Where You Can Find The Best Margaritas in Dallas

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Did you know that the frozen margarita machine was invented here in Dallas?

Restaurateur Mariano Martinez was having trouble creating the drink as his bartenders thought they took too long and customers thought they melted too fast. After seeing a Slurpee machine at 7-Eleven, he was struck with inspiration and transformed a soft-serve ice cream machine into one that made frosty margaritas.

Whether you like your margaritas frozen or on the rocks, the best places to enjoy them in Dallas include:

El Tizoncito

At El Tizoncito, the only freezer is the margarita freezer. The chefs are committed to preparing the food to order with fresh, local ingredients, and they hand-cut the meat in-house to ensure its quality. Guests enjoy the restaurant’s casual atmosphere, and it’s a fun place to meet friends for a leisurely meal. The margaritas are made using tropical fruit, and they pair well with tacos such as Pastor, Pollo, and Bistec.

Mexican Sugar

Mexican Sugar is where the chefs prepare comfort food using a wood-fired grill. Their mission is to introduce everyone to Pan-Latin cuisine, while the bartenders strive to offer an extensive selection of Latin spirits. Visitors always enjoy attentive service, and the cozy dining room features exposed brick, colorful works of art, and dozens of candles. Margaritas include classic, hibiscus, and mango, and they pair well with the adobo grilled skirt steak fajitas.

Casa Komali

Casa Komali brings the best of Mexico to Dallas. Owner Emanuel Salinas was raised in Mexico by a vegan mother, and his eclectic taste led him to combine distinctive Mexican flavors in new ways. The restaurant is known for its warm and welcoming atmosphere, and the menu features a habanero margarita that can be enjoyed with the tender braised duck enchiladas.

In addition to these restaurants, Radius at Turtle Creek is also near fun cultural attractions and top shopping destinations. To call our community home, please contact us to arrange a tour.

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