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It's National Margarita Day on 22nd February 2019, sample the ultimate signature cocktail and learn how to mix your own at the cocktail masterclasses!
  • Dates 26/01/2019 - 26/01/2019
  • Location 31-36 Leicester Square, WC2H 7LH
  • Price £££
Where better to celebrate National Margarita Day?Celebrate National Margarita Day on 22nd February 2019 with Leicester Square Kitchen.Showcasing the very best of Mexican and Peruvian specials, Leicester Square Kitchen is the perfect place to celebrate the special day. Whether it's before during or after the day itself, enjoy your perfect Margarita whenever you want to at Leicester Square Kitchen!Sample a selection of small plates, complimented with the finest wines and signature cocktails.Reserve your table today online here. Or if prefer, you can call or email to make a reservation using the details below:T: +44 (0)20 7666 0902E: how to mix-up a MargaritaCan you think of a better way to get ready for National Margarita Day?Take a lesson from the professionals in the art of creating deliciously crafted Mexican and Peruvian-inspired Margaritas. Enjoy punchy Tequila-based cocktails along with other signature favourites, while enjoying a selection of canapés. Afterwards, taste a well-deserved dinner of contemporary Mexican and Peruvian cuisine.Masterclasses start at 3pm – 4:30pm and attendees must be over 18 years old.Cocktail Masterclass: £45 per personCocktail Masterclass with dinner*: £70 per personClick here to find out more and make your reservation.

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