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Where to Find Dallas’s Best Boozy Frozen Cocktails

Chilly cocktails that will help with this oppressive summer heat

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The Peel Out at Thunderbird Station serves chilly nostalgia vibes
| Amy McCarthy/EDFW

Now that July is here, Texas’ hottest temperatures await in the coming weeks. Once the mercury really starts to rise, one of the most ideal ways to chill out is a frozen drink, especially if it’s been spiked with a shot or two of booze.

But where does one find Dallas’s best frozen cocktails? Far less ubiquitous than just an average margarita, and way less “basic” than the typical Mambo Taxi, these festive, frozen concoctions will satisfy during even the hottest triple-digit heat.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Marianos Hacienda Ranch

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6300 Skillman St
Dallas, TX 75231
(214) 691-3888
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The frozen margarita was literally invented at this Dallas Tex-Mex stalwart, which means that it’s a must for locals and tourists alike. The original here is perfectly drinkable, with a strong punch of lime and plenty of tequila.

2. Pie Tap Pizza Workshop

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2708 N Henderson Ave
Dallas, TX

Head to this popular pizzeria during brunch, when icy frose is just $3. It’s a perfect pairing for the summer heat, especially alongside a smoked salmon pie topped with ricotta, dill, capers, and cured egg yolk.

3. Truck Yard

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5624 Sears St
Dallas, TX
(469) 500-0139
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Five different frozen libations are on offer at this Greenville Avenue bar, including a frozen mai tai made with rum and orgeat, a coconut key lime pie slushie, and a boozy trash can punch.

4. The Grapevine Bar

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3902 Maple Ave
Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 522-8466
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True Dallasites know this little bar on Maple has the strongest frozen drinks in town. Choose from a Tang-laced Tangarita, a “classy” Bellini, the pomegranate-flavored Pom Pom or a Suicide made with all three. Enjoy on the patio with a side of the best playlist ever.

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5. The Rustic

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3656 Howell St
Dallas, TX
(214) 730-0596
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Park outside on this massive patio and get ready to sip frozen margaritas, strawberry-spiked frose, and an ever-rotating frozen drink that changes with the seasons.

6. The Quarter Bar

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3301 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX
(214) 754-0106
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Looking for a no-frills frozen beverage? Belly up to the bar at The Quarter for boozy frozen raspberry lemonade or a rum-drenched frozen hurricane made with dark rum and tropical fruit.

7. Rodeo Goat

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1926 Market Center Blvd
Dallas, TX
(214) 741-4628
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Leave it to the place that serves a dish called Goat Balls to come up with a frozen drank (nope, not a typo) they call Moontang. Appropriately, it’s a mix of moonshine and nostalgic orange drink Tang.

8. Southern Classic Daiquiri Factory

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3030 Ross Ave
Dallas, TX 75204
(469) 862-3113
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This Louisiana-themed eatery slings frozen daiquiris by the glass or by the gallon in flavors like Thot Juice, a mix of peach, hypnotic, and strawberry margarita, or Triple D, which blends blue lemonade with classic New Orleans hurricane flavors.

9. Mesero - Victory Park

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2375 Victory Park Ln Suite 180
Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 821-6426
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Margaritas can become mundane. Meet “Brandon,” a combination of frozen marg, strawberry purée and sangria that will shake up the usual happy hour. There’s also the Mr. Trey, which features a floater of citrusy Mandarine Napoleon liqueur on top.

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10. Double Wide

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3510 Commerce St
Dallas, TX
(214) 887-6510
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A little bit classy and a lot trashy, the Yoohoo Yeehaw is a creamy, frozen concoction that will remind you of the best part about being an adult: enjoying the flavors of childhood alongside a potent kick of booze.

11. Thunderbird Station

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3400 Commerce St
Dallas, TX 75226
(469) 496-2655
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Nostalgic cocktails are the name of the game at this Deep Ellum bar, and the Peel Out will definitely evoke memories of an orange sherbet Push Pop. Order it at the bar, or grab a take-out pouch to go for a potently boozy way to cool off.

12. Twilite Lounge

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2640 Elm St
Dallas, TX
(214) 741-2121
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The scenario: You want to stay out and party with your friends, but it’s Friday night and it’s been a long week. The solution? Frozen Irish Coffee. This boozy slushie boasts a potent shot of caffeine that will propel even the most exhausted of partiers.

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13. Beto & Son

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3011 Gulden Ln #108
Dallas, TX 75212
(469) 249-8590
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At Beto and Son in Trinity Groves, guests can belly up to chef Julian’s Tableside Nitro Alchemy Bar and watch as either a liquid nitrogen margarita, frosé or piña colada is made right before their eyes. Each is topped off with the restaurant’s signature encapsulated fruit pearls for an extra pop of juicy flavor.

14. Daiquiris To Go

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543 S Riverfront Blvd
Dallas, TX

Swing by this Downtown-adjacent drive-thru and pick up one of nine frozen drinks mixed with a shot or two (or hell, go for a gallon) of rum. Then, try to be mature about cocktail names like called Suck Me Dry or Pink Panties.

15. Eskimo Hut - Frozen Daiquiris To-Go

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5518 W Vickery Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76107
(817) 737-8773
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With several locations around DFW including Arlington, Denton, and Ft. Worth, Eskimo Hut features 18 “base” flavors of boozy slushies that you can combine to create favorites like the “Code Red” made from combining cherry, Mai Tai and strawberry, or the “Fuzzy Memory,” made with cherry, peach and mango. Either way, its drive-thru convenience can’t be beat.

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1. Marianos Hacienda Ranch

6300 Skillman St, Dallas, TX 75231

The frozen margarita was literally invented at this Dallas Tex-Mex stalwart, which means that it’s a must for locals and tourists alike. The original here is perfectly drinkable, with a strong punch of lime and plenty of tequila.

6300 Skillman St
Dallas, TX 75231

2. Pie Tap Pizza Workshop

2708 N Henderson Ave, Dallas, TX

Head to this popular pizzeria during brunch, when icy frose is just $3. It’s a perfect pairing for the summer heat, especially alongside a smoked salmon pie topped with ricotta, dill, capers, and cured egg yolk.

2708 N Henderson Ave
Dallas, TX

3. Truck Yard

5624 Sears St, Dallas, TX

Five different frozen libations are on offer at this Greenville Avenue bar, including a frozen mai tai made with rum and orgeat, a coconut key lime pie slushie, and a boozy trash can punch.

5624 Sears St
Dallas, TX

4. The Grapevine Bar

3902 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
Rachel Pinn

True Dallasites know this little bar on Maple has the strongest frozen drinks in town. Choose from a Tang-laced Tangarita, a “classy” Bellini, the pomegranate-flavored Pom Pom or a Suicide made with all three. Enjoy on the patio with a side of the best playlist ever.

3902 Maple Ave
Dallas, TX 75219

5. The Rustic

3656 Howell St, Dallas, TX

Park outside on this massive patio and get ready to sip frozen margaritas, strawberry-spiked frose, and an ever-rotating frozen drink that changes with the seasons.

3656 Howell St
Dallas, TX

6. The Quarter Bar

3301 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX

Looking for a no-frills frozen beverage? Belly up to the bar at The Quarter for boozy frozen raspberry lemonade or a rum-drenched frozen hurricane made with dark rum and tropical fruit.

3301 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX

7. Rodeo Goat

1926 Market Center Blvd, Dallas, TX

Leave it to the place that serves a dish called Goat Balls to come up with a frozen drank (nope, not a typo) they call Moontang. Appropriately, it’s a mix of moonshine and nostalgic orange drink Tang.

1926 Market Center Blvd
Dallas, TX

8. Southern Classic Daiquiri Factory

3030 Ross Ave, Dallas, TX 75204

This Louisiana-themed eatery slings frozen daiquiris by the glass or by the gallon in flavors like Thot Juice, a mix of peach, hypnotic, and strawberry margarita, or Triple D, which blends blue lemonade with classic New Orleans hurricane flavors.

3030 Ross Ave
Dallas, TX 75204

9. Mesero - Victory Park

2375 Victory Park Ln Suite 180, Dallas, TX 75219
Rachel Pinn

Margaritas can become mundane. Meet “Brandon,” a combination of frozen marg, strawberry purée and sangria that will shake up the usual happy hour. There’s also the Mr. Trey, which features a floater of citrusy Mandarine Napoleon liqueur on top.

2375 Victory Park Ln Suite 180
Dallas, TX 75219

10. Double Wide

3510 Commerce St, Dallas, TX

A little bit classy and a lot trashy, the Yoohoo Yeehaw is a creamy, frozen concoction that will remind you of the best part about being an adult: enjoying the flavors of childhood alongside a potent kick of booze.

3510 Commerce St
Dallas, TX

11. Thunderbird Station

3400 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75226

Nostalgic cocktails are the name of the game at this Deep Ellum bar, and the Peel Out will definitely evoke memories of an orange sherbet Push Pop. Order it at the bar, or grab a take-out pouch to go for a potently boozy way to cool off.

3400 Commerce St
Dallas, TX 75226

12. Twilite Lounge

2640 Elm St, Dallas, TX
Twilite Lounge

The scenario: You want to stay out and party with your friends, but it’s Friday night and it’s been a long week. The solution? Frozen Irish Coffee. This boozy slushie boasts a potent shot of caffeine that will propel even the most exhausted of partiers.

2640 Elm St
Dallas, TX

13. Beto & Son

3011 Gulden Ln #108, Dallas, TX 75212

At Beto and Son in Trinity Groves, guests can belly up to chef Julian’s Tableside Nitro Alchemy Bar and watch as either a liquid nitrogen margarita, frosé or piña colada is made right before their eyes. Each is topped off with the restaurant’s signature encapsulated fruit pearls for an extra pop of juicy flavor.

3011 Gulden Ln #108
Dallas, TX 75212

14. Daiquiris To Go

543 S Riverfront Blvd, Dallas, TX

Swing by this Downtown-adjacent drive-thru and pick up one of nine frozen drinks mixed with a shot or two (or hell, go for a gallon) of rum. Then, try to be mature about cocktail names like called Suck Me Dry or Pink Panties.

543 S Riverfront Blvd
Dallas, TX

15. Eskimo Hut - Frozen Daiquiris To-Go

5518 W Vickery Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Eskimo Hut / Facebook

With several locations around DFW including Arlington, Denton, and Ft. Worth, Eskimo Hut features 18 “base” flavors of boozy slushies that you can combine to create favorites like the “Code Red” made from combining cherry, Mai Tai and strawberry, or the “Fuzzy Memory,” made with cherry, peach and mango. Either way, its drive-thru convenience can’t be beat.

5518 W Vickery Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76107

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