National Margarita Day on Monday celebrates the famed tequila-based cocktail.
And Santa Fe, N.M., a city known for its spicy 'ritas, is poised to launch a new Margarita Trail featuring 30 or 40 bars and restaurants along which visitors can sample and sip.
The "trail" promises a "culinary cocktail experience" that shows off the best the city has to offer, with drinks priced at $7 to $12.
Among the featured stops:
— Del Charro Saloon at Inn of the Governors, which features an Electric Blue Margarita (Patron Silver, Citronage and Blue Curacao) for $9
— La Fonda on the Plaza, the historic hotel whose bar serves up a Bell Ringer made with Tanteo Jalapeño Tequila, jalapeño juice and Triple Sec for $12
— Staab House Bar at the 19th century La Posada de Santa Fe Resosrt & Spa.
Visitors will be able to grab a Santa Fe Margarita Trail Passport that lists participating bars and eateries and shares recipes.
You can sample and collect enough stamps in your passport to score a Margarita Trail T-shirt too.
Though plans will be unveiled Monday, the trail won't officially open until May 5, also known as Cinco de Mayo.