Dallas-Margarita-Mile

If Dallas had an official drink, it would be the margarita.

Dallas-Margarita-Mile

Not just because we have so many of them worthy of distinction, but because in 1971 restauranteur Mariano Martinez invented the frozen margarita. (Don’t believe us, just check the Smithsonian which has the first one displayed among its archives.) While we may not be home of tequila, we’ve been perfecting what to do with it ever since.

Dallas-Margarita-Mile

With so many margaritas to experience in Big D, Visit Dallas is making it easy to discover your new favorites with the “Margarita Mile.” Download the App and get ready to roll through a specially curated collection of the 17 most notable margarita concoctions you can find all around Dallas.

Dallas-Margarita-Mile

From the Rustic’s served with a full popsicle, the margarita made with liquid nitrogen or the blood orange and black sea salt from Cafe Herrera’s, you’ll be able to experience some of the most unique flavors in the city.

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(Frozen Sunburst // Mariano’s Hacienda)

Dallas-Margarita-Mile

(Liquid Nitrogen Margarita // Beto & Son)

(Rimy Rita // The Rustic)

Once you get there, check in on the app and gain your status to also redeem prizes from Visit Dallas. Keep clickin’ in the app and you can also find some freebies and specials while you sip your frozen learning a little bit of trivia at each stop.

Margarita Mile Levels

‘Rita Rookie – 3 check-ins gets you a margarita magnet

‘Rita MVP – 8 check-ins earns you a Margarita Mile t-shirt

‘Rita Master – 14 check-ins scores a Margarita Mile hat

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However, it’s not just the checking in that makes it marvelous or even the swag, but just sippin’ and savorin’ with your friends throughout the city as you mark your favorites while learning a little bit more about what makes Big D, well Big D(elicious.) And just in case you get to savoring a little too long, there’s a quick link to Uber to take you home…and the apps always ready to take you on another adventure.

Visit MargaritaMileDallas.com to download the app and get ready to make your way through Dallas’ Margarita Mile (and you know it’s not really a mile but a whole lot more than that.)

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