Celebrate National Tequila Day at Bandito
Every day is a good one to visit Bandito, but July 24 is extra special. The top Latin kitchen in Las Vegas will be serving $5 Bandito Margaritas from open to close in honor of National Tequila Day. The cocktails mix 100 percent Blue Weber agave tequila, orange liqueur and fresh lime with the subtle sweetness of agave. But why stop there? Bandito has dozens of tequilas to try. Founder and owner Kent Harman has a few favorites to recommend.
This tequila is made with traditional methods, including the use of a giant stone wheel to crush the agave plants. Founded in 1937 by a family that still oversees the operation to this day.
Produced in Guanajuato, DeLeon doesn’t use any chemicals, including those permitted in small doses by Mexico regulations. Sean “Puffy” Combs is a co-owner of the brand.
Extremely popular, Patron has developed a more sophisticated image in recent years. The original version was produced in one of Mexico’s oldest distilleries. The latest version was sold to Bacardi earlier this year.
The brand that popularized tequila as a premium spirit. Founded by a teenager actually named Don Julio, the famous short and wide bottle broke tradition from typical tall and thin bottles for tequila when introduced in 1942. The top selling agave spirit of 2017.
Still produced in the same distillery in which the brand was founded in 1873, Sauza is often marketed as a social spirit for enjoyable occasions. Multiple generations of the same family have overseen production over the years.
Bandito is dedicated to serving an exceptional selection of tequila alongside the cleanest, healthiest and best-tasting combination of Latin flavors in Las Vegas. Stop by on July 24 and save a few dollars while enjoying some of the best Margaritas in town. After National Tequila Day has come and gone, you can still find $5 specials on Margarita Mondays and every day during happy hour between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.