Come over to the dark side.
Support your favorite bars by getting takeout tipples.
Plus, the best pop culture pairings for Travis Scott’s spiked seltzer, Matthew McConaughey’s bourbon, and more.
Toast the long-awaited end to this year with any of these sparkling Texas wines, ciders, and even a ready-made cocktail.
Try your hand at gardening, stargazing, mixing the world’s easiest cocktail, and much more with this handy guide.
From the classic (Matamoros-style tacos) to the adventurous (birria wontons, anyone?), these are the best dishes I sampled this year.
Sour pickles, Thin Mint cookies, buffalo wings, deep-fried Oreos: no flavor is off-limits.
Schnitzel, steins, and social distancing through Oktoberfest and beyond.
These five new grain-to-glass releases are proof that the state’s still-young whiskey industry is developing a bold regional profile.
It’s time to think beyond beer and margaritas, says Suerte wine director Celia Pellegrini.
Over Memorial Day weekend, locals and tourists flocked to the Poop Deck in Galveston as Governor Greg Abbott allowed Texas bars to open at limited capacity.
All proceeds from the sale of the Wanderer Series Relief Project cinsault go to the Southern Smoke Foundation.
While nothing can replace a sun-dappled afternoon at a winery, virtual tastings may be the next best thing.
The state's breweries are turning out creative winter stouts and porters.
The right retailers can help you find the perfect bargain or blowout bottle. Here are our favorites across the state, along with their recommendations for the season.
Celebrate this holiday season with the one thing that brings all communities together—food. From the history of tamales at Christmas, to the perfect wine to pair with each dish, to a bevy of Instant Pot recipes and a Christmas tree made of best wurst, this holiday collection from Texas Monthly and our partner H-E-B is sure to inspire. Happy holidays!
The coastal hot spot features a menu of midcentury island-time sippers, perfect for any time of the year.
When eating here, you can do far more with your money than enjoy great food and drinks.
Ray Gene, proprietor of Longview’s singular It’ll Do Tavern, passed away last weekend.
Decide for yourself how well some of our Lone Star State favorites stack up against international competition.
Radio host Kristopher Hart's dream flight shows the range of what’s possible from Texas whiskey distilleries.
A decade ago, there was no Texas whiskey. Today, the state’s craft distillers are making world-class bourbons and single malts—and slick imitators are trying to stake a claim.
The Hill Country craft distillery turned to Austin's Cuvée for its coffee liqueur.
The beloved Texas pit stop’s brew placed first in the nation for the third year in a row.
Go globe-trotting at this travel-themed lounge.
The lemonade-infused version, which debuted last year, makes for refreshing cocktails. Here are three to try at home.
Get there early for this Friday lunch special from pitmaster Jordy Jordan.
Where to stay, shop, eat, drink, and explore its thriving arts and sports scenes.
Any of these 37 vintages from throughout the state make for a perfect accompaniment—and bit of relief—to the season’s heat.
Jester King Brewery will host dozens of producers from around the world who specialize in a minimal-intervention approach to winemaking.
The fast-growing brand of flavor-infused vodkas opens a newly expanded space this weekend.
The Dallas bar and eatery offers a delightful drink selection based on agave- and cane-based spirits.
This new, genteel club in the inn's basement specializes in top-notch cocktails, served with a side of jazz.
It's the National Beer of Texas, but light on the calories and the alcohol.
The Old Fashioned is always in style at this cozy bar, one of the leaders in East Austin's craft cocktail scene.
Which wine complements both gravy and Brussels sprouts? What can you serve alongside pumpkin pie? We've got you covered.
From the most extensive lists to the best by-the-glass offerings, these 35 Texas restaurants are a wine lover's dream.
Mudhen Meat and Greens in Dallas offers up this dark drink, made with gin, activated charcoal powder, and aquafaba (a.k.a. drained chickpea juice).
The movers and shakers behind the state’s craft cocktail scene keep it interesting with these hot spots, all opened in 2018.
Our five chefs recommend cocktails, wine, and beer that go well with their menus—as well as with football, fall, and cooler weather.
Out of the 180 new vintages we tasted from across the state, these are the bottles we highly recommend this season.
Yes, there will be pumpkin.
Why are the world’s biggest wine names spending August in a Dallas suburb? Take a trip inside TEXSOM.
Summer may be wrapping up, but your next tropical night out is just around the corner.
Enjoy them straight, on the rocks, or in an inventive cocktail, such as the Tejas Ponche from Treaty Oak in Dripping Springs.
Parishioners of all ages can come for divine service, cold drinks, and an ambitious menu.
The recently acquired delivery startup will bring its parent company’s beer and wine to customers in under an hour.
These tropical drinks are a breeze to make.
Vianney Rodriguez's 'The Tex-Mex Slow Cooker' offers easy recipes for comfort food—plus slow-cooker cocktails.
Twenty places across the state where the food is just as good as the craft beer.