Where to Enjoy Watching Margherita Mile Along McKinney Street Carriage

With nearly two dozen partners on the Margarita Mile in all of Dallas’ vibrant neighborhoods, there’s something to suit every taste. If you plan to be in Uptown, we suggest hopping the McKinney Avenue Trolley to get around, without worry, to a few stops in the area. Track the vehicle and plan your route in mata.org.

Make sure to check in all the way to earn the official Margarita Mile swag!

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Hop and get off at Uptown Station (Cityplace West Boulevard and Howell Street)

This local favorite will celebrate the greatest mixed drink in a big way. From 5-8pm, The Rustic will team up with their friends at Don Julio Tequila to serve classic food on the rocks margaritas from the city’s largest margarita glass measuring nearly five feet high! This backyard party will also feature a live DJ.

Fear and Rattlesnake Bar

Hop and drop at McKinney/Olive Street.

Located inside the Ritz Carlton Dallas, this spot is the most luxurious stop along the trolley line. This restaurant and bar offers a haven from outside noise and the rush to five-star luxury. Order Dean’s Margarita for a refreshing treat while enjoying the charming atmosphere of the Uptown hotel.

Las Palmas

Hop and drop at McKinney / Routh St and walk about 2 minutes down Routh Street.

Make reservations early for this hot spot that is quickly becoming a staple in Dallas. Drink during happy hour for only $7.50. After a round or two of one of their frozen margaritas at their home with your crew, you’ll be glad that the cart is the chauffeur for the evening. These strong and flavorful drinks pair well with an appetizer of potato nachos followed by fajitas topped with unforgettable rich bone marrow butter.

Taqueria La Ventana


Hop and get off at St. Paul/Woodle Rodgers station and walk about 4 minutes to the right

Craving a Mexican taco with a refreshing margarita? Head to Taqueria La Ventana from 3-6pm for happy hour prices—that’s $3.75 for a margarita! Take your entire crew for a spot on the patio and take in the Dallas skyline while sipping America’s favorite cocktail.

El Fenix

Hop and get off at St. Paul/Woodle Rodgers station and walk about 4 minutes to the right

This Dallas establishment is in its 104th year and has been mixing some of the city’s best pastures ever since. Treat yourself and the whole family to this old favorite that offers something for everyone from delicious nachos and tacos to classic authentic margaritas or a hearty Mexican martini.

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Hop and get off at St. Paul/Woodle Rodgers station and walk about 4 minutes to the right

Another Meso Maya favorite will celebrate happy hour with a $5 house margarita from 3-6 p.m.

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