National Margarita Day & Taco Tuesday combo party at Reforma


February 22, 2022
By Matt Sterner

Margarita flights & taco delights

Sometimes, wonderful things happen at the same time — on the same day, to be exact. In this situation, it happens to be an annual holiday that’s decided to share the day with a weekly activity that involves tacos.

This year, National Margarita Day coincides with Taco Tuesday, creating one big reason to celebrate Mexican cuisine on Tuesday, February 22.

Margarita options at Reforma Cocina Y Cantina include De La Casa, Blood Orange, Tamarindo, Prickly Pear, Mango Habañero, and Cucumber Mint
Margaritas at Reforma (Credit: Adam Lehrman)

Reforma, which shares a patio with Union Public House and Proof Artisanal Pizza & Pasta, is open for National Margarita Day from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

The restaurant will be serving up Margarita Flights, including the Fan Favorites Flight ($15) of the House Margarita, Prickly Pear, and Blood Orange, as well as the House Favorites Flight ($15), which includes Mango Habanero, Blueberry Basil, and Mezcal. If you’d rather handcraft your own collection of cocktails, they’ve got the Build Your Own Flight for $17.

Margarita Flight at Reforma
Photo courtesy of Reforma on Facebook

Also, you can’t forget about the tacos coming in at $3 or $4 each or in combos of two, three, or four tacos. The selections include Carne Asada, Roasted Cauliflower, Baja Shrimp, Pescado, Carnitas, or Chicken Tinga. 

Reforma is located at 4340 N. Campbell Ave. #101. For more information, visit reformatucson.com

Of course, there are plenty of other places in town to grab a cold margarita, and this is just one of the dozens. Where’s your favorite spot to sip on a cold one? 

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