As of May 5, 2016, Santa Fe visitors and locals alike will have the opportunity to explore the unique flavors of New Mexico's City Different with a brand new Santa Fe Margarita Trail. The Trail highlights restaurants and bars that offer a special, uniquely designed and named margarita using the finest tequilas and ingredients.
A Santa Fe Margarita Trail Passport will describe participating establishments and include the recipe for each margarita. Passports will be available for $3 to those 21 and older at the establishments and at TOURISM Santa Fe Visitor Centers, and can be used to collect stamps for each margarita sampled. Passport holders can turn them in at any of the three TOURISM Santa Fe visitor centers for a special Santa Fe Margarita Trail t-shirt or other tiered gifts based on the number of stamps collected.
Margaritas will cost between $7 and $12. Passports can only receive two stamps per day to help ensure people drink responsibly and keep the trail fun. Below you can see all the participating establishments — happy trails!
7. Cowgirl BBQ
13. La Choza
20. Osteria d'Assisi
26. Secreto Lounge
28. The Shed
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