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The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
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Where to Drink Giant Shareable Cocktails in Dallas

Massive mimosas, spectacular sangrias, and more large boozy beverages await

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The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
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Considering the high price of craft cocktails these days, it’s a good idea to think about buying in bulk when headed out for the night with a group of friends. Instead of splitting a cheap six-pack at home, these 10 Dallas bars offer seriously massive cocktails that can be shared between two (or more) people. It just makes good economic sense.

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Hero, located at the base of American Airlines Center in Victory Park, offers up a gigantic space and a huge menu with massive cocktails to match. Choose from five group cocktails including the $45 “megamosa,” served in a 3-foot-tall champagne glass; and the watermelon cooler, served in an actual Coleman cooler.

The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
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Te Deseo

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Harwood’s newest restaurant, bar and patio, Te Deseo, will mix up two cocktails that serve a crowd (priced at $55 each). Havana’s Mojito features Diplomático Mantuano rum, lemongrass, Topo Chico, mint, and lime. The Te Deseo Margarita combines Lunazul Blanco tequila, jackfruit cordial, lime, and house orange bitters.

The La Calena cocktail at Te Deseo Rebecca Adler for Te Deseo

Punch Bowl Social Dallas

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It should come as no surprise to anyone that a spot called Punch Bowl Social serves up, well, bowls of boozy punch. Whether it’s a corporate event, birthday, brunch or just Thirsty Thursday, a $40 four-person Spritz to Share combining Aperol, sparkling wine, and fizzy soda awaits.

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The Standard Pour

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The Standard Pour has long been turning heads with its giant Moscow Mule. Vodka, lime, ginger beer and mint come together in a $100, 4-person cocktail called The Big Mule. Or, for a $150 splurge, get a humongous Copper Flamingo Punch filled to the brim with Absolut Elyx vodka, Tito Pepe fino sherry, Batavia arrack, yuzu, pineapple juice, Angostura, ginger beer, lime, and mint.

Gung Ho

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Asian-flavored Gung Ho plays host to tiki cocktails quite often, and its foray into cocktails-for-a-crowd are big, beautiful examples of that comeback trend. The $45 Hello Hong Kong features 42 Below Vodka, Yuzu Sake, plum brandy, raspberries, lemongrass, and lemon. The Good Night Shanghai (also $45) combines Cruzan rum with pea flower tea, pineapple, coconut cream, orange juice, and lime.

High Fives

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The High Fives Fish Bowl is a $50, multi-strawed combination of not one but three different flavors of Stoli vodka, plus lime, peach schnapps, grenadine, pineapple, Sprite, and fresh fruit.

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Make it a good one, with one of these! #GoodFriday.

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Happiest Hour

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Happiest Hour’s menu is packed with “Team Drinks” like beer towers, a trio of sangrias called the Tour de Lillet, a gigantic 62 oz. frozé, and a ton more shareable options. These pair well with a bucket of nachos, also on the menu.

The Adolphus Hotel

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On the seventh floor of The Adolphus hotel downtown, $50 will keep drinkers cool beside the pool with a huge frozen margarita full of rosé, Aperol, Licor 43, strawberry, simple syrup, and lime. 

The Backyard

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Score 96 oz. of booze with a Mastiff Mule for $65 at The Backyard (just make sure to bring a couple of friends because this bar definitely requires sharing).

4 Kahunas Tiki Lounge

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Obviously, the one true tiki bar in DFW should serve more than one tiki drink with more than one straw. Called Search Party Specialties, these three cocktails are served up in classic shareable vessels and are more than enough fun for a party of 3-4. Plenty of rum, fruit juices and house-made ingredients make the Scorpion Bowl, the Release the Kraken! and the Volcano Bowl as delicious as they are strong.

Hero

The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
Dallas Love List

Hero, located at the base of American Airlines Center in Victory Park, offers up a gigantic space and a huge menu with massive cocktails to match. Choose from five group cocktails including the $45 “megamosa,” served in a 3-foot-tall champagne glass; and the watermelon cooler, served in an actual Coleman cooler.

The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
The $45 Mega Mosa at Hero in Victory Park
Dallas Love List

Te Deseo

The La Calena cocktail at Te Deseo Rebecca Adler for Te Deseo

Harwood’s newest restaurant, bar and patio, Te Deseo, will mix up two cocktails that serve a crowd (priced at $55 each). Havana’s Mojito features Diplomático Mantuano rum, lemongrass, Topo Chico, mint, and lime. The Te Deseo Margarita combines Lunazul Blanco tequila, jackfruit cordial, lime, and house orange bitters.

The La Calena cocktail at Te Deseo Rebecca Adler for Te Deseo

Punch Bowl Social Dallas

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It should come as no surprise to anyone that a spot called Punch Bowl Social serves up, well, bowls of boozy punch. Whether it’s a corporate event, birthday, brunch or just Thirsty Thursday, a $40 four-person Spritz to Share combining Aperol, sparkling wine, and fizzy soda awaits.

Punch Bowl Social/Facebook

The Standard Pour

The Standard Pour has long been turning heads with its giant Moscow Mule. Vodka, lime, ginger beer and mint come together in a $100, 4-person cocktail called The Big Mule. Or, for a $150 splurge, get a humongous Copper Flamingo Punch filled to the brim with Absolut Elyx vodka, Tito Pepe fino sherry, Batavia arrack, yuzu, pineapple juice, Angostura, ginger beer, lime, and mint.

Gung Ho

Asian-flavored Gung Ho plays host to tiki cocktails quite often, and its foray into cocktails-for-a-crowd are big, beautiful examples of that comeback trend. The $45 Hello Hong Kong features 42 Below Vodka, Yuzu Sake, plum brandy, raspberries, lemongrass, and lemon. The Good Night Shanghai (also $45) combines Cruzan rum with pea flower tea, pineapple, coconut cream, orange juice, and lime.

High Fives

The High Fives Fish Bowl is a $50, multi-strawed combination of not one but three different flavors of Stoli vodka, plus lime, peach schnapps, grenadine, pineapple, Sprite, and fresh fruit.

View this post on Instagram

Make it a good one, with one of these! #GoodFriday.

A post shared by High Fives Dallas (@highfivesdallas) on

Happiest Hour

Happiest Hour’s menu is packed with “Team Drinks” like beer towers, a trio of sangrias called the Tour de Lillet, a gigantic 62 oz. frozé, and a ton more shareable options. These pair well with a bucket of nachos, also on the menu.

The Adolphus Hotel

On the seventh floor of The Adolphus hotel downtown, $50 will keep drinkers cool beside the pool with a huge frozen margarita full of rosé, Aperol, Licor 43, strawberry, simple syrup, and lime. 

The Backyard

Score 96 oz. of booze with a Mastiff Mule for $65 at The Backyard (just make sure to bring a couple of friends because this bar definitely requires sharing).

4 Kahunas Tiki Lounge

Obviously, the one true tiki bar in DFW should serve more than one tiki drink with more than one straw. Called Search Party Specialties, these three cocktails are served up in classic shareable vessels and are more than enough fun for a party of 3-4. Plenty of rum, fruit juices and house-made ingredients make the Scorpion Bowl, the Release the Kraken! and the Volcano Bowl as delicious as they are strong.

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