Margaritas around Austin 0 Previous Gallery Next Gallery 1 / 13 Tammy Perez/For American-Statesman Curra’s avocado margarita is an Austin favorite. 2 / 13 Emma Janzen La Condesa’s Margarita La Condesa uses a splash of pineapple juice and damiana liqueur instead of triple sec. 3 / 13 Emma Janzen The margarita at Pelons’ 508 Bar is one of the only margaritas in the downtown area to use fresh juice. 4 / 13 Z’Tejas is offering the Little Larry margaritas for $2.22 at all three locations, Sixth Street, Avery Ranch and the Arboretum. 5 / 13 Enjoy margaritas from both Santa Rita Cantina locations with Dulce Vida tequila. 6 / 13 Salty Sow’s blanche is made with blood orange. 7 / 13 Icenhauer has a Hatch Chili Mango Margarita that’s made with red pepper simple syrup and hatch chili-infused tequila, if you’re looking for a spicy kick with your drink. 8 / 13 Don't be scared of Benji's Catina's La Chupacabra, which features Cazadores Silver Tequila, jalapenos, blackberries, agave nectar, and fresh lime juice. Photo credit: Austin Humphreys / American-Statesman 9 / 13 Drink.Well drink.well.: is serving a twist on the margarita called Pear Pressure (tequila, maple-pear syrup and cardamom bitters), as well as a traditional margarita. 10 / 13 Perennial PR JAK knows tequila, and has a entire section of their drink menu devoted to margaritas. Some favorites are the Pomegranate Sage Rita (silver tequila, pomegranate juice and fresh sage), as well as the Mango-Habanero Rita (pictured here with reposado, orange habanero syrup and mango puree). 11 / 13 Richard Casteel, Capturing Milliseconds Odd Duck has the Smokey Robinson currently on the menu. It’s a frozen drink made with mezcal, apple shrub and agave. Photo credit: Richard Casteel 12 / 13 El Chile Both El Chile locations and El Sapo will be serving $5 house margaritas in honor of National Margarita Day. 13 / 13 Maudie's Tex Mex Come enjoy a Blood Orange Margarita made with Tequila 512 at Maudie's. The Tex-Mex restaurant will be revealing a new margarita on Sunday. View Comments 0 Sign up for e-newsletters Want more news? Sign up for free e-newsletters to get more of Austin360 delivered to your inbox.