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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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Margarita Mile FAQs

Where was the frozen margarita invented?
Dallas' history with America's most famous frozen concoction is as storied as it is salty. In 1971, local restaurateur Mariano Martinez invented the frozen margarita machine, forever changing the way the world drinks margaritas. Taste history by visiting Mariano's.
When is the Margarita Mile open?
The Margarita Mile is a seasonal self-guided tour. The 2021 season closed on Sept. 31, 2021 and the next season will reopen on Feb. 22, 2022 - which is also National Margarita Day! 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 just Downtown Dallas.
Can I use the trolley to see visit stops along the Margarita Mile?
Yes! There are several Margarita Mile restaurant partners located close to stops along the McKinney Avenue Trolley. This blog is a good place to start.
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