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The Mansion Bar.
The Mansion Bar.
Photo credit: The Mansion on Turtle Creek

Where to Sip Champagne Cocktails in Dallas

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The Mansion Bar.
| Photo credit: The Mansion on Turtle Creek

While Champagne is known to make up approximately one-third of the average Whale's diet (the other two-thirds being caviar and foie gras, of course), its bubbly effervescence is enjoyed by mere mortals as well; it has the distinction of pairing well with just about every type of food, making those sometimes pesky wine pairings a cinch. Sometimes one craves a little extra booze with their champagne, though, and for those moments a Champagne cocktail is just what the doctor (or mixologist) ordered. Behold, a map of where to enjoy some of the city's finest Champagne cocktails.


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Boulevardier

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Bishop Arts hotspot Boulevardier is co-owned by the guys behind Veritas, and it shows in the extensive beverage list. Try the La Vie en Rose, which adds floral notes to Champagne with rosewater and demerara sugar, or the Belle Femme, with vodka, St. Germain, blackberries, and local honey.

Cafe Des Artistes

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Cafe des Artistes has a very old school Parisian brasserie feel, making it the perfect place to sip Champagne drinks, and they've got a full list of classics, from the bellini and the French 75 to the Aperol Spritz, or opt for the straight-up Champagne Cocktail with cognac and bitters.

Dee Lincoln's Dining Room & Bubble Bar

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Glitzy Dee Lincoln's is champagne-obsessed, with more than 30 varieties on hand, plus a fancy Flute Machine that dispenses it by the ounce; there's also champagne cocktails like the signature Bubble Bubble, with Grey Goose pear vodka, St. Germain, and lemon.
Retro-modern chic Local has a deliciously refreshing champagne drink adorned with a scoop of housemade grapefruit-rosemary sorbet.

The Mansion Bar

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The cozy Mansion Bar screams old money, so what better place to sip a Champagne drink? Ask for the Blazing Turtle, which punches up bubbly with peach puree, ancho chili, and lime; live music, typically jazz, enhances the experience on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.

The Mason Bar

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Housed in an old Masonic temple, The Mason Bar has a relaxed, classic feeling -- an ideal Uptown spot to sip a perfectly crafted French 75.

Nosh Euro Bistro

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Avner Samuel's cozy Oak Lawn bistro has a bar perfect for sipping a French Fizz -- a combination of Hangar One blueberry vodka, elderflower, and Champagne -- and snacking on fancy apps like lobster shooters and escargot.

The People's Last Stand

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The bartenders at this Mockingbird Station cocktail den shake up a mean French 75, but they'll also make you something a little more contemporary, like the "Sleeping With The Enemy" that adds Kronan Swedish Punsch, vodka, and raspberries to champagne.

The Standard Pour

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The Life & Death is a Champagne cocktail with balls. Gin, lemon, Aperol, a sugar cube, and a light spritz of absinthe are topped off with bubbly for a fantastic drink that strays from the usual St. Germain-and-strawberries territory.

Toulouse Café and Bar

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Uptown Francophiles head to Toulouse to sip Champagne cocktails alongside escargots and pate; try the Champerno, which pairs bubbly with the licorice notes of Pernod.

Boulevardier

Bishop Arts hotspot Boulevardier is co-owned by the guys behind Veritas, and it shows in the extensive beverage list. Try the La Vie en Rose, which adds floral notes to Champagne with rosewater and demerara sugar, or the Belle Femme, with vodka, St. Germain, blackberries, and local honey.

Cafe Des Artistes

Cafe des Artistes has a very old school Parisian brasserie feel, making it the perfect place to sip Champagne drinks, and they've got a full list of classics, from the bellini and the French 75 to the Aperol Spritz, or opt for the straight-up Champagne Cocktail with cognac and bitters.

Dee Lincoln's Dining Room & Bubble Bar

Glitzy Dee Lincoln's is champagne-obsessed, with more than 30 varieties on hand, plus a fancy Flute Machine that dispenses it by the ounce; there's also champagne cocktails like the signature Bubble Bubble, with Grey Goose pear vodka, St. Germain, and lemon.

Local

Retro-modern chic Local has a deliciously refreshing champagne drink adorned with a scoop of housemade grapefruit-rosemary sorbet.

The Mansion Bar

The cozy Mansion Bar screams old money, so what better place to sip a Champagne drink? Ask for the Blazing Turtle, which punches up bubbly with peach puree, ancho chili, and lime; live music, typically jazz, enhances the experience on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.

The Mason Bar

Housed in an old Masonic temple, The Mason Bar has a relaxed, classic feeling -- an ideal Uptown spot to sip a perfectly crafted French 75.

Nosh Euro Bistro

Avner Samuel's cozy Oak Lawn bistro has a bar perfect for sipping a French Fizz -- a combination of Hangar One blueberry vodka, elderflower, and Champagne -- and snacking on fancy apps like lobster shooters and escargot.

The People's Last Stand

The bartenders at this Mockingbird Station cocktail den shake up a mean French 75, but they'll also make you something a little more contemporary, like the "Sleeping With The Enemy" that adds Kronan Swedish Punsch, vodka, and raspberries to champagne.

The Standard Pour

The Life & Death is a Champagne cocktail with balls. Gin, lemon, Aperol, a sugar cube, and a light spritz of absinthe are topped off with bubbly for a fantastic drink that strays from the usual St. Germain-and-strawberries territory.

Toulouse Café and Bar

Uptown Francophiles head to Toulouse to sip Champagne cocktails alongside escargots and pate; try the Champerno, which pairs bubbly with the licorice notes of Pernod.

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