Today is National Margarita Day: Specials All Over Miami! Where to Find Em

In case you were wondering: yesterday was National Sticky Bun Day. Tomorrow is National Banana Bread Day. Most of these are ridiculous.

This one ain't. Today is National Margarita Day. So here is a list of National Margarita Day specials after the jump.

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Rosa Mexicano
Both locations of this upscale Mexican chain will be celebrating the national holiday by offering $3 Frozen Pomegranate Margaritas from noon to 5:00pm and happy hour specials from 4 to 7 p.m. Happy hour deals include half-price 1800 Silver margaritas and traditional margaritas, both of which are prepared with fresh lime and agave.

Wynwood Kitchen & Bar
The artistic bar is featuring a special margarita to commemorate the holiday. For $11, revelers can try out the bar's Capo Margarita Passionfruit, which is not on the normal drink menu.

In honor of all things Margarita, this Midtown outpost of the national chain will be offering a $11.50 trio tasting. The tasting includes the Misty Sleeve, Little Market--a combination of tequila blanco, pineapple, lime, and chile piquín -- and Pepino el Pyu -- tequila blanco, cucumber, hoja santa, and cumin salt.

The Corner
The speakeasy is offering a special margarita for the day. For 8 bucks, merrymakers can try out the Puerto Escondido with tequila, lime, cilantro, agave, chili, and house-maed hibiscus syrup.

Paquito's Mexican Restaurant
Looking for a classic? This perennial favorite will be featuring two for one margaritas at the bar from 4:00 to 7 p.m.

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