakerandgray.com.
This Wynwood spot will honor National Tequila Day under the expert guidance of bar manager/owner Ben Potts. The Nom Nom Nom ($7) is made with Avion Blanco, Ancho Reyes Verde, and pineapple, and the WW ($15) offers a bit of bite courtesy of Avion Añejo, cacao, Thai chili, and Corazon bitters. The $5 happy-hour special Tommy's margarita is made with El Jimador, agave, and lime.

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Bodega Taqueria y Tequila
1222 16th St., Miami Beach; 305-704-2145; bodegasouthbeach.com.
On National Tequila Day, Bodega Taqueria y Tequila will serve the Pico Picante, made with tequila, lime, cucumber juice, and jalapeño syrup ($13), along with happy-hour specials that include $4 Avion tequila shots and a $6 tequila cocktail menu.

Cantina La Veinte
495 Brickell Ave. at Icon Brickell, Miami; 786-623-6135; www.cantinala20.com.
Spice lovers should opt for the jalapeño margarita ($16), made with Tanteo jalapeño tequila, Cointreau, lime juice, and agave ($16). The Mariachi Loco ($16), with Avíon Silver Tequila, 1800 Coconut Tequila, cucumber, pineapple, and agave, offers a tropical spin. If money is no object, Cantina La Veinte will offer two margaritas made with top-shelf tequilas: the Millionaire ($75), with Don Julio 1942, Grand Marnier, lime juice, and agave; and the Billionaire ($150), with Don Julio Real, Grand Marnier 1880, lime juice, and agave.

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2000 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-587-2000; doacantina.com.
Mixologist Josue “Josh” Gonzalez introduces agave nirvana in a glass via the Sensei Serenity ($16). The cocktail combines Casa Noble tequila, cucumber juice, honeydew, lime juice, and shiso leaves.  Enjoy with $5 bar bites such as crispy squid or chicken wings with a sweet ginger glaze.

Juniper on the Water
1975 S. Ocean Dr., Hallandale Beach; 954-544-3370; juniperonthewater.com.
Hidden amid Hallandale's rows of condos, this modern-American restaurant will celebrate National Tequila Day with a sunset margarita ($11), made with jalapeño-infused tequila, lime, and a tan salt rim. Visit during happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m., and you'll get it for $9.

Kings Bowl Doral
3450 NW 83rd Ave., Suite 152, Doral; 844-494-9400; kingsbowlamerica.com.
Make National Tequila Day a destination celebration at Kings Bowl. Order a Bad Habit ($11), containing strawberry, mango, and tequila, before heading to one of the venue's 14 ten-pin bowling lanes.

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Sorso's En Fuego
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Fontainebleau Miami Beach
4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 877-326-7412; fontainebleau.com.
This stylish Miami Beach landmark offers several ways to celebrate National Tequila Day. For those who love chemistry (and a good drink), head to Sorso by Scarpetta, where creations made by the resort's cocktail lab and infusion bar include the Dime Piece ($17), made with pineapple-infused Herradura tequila, Cointreau, cilantro, lime, and house-made pineapple shrub, and the En Fuego ($17), jalapeño-infused Corazon tequila, Sauvignon bBlanc, St-Germain, lemon, and agave. Guests can cool down with La Côte’s watermelon basil margarita ($18), made with Corralejo tequila, Cointreau, basil, watermelon, and hand-pressed lime juice. StripSteak by Michael Mina will offer the Notorious F.I.G. ($15), containing Partida Reposado tequila, Sotol por Siempre, Calvados, mission figs, and maple.

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Gianni’s at the Villa
1116 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach; 786-485-2200; vmmiamibeach.com/restaurant.
Nestled inside the former Versace mansion, Gianni's at the Villa Casa Casuarina offers Gianni's 24 Karat Golden Margarita ($24). The cocktail contains a gold-infused blend of Don Julio tequila, Grand Marnier, and freshly squeezed orange and lime juices.

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Living Room's Jalapeño Passion.
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Living Room
W South Beach Hotel & Residences, 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-938-3000.
Living Room offers the Jalapeño Passion ($16), made with Reposado tequila, passionfruit, jalapeño, lime juice, and basil; the Desert Rose ($16), with Reposado tequila, Thai syrup, Peychaud's bitters, cucumber, and fresh lemon juice; and the Belladonna ($16), a mixture of mezcal, Aperol, maraschino liquor, juice, and mint.

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Lolo's Surf Cantina
161 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach; 305-735-6973; loloscantina.com.
What better way to celebrate National Tequila Day than with a proper one-day-only tequila convention? From 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., Lolo's will offer samples of various tequila brands in the cantina's own specialty cocktails for just $8, which will go great with the eatery's tacos, quesadillas, and chalupas. There's also the Sour Coyote ($14), containing reposado tequila, lemon, passionfruit, chili, and egg white.

9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour; 305-864-8600; makoto-restaurant.com.
The restaurant's grilled pineapple margarita ($15), a smoky-sweet libation made with house-infused grilled-pineapple tequila, cilantro, and a spiced salt rim, was created to pair with chef Makoto Okuwa's cuisine.

Meat Market
915 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach; 305-532-0088.
Celebrate National Tequila Day with creative tributes such as the Alacrán Sandia ($16), made with Alacrán Blanco tequila, watermelon, lime, agave, and Cocchi Americano vermouth, and the I Love Gold ($16), made with Don Julio Añejo tequila, Combier liqueur, citrus, orange, honey, and cinnamon. If you’d rather have your tequila neat, Meat Market offers more than 15 varieties.

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Rusty Pelican
3201 Rickenbacker Cswy., Key Biscayne; 305-361-3818; therustypelican.com.
Head mixologist Oscar Amaya recently unveiled a craft cocktail program with drinks such as the Agave Sunset ($15), made with El Jimador tequila, passionfruit purée, blue agave syrup, raspberries, and house-made sour mix.

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Semilla Eatery & Bar
1330 Alton Rd., Miami Beach; 305-674-6522; semillamiami.com.
Parisian chef Frederic Joulin is offering a BOGO special on all tequila drinks all night. That means you can order two Bonne Maman lemonades ($12), made with Padre Blanco tequila, lime juice, lemon sour, and blueberry Bonne Maman jam, for the price of one. If your festivity requires something a bit stronger, enjoy $6 shots for $3 all night.  

Sushi Garage
1784 West Ave., Miami Beach; 305-763-8355.
Set in a former auto body and paint shop, this hip spot under the expert care of former Nobu Miami executive chef Sunny Oh will offer the Ají Lychee ($13), a blend of Dobel Diamante tequila, ají amarillo lychee purée, and lime, topped with a jalapeño for an extra kick.

Brickell City Centre, 701 S. Miami Ave., Miami; 786-347-5368; tacology.us.
For $18, Brickell City Centre's taqueria will offer a tequila flight featuring Casa Noble Silver, Reposado, and Añejo tequilas. The popular Mexican restaurant, designed to resemble a typical mercado, will serve a Casa Berries cocktail ($12), made with Casa Noble Silver tequila, strawberries, blueberries, hibiscus and lime juices, and agave nectar.

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