Seen at the Pappasito’s Cantina in the airport in Houston, TX. Oddly enough, the printed menu and chalkboard renderings of “margaritas” didn’t include the apostrophe.

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2 thoughts on “Margarita’s

  1. Your blog is truly spiffing. It’s good to see I’m not the only one photographing signs. I too have a blog dedicated to this kind of rubbish, though mine is grammar in general rather than just apostrophes.

    You are, of course, very welcome to become a contributor to our blog if you wish.

  2. Perhaps the restaurant was named after a Mexican woman named “Margarita.”

    Wouldn’t it make sense to have an apostrophe in that scenario?

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