With events such as Rosé Revolution and Negroni Week in their back pocket, Fish Lane Arts Precinct’s venues are banding together once again to shake up a brand new event … say bienvenidos to MARCH INTO MARGARITA!

Margy lovers are set to be spoiled with a roster of new tequila-based tipples that can be enjoyed for the whole month of March. Bar Brutus, Chu the Phat, Hello Please, Kiki Kiosk, Midtown, Southside and Saccharomyces will all be serving up a variety of creative quenchers made with Espolòn Tequila that embodies the essence of Mexico’s land and culture. 

Expect the unexpected with the “always on” lineup of cocktails, as some margs aim to inject a little sweetness and others a little spice to your step.

In true Fish Lane fashion, the party won’t end there. Dig out your sombreros as four of the Fish Lane retailers are set to host epic fiestas within their venues. Southside Restaurant is hosting the inaugural Margarita event, Margs-A-Million, on Sunday, March 3. 

A hand holds a glass with margarita in it, next to a bottle.

 Margs and Meals available all month

For the duration of March

  • Bangkok Margarita (Chu the Phat) 
  • Classic Margarita (all participating venues)
  • Fish Tacos (Hello Please) 
  • Grilled Pineapple Margarita (El Planta) 
  • Lagerita (Saccharomyces Beer Cafe & Chu the Phat) 
  • Mando Marg (Southside & Kiki) 
  • Passionfruit Margarita (Midtown) 
  • Spiced Lychee Margarita (Midtown)
  • Smoked Jalapeno Margarita (Saccharomyces Beer Cafe) 
  • Rhubarb Margarita (El Planta)
  • Tajin Tommy’s Margarita (Southside & Kiki) 


Sunday, March 3 | 12pm – 2pm & 2pm – 4pm | $49 per person

Swapping out their usual pan-Asian fare for something a little more spicy, Southside is filling up our cups with all things margaritas and agave at their Margs-A-Million festival on March 3. Experience an array of highly creative margaritas from Espolòn Tequila and other Tequila and mezcal-based cocktails. To complement the festivities, Benny Lam and his team of chefs are working with the talented folks from fellow West End staple Mama Taco to create a one-off collaborative festival food pop-up for the day! With sessions available at 12 pm and 2 pm, a $49 per person ticket will get your entry into the fiesta and two drink tickets. 

The Margarita Edit

Thursday, March 7 | 6.30 pm | $85 per person

The newest bar haunt on the laneway, Midtown Bar, is throwing an intimate affair for marg lovers, showcasing their delectable small plates paired with tequila-infused tipples. The Margarita Edit will shake up their famous flight of martinis so guests can enjoy classic, passionfruit, spiced lychee and a Tommy’s marg while they snack the night away. Tickets are extremely limited, so marg lovers are urged to get in quick to taste what all the hype is about.

Agave Afternoons

Fridays & Saturdays in March | 3-5 pm

Trendy, cheeky, fun and flavourful – what better place is there to sit and sip on margs than Hello Please? Between 3 pm and 5 pm each Friday and Saturday in March, the team will be serving up $15 margs and 2 for $18 tacos, available on a rotating basis. With the addition of their new al fresco dining footpath seating area, this will be the spot for idle talk, titbits and tequila-filled tipples. 

Phat Phiesta

Thursday, March 21 | From 6 pm | Free Entry

To round out the celebrations, Chu the Phat is popping out into the laneway and combining its Asian fusion eats with Espolòn Tequila infused treats with an entirely new lineup of cocktails and creative dishes. Expect to indulge in their Lagerita, their Bangkok Margarita, their take on a classic marg and more alongside giveaways, mariachi music, spicy foods and more. Entry is free but bookings are sure to fill up fast so fire up the group chat and secure your spot for this fiesta with your friends. 

Marg our words amigos, this lineup of events and offers are tequil for! Find out more about March into Margarita via the Fish Lane website and secure your tickets for the four-week Epolòn Tequila fuelled fiestas today. 

Elizabeth Best

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