This alcoholic homage to Texas history and San Antonio’s great landmark features a cheeky ingredient—gunpowder tea.
While this cocktail is refreshing year-round, grapefruit season in Texas kicks off in the fall, making now an especially good time to enjoy it.
This drink is creamy, rich, mystifying, and ridiculously popular.
Seeking to make a refreshing cocktail, Amarillo bartender Tiffany Reagan turned to an unorthodox ingredient growing in her garden.
The one caveat? You have to use fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice, or fear the wrath of your local mixology expert.
Meet Under the Texas Sun, a crisp, refreshing nod to the season.
This cooling, rejuvenating summer drink is made up of four ingredients that you already have at home: water, lime juice, ice, and sugar.
The Desert Plant & Pepper appears as soft and alluring as a glass of pink lemonade, but prepare your palate for a punch.
Can your blender hack it?
You’ll always be prepared for cocktail time with this make-ahead batch recipe from Houston Eaves, of San Antonio’s Esquire Tavern.
For the Old Pepper, acclaimed Houston bartender Alba Huerta takes bourbon and spices it up.
Bill Norris, of Alamo Drafthouse and Midnight Cowboy, pours one out for the Pegu Club, the beloved New York cocktail mecca that has permanently closed in the wake of COVID-19.
Jalapeño-infused agave is the secret to this sweet and spicy version from Danny Caffall, of Dallas’s Mansion on Turtle Creek.
Pedro Ricalo, of Bullion in Dallas, shows how to make an easy, refreshing summer drink with a favorite brown spirit.
Fort Worth’s Megan McClinton shows us how to make her berry-based cocktail, a perfect segue into the sizzling summer season.
Bartender Robert Bjorn Taylor of Austin shows how to make his at-home Scotch-based cocktail, the Robert Royale.
The most popular cocktail from Marfa’s Capri restaurant captures the desert in a glass.
The Austin speakeasy Midnight Cowboy’s updated menu, themed around the art of conversation, features a striking new cocktail.
The Houston Italian restaurant Coltivare has built its drink program around this herbal liqueur. Try the Life Aquatic.
From the Midnight Rambler, in Dallas.
The Starlight Theatre Restaurant & Saloon has been serving its cactus margarita for so long that no one can recall its exact origins.
From Drink.Well, in Austin.
A cocktail as bright and pure as the West Texas sun.
From the Monterey, in San Antonio.
From Wonderland, in Austin.
It’s guaranteed to make your favorite urban cowgirl or cowboy happier than an armadillo diggin’ grub worms.