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Dallas has staked its claim as the Official Home of the Frozen Margarita! From classic recipes to hand-crafted unique creations, we left no bottle of tequila unturned in search for the most sought-after margaritas in Dallas.

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Dean's Margarita

See and be seen at Fearing's and The Rattlesnake Bar, the creation of celebrity chef and best-selling cookbook author Dean Fearing. Located inside the Ritz-Carlton, it's where travelers, celebrities and people who love great food come to enjoy the best of the Southwest. Dean's Margarita is the chef's signature cocktail.

Black's Margarita

Enjoy authentic Texas-style barbecue at this tasty stop in Dallas' hip Deep Ellum neighborhood. Prime brisket pairs perfectly with the restaurant's famous frozen Black's Margarita, a dramatic black margarita with a red salt rim.

Cucumber Margarita

Tejas combines the best of Texas and Mexico in the heart of the Bishop Arts District neighborhood. Pair the Tejas Cucumber Margarita with brunch on the patio for the perfect Dallas dining experience.

Casa Rita

Start your Margarita Mile journey the moment you land in Dallas at the Cantina Laredo location of your choice in DFW or Love Field airports. Enjoy authentic Mexican food with a modern twist, and pair it with a classic on-the-rocks Casa Rita.

Mi Familia Margarita

Bring a group for your visit to Happiest Hour, a huge, two-deck patio bar and lounge with an irresistibly fun ambiance and skyline views. The Mi Familia Margarita is meant for sharing; it's served in an oversized glass and enough straws for the whole table. 

Las Palmas House Margarita

Las Palmas serves craveable Tex-Mex and cocktails in a nostalgic setting. The restaurant, tucked into a tree-lined street in Uptown, is both comfortable and energetic. The House Frozen Margarita is a refreshing take on the classic, with an unforgettable hint of Mexican vanilla. 

Frozen Margarita

This Tex-Mex restaurant in the Lower Greenville neighborhood serves fresh, Baja-style fare in a casual, spacious environment. The Frozen Margarita can be customized to your liking with flavors like Red Fresno, Strawmegranate and Hibiscus.

Vacation Romance Margarita

Tulum is a rustic-yet-refined coastal dining experience that serves up organic land and sea fare. Evoke the laid-back vibes of Tulum, Mexico, with the Vacation Romance margarita, featuring a smokey mezcal instead of traditional tequila. 

Casa Rita

Start your Margarita Mile journey the moment you land in Dallas at the Cantina Laredo location of your choice in DFW or Love Field airports. Enjoy authentic Mexican food with a modern twist, and pair it with a classic on-the-rocks Casa Rita. 

Coconut Margarita

Te Deseo is a beautiful Latin American-inspired restaurant in Uptown that features a series of unique dining rooms, four bars and a stunning rooftop overlooking the city. Escape from the ordinary with the Te Deseo Coconut Margarita, a creamy and tropical twist on the classic. 

Mango Chamoy Margarita

Taqueria La Ventana is a funky, fast-casual taqueria offering every-day Mexico City street food. Be prepared to dine outdoors on the Instagram-worthy patio. The Mango Chamoy Margarita swirls up the craveable flavors of Mexican street food in a refreshing frozen margarita. 

Creamy Mango Margarita

Inspired by the beaches of Tulum and cantinas of San Miguel de Allende, Yellow Rosa Cocktaileria has the look and feel of one of Mexico's best-known cultural destinations. Escape with a Creamy Mango Margarita in the restaurant's hidden garden courtyard.

Squozen frozen margarita

Chef Anastacia Quiñones-Pittman turns out consistently award-winning cuisine at this rustic-but-chic restaurant in North Dallas. Modern Mexican dishes, like lobster tacos, accompany creative craft cocktails, like the Frozen Squozen Margarita. 

Liquid Nitrogen Margarita

This family-owned restaurant in the Trinity Groves neighborhood serves up next-gen Mexican food, bringing a fresh vibe to old-school family cooking. Get your cameras ready when you order the Liquid Nitrogen Margarita. It's frozen table-side with liquid nitrogen and makes for a cool presentation, in more ways than one! 

Diabolico Margarita

This art-centric cocktail bar in Dallas' historic Deep Ellum neighborhood celebrates the agave and tropical spirits of Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean, served alongside cuisine with a Oaxacan twist. The house favorite Diabólico margarita bursts with unique tropical flavors. 

The Maximo Margarita

This vibrant Downtown restaurant serves authentic, upscale Mexican cuisine and signature margaritas in a colorful setting that compliments the textures of Mexico. The pretty Maximo Margarita is elevated in every way, garnished with a black sea salt rim and blood orange.



Rustic Rita

The Rustic is a fun indoor-outdoor restaurant in Uptown that serves savory, homestyle meals alongside live music from local and national artists. The Legendary Rustic Rita is a generous frozen marg with a mango popsicle dunked right in.

Rita Champ

Acclaimed Chef Jose Meza serves modern Mexican cuisine in this upscale, Uptown dining destination. The restaurant's Rita Champ is an elevated margarita cocktail topped with sparling rosé. 

Desperados Mexican Restaurant

Located on historic Greenville Avenue, Desperados has been proudly serving traditional family Mexican favorites for 45 years. Locals love the restaurant for their famous chile relleno, Mama's delicious tortilla soup and the Desperados Tacos. The classic La Margarita been named Best Margarita in Dallas five times.

Serrano Berry Margarita

Authenticity is the main ingredient at Meso Maya. The menu pays homage to Mexican and Mayan cuisine with bold, earthy flavors and made-from-scratch tortillas and sauces. The Serrano Berry Margarita is a spicy and sweet take on the classic cocktail.

The Mariano

Mariano's is the birthplace of the frozen margarita machine, and a Dallas institution. Mariano Martinez invented the machine at this Dallas restaurant more than 50 years ago, and that original machine is now on exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of American History. This must-visit stop on the Margarita Mile is where it all began! 

The "Original" El Fenix Margarita

El Fenix is an iconic Dallas restaurant that has been serving Tex-Mex favorites for more than 100 years! Order the "Original" El Fenix Margarita, frozen or on the rocks, at Dallas' original Tex-Mex restaurant. It's a classic. 

Senora Flora Margarita

Gloria's Latin Cuisine features an artful blend of Salvadorian cuisine with regional Mexican and Tex-Mex favorites. Quality ingredients infuse every dish and drink at this Dallas favorite. The Señora Flora Margarita is an on-the-rocks cocktail with flavors of hibiscus and lime. 

Rosarita Margarita

Joe Leo takes pride in their famous sizzling fajitas, accompanied by fresh tortillas made to order daily. Enjoy those fajitas and a marg in the restaurant's lush dining room or patio. The Rosarita margarita is a layered cocktail of frozen margarita, frozen mango spritz and sangria.

Margarita Mile FAQs

When is the Margarita Mile open?
The Margarita Mile is a seasonal self-guided tour. The 2022 season opened this summer, just in time for National Tequila Day on Sunday, July 24. This season will run through November 2023 and close for the holidays. Stay tuned for more details.
Where is the Margarita Mile?
The Margarita Mile is a collection of margaritas all over Dallas. While most are close to the city center, we're happy to provide stops in some of Dallas' most popular neighborhoods beyond Downtown Dallas.
Is the Margarita Mile a mile long?
No, the Margarita Mile has restaurants all over Dallas. Even a mile is bigger in Texas. (Give us a break, we like the name. Just go with it!)
What prizes can I win?
We have over 20 participating restaurants on the Margarita Mile this year. When you check into 3 restaurants, you’ll be named a “Rita Rookie” and have earned a Margarita Mile sticker. Check into 10 restaurants and you’re a “Marg MVP” - we’ll send you a limited-edition Margarita Mile t-shirt. To win the Dallas Prize Package, you must reach “Rita Rockstar” status when you check into 20 restaurants! You’ll be entered into a drawing which includes a two-night stay in Dallas, attraction passes and more
How do I sign up to participate?
Visit MargaritaMileDallas.com and select “get started” to sign up for the pass. Users will be sent their pass via text and email.
How do I access my pass?
After signing up, users will receive their free, curated pass directly to their smartphone via text and email and can start exploring immediately.
When is the Rita Rockstar Dallas Prize Package drawing?
The drawing will happen December 2023 and the winners will be notified!
How will I get my prizes?
After reaching each prize level, users will receive a text message and email that will include a link to a form. Participants must fill the form for each prize level with their shipping information to receive prizes.
How long does it take to get my prizes?
Please be patient - it can take 4-6 weeks to receive your prize.
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