AUSTIN, TX, September 5, 2012 — Iron Cactus Mexican Grill and Margarita Bar is celebrating sixteen years of serving delicious Mexican dishes and award-winning margaritas by dropping the price of its famous house margaritas to 16 cents on September 16th, Mexico’s Independence Day. The 16-cent price for Iron Cactus’ house margaritas is limited to two per guest and will be available at all of its five locations in Austin, Dallas and San Antonio.
Iron Cactus opened its first location at the corner of 6th Street and Trinity Street in downtown Austin in 1996. Since then, Iron Cactus has grown to five locations by opening two additional locations in the Austin area (near the Arboretum and at the Hill Country Galleria), one in downtown Dallas and one at the famous Riverwalk in San Antonio. Iron Cactus margaritas have been recognized by noteworthy publications as one of the best in the nation.
“The entire Iron Cactus organization is grateful to all our guests who have supported us through the years,” said Gary Manley, General Partner at Iron Cactus. “This special price for our house margaritas is our way of saying thanks for their continued loyalty.”
Iron Cactus has also played an important role in revitalizing the East 6th Street neighborhood of downtown Austin since opening its original location. Additionally, Iron Cactus provides much-needed support to charitable organizations including Marbridge, Soldiers’ Angels, the American Widow Project, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Any Baby Can, among others. It hosts an annual charity golf tournament that has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for various nonprofit organizations.
“We will continue to celebrate our sweet sixteen this year with other events that our guest will love,” added Manley.