On a recent Friday evening, a line started forming outside of Vidorra, a rooftop bar in Deep Ellum. Perhaps they were there to check out the neighborhood's hottest new spot, or peep skyline views of downtown Dallas. But here's what we really want you to know about:
That massive margarita.
If it looks like they're drinking out of a *bowl,* they are.
Vidorra is a Mexican-inspired restaurant with tacos, enchiladas, pozole and ceviche, in addition to some not-so-Mexican options like a Kobe burger and red snapper with orzo. It's those tequila offerings that might be luring bar-hoppers to Vidorra, though.
In addition to offering tequila flights and margaritas, some of the cocktails are available "in large format," a press release notes, "for a convivial social experience." Drinking is more fun with friends.
Vidorra also sells a taste of a hard-to-get tequila, Patrón en Lalique, for $1,000 a glass. Tell us if you know of a more expensive by-the-glass offering in Dallas; we don't.
Vidorra is owned by Imran Sheikh, James Faller and Asim Sheikh, who also operate STIRR in Deep Ellum and Citizen in Uptown. The design of Vidorra, a Mexico City vibe, was done by Coeval Studio.
2642 Main St., Dallas.