9 fiesta-friendly margaritas in Dallas-Fort Worth

In Texas, practically any occasion calls for a margarita. And because Dallas is the birth place of the frozen margarita, there are many more reasons than you need to get in the spirit (preferably tequila, please and thanks). In addition to the many specials around town, we thought you might need some recommendations on where to find a solid marg.

Here are nine guaranteed to liven up your fiesta.

The Swirl from Uncle Julio's

Uncle Julio's Swirl Margarita features the restaurant's frozen margarita layered with its homemade frozen sangria. ($8.29)

Mango Margarita at Gloria's Latin Cuisine

Made with tequila, pure mango, and Triple Sec. ($9)

The Beerita at Katy Trail Ice House

Blend of Sauza Blue Agave tequila, orange liquor and lime, adorned with a Coronita. ($11.50)

Frozen Margarita at Blue Goose Cantina

This frozen marg features tequila plus house-made sweet and sour mix. ($6.50)

The Star Canyon margarita at Stampede 66

Includes Patron Citronage, prickly pear fruit purée, Herradura Double Reposado tequila, fresh lime foam and dehydrated candied jalapeño. Made table side with liquid nitrogen. ($18)

Classic Frozen Margarita at Hopdoddy Burger Bar

Hopdoddy's marg includes gold tequila, fresh citrus juices and Triple Sec. ($5.95)

The Blood Orange Margarita at Tillman's Roadhouse

Tillman's marg is made with Dulce Vida silver, triple sec, lemon/lime, simple syrup and blood orange puree served on rocks. ($11)

Mambo Taxi at Mi Cocina

Sauza Silver tequila, lime juice, house-made sangria with Pinot Noir, Brandy, fruit juices. ($8)

Margarita, on the rocks, at Joe T. Garcia's

Made with Juarez tequila and lime juice. ($7.75)

Contributions by GuideLive staff: Sarah Blaskovich, Norma Cavazos, Brentney Hamilton, Jackie Hoermann, Shannon Sutlief and Amanda Wilkins.

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Katy Trail Ice House


Stampede 66


Joe T. Garcia's Mexican Restaurant