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National Tequila Day in L.A.

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National Tequila Day is coming up, and, north of the border though it may be, L.A. knows how to honor the occasion. Celebrate with shots, salt, and lime, or go big with a creative tequila cocktail (like the ones in the gallery below!). Don't eat the worm. Unless you really, really want to.

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Cucumber Fresh cocktail with tequila, cucmber, lime, and mint at Westside Tavern | Couresy Westside Tavern
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Tecate and tequila Downtown at La Cita Bar | by flickr user josewolff
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Jalepeno margarita cocktail at Hostaria del Piccolo Hostaria del Piccolo | by flickr user Muy Yum
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Mega margaritas from Cabo Cantina | Courtesy Cabo Cantina
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Ruby Slipper cocktail with tequila, lychee liqueur, agave nectar, lime and ruby grapefruit at Providence Restaurant | by flickr user Muy Yum
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At Tiki-Ti, you can get classic Scotch-based Blood & Sand cocktails with Scotch, bourbon or tequila | Courtesy Tiki-Ti
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Osteria Mozza's Sculaccione Cocktail: Campari, tequila, grapefruit, and bitters | by flickr user Muy Yum
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Basil margarita at The Little Door | by flickr user Kelly Bone
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Market Oysters with tequila mignonette and Tabaso sorbet at Sage in Las Vegas | by flickr user Muy Yum
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Flaming margarita at El Compadre on Sunset | by flickr user kelleejune

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