Beto & Son – Located in the Trinity Groves neighborhood, this family-owned restaurant serves up next-gen Mexican food and the innovative Liquid Nitrogen Margarita. Prepared (and frozen!) at your table, it features Beto & Son's exclusive Avion Reposado Tequila and fruit-encapsulated pearls.
Cafe Herrera – The vibrant Downtown restaurant serves authentic, upscale Mexican cuisine complemented by their signature Maximo Margarita featuring Salerno blood orange liqueur, Maestro Dobel Diamante Tequila and a black sea salt rim.
Cantina Laredo – Cantina Laredo is the perfect start for anyone flying into Dallas. With two locations at DFW International Airport and one at Dallas Love Field, you'll start your visit off right with the Casa Rita featuring Monte Alban Agave Silver Tequila and fresh-squeezed lemon and lime juices.
Desert Racer – This Baja-inspired Tex-Mex restaurant can be found in Lower Greenville serving a classic Frozen Margarita made with Monte Albam Tequila, triple sec, simple syrup and lime. Jazz it up by adding flavors like Red Fresno, Strawmegranate or Hibiscus.
El Fenix – The Tex-Mex icon is still a fan favorite after more than 100 years of serving delicious food and the "Original" El Fenix Margarita. Frozen or on the rocks, the "Original" has been voted "D's Best" by readers of D Magazine for five years running.
Fearing's and the Rattlesnake Bar – The creation of celebrity chef Dean Fearing and located inside the Ritz-Carlton, Fearing's and the Rattlesnake Bar is the place to see and be seen. The food's outrageously good, too. But the real reason to go is Dean's Signature Margarita featuring Santo Reposado Tequila, Damiana Liqueur, agave nectar and fresh lime.
Gloria's Latin Cuisine – Serving an artful blend of Salvadorian, Mexican and Tex-Mex favorites, Gloria's uses the freshest, quality ingredients in every dish and the La Tuna - Prickly Pear Margarita. Hand-crafted with Socorro Silver Tequila, Grand Marnier, lime juice, orange juice, prickly pear purée, agave nectar.
Happiest Hour – This double-decker patio bar and lounge has excellent ambiance and even better views of the Dallas skyline. It's the perfect place to reconnect with friends while sharing the Mi Familia Margarita. Served in an oversized glass and intended to serve a party of four, the Mi Familia features Avion Silver Tequila and Aperol.
Jalisco Norte – Acclaimed Chef Jose Meza serves modern Mexican cuisine in this upscale, Uptown restaurant. The signature margarita is the elevated Rita Champ, perfected with Milagro Silver Tequila, Solerno blood orange liqueur and topped with sparkling rosé.
Joe Leo Fine Tex Mex – Known for their famous sizzling fajitas and fresh tortillas, Joe Leo's offers lush dining inside or out on the patio, where you can enjoy The Roasarita – a frozen cocktail with three layers of margarita, mango spritz and sangria.
Jose – Chef Anastacia Quiñones-Pittman consistently produces award-winning cuisine, like lobster tacos, at this rustic-but-chic restaurant in North Dallas. The Squozen Margarita features Casamigos Blanco Tequila, an organic light blue agave nectar and a custom-made Turbo Salt rim.
Las Palmas Tex Mex – Craveable Tex-Mex in a nostalgic, tree-lined setting in Uptown? Yes, please. Las Palmas' House Frozen Margarita is a refreshing take on the classic but with an extraordinary hint of Mexican vanilla.