Dallas is full of incredible dining and drinking experiences. How do restauranters decide what to put on their menus to catch the eye of their clients and how important is pairing cocktails with food?
Always Try the Signature Cocktails
If you spend an evening out in Uptown or bar hopping in Deep Ellum, you might notice that almost every bar has a signature old fashioned or has tried their hand at a margarita. These might be paired with appetizers, like smoked brisket nachos or mini corn dogs. That doesn’t even take into account all the ciders and local beers paired with everything from queso to quesadillas.
Home of the Original Frozen Margarita
On first look, it may not really seem to matter if the drinks complement the food, but one thing is for sure— a restaurant won’t go far without a liquor license Dallas TX. Almost all of the margaritas and old fashions are worth trying, just like most chefs’ take on the local favorites. In fact, not only is Dallas is home to the first frozen margarita, it’s also home to a fabulous margarita mile. This mile is well worth every sip.
And the Food is Good Too
Dallas is a foodie and drinker’s paradise, so most restauranters work quite hard to plan the perfect menu and set the right vibe for their business. They have to in this highly competitive environment. Many do it with great success, with drinks or dishes you absolutely have to try from various eateries.
In fact, if you ask someone from Dallas what to do while you’re visiting, you’ll get a list of places to eat and drink rather than a list of activities to try. That’s how good the dishes are here. Whether you’re pairing a breakfast burrito with mimosas or queso with margs, you’d have to spend years in Dallas to find the best. The journey is well worth trying though.