Margarita Mile, the best Margarita in Dallas

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Margarita Mile, the best Margarita in Dallas

Thanks to this refreshing app, visitors access a surprising selection of margarita spots throughout the city.

In 1971, a young Dallas resident named Mariano Martinez dreamed up a revolutionary new machine to make Frozen Margarita—an invention now on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington. Since 2018, a new innovation has become available, an original way to discover an infinite variety of margaritas—always in moderation. You can download the refreshing free application “The Margarita Mile” to plan your evening itinerary. With an interactive map, you can choose between the best trendy bars that serve this famous drink. Directions, drink menus, special offers, games and quizzes are some of the multiple options on the app. Your thirst (for discovery) will lead you from classics to more original creations—frozen or on the rocks, with jalapeño peppers or liquid nitrogen, unless you opt for the masterful Frozen Rimy Rita made from Dulce Vida Lime tequila, raspberry liqueur, Cointreau and a sangria popsicle. Margaritas in all shapes and sizes.