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 Manson on Turtle Creek.
Fort Worth’s Megan McClinton shows us how to make a berry-based cocktail, a perfect segue into the sizzling summer season.
Step aside, White Claw.
Celebrating Cinco de Mayo in quarantine is a cinch with these festive drinks.
Four star bartenders from around the state offer up recipes for delicious tipples and creative mocktails.
The coastal hot spot features a menu of midcentury island-time sippers, perfect for any time of the year.
The Hill Country craft distillery turned to Austin's Cuvée for its coffee liqueur.
Go globe-trotting at this travel-themed lounge.
The Dallas bar and eatery offers a delightful drink selection based on agave- and cane-based spirits.
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.
Summer may be wrapping up, but your next tropical night out is just around the corner.
Everyone from the novice to the aficionado can get something out of the city's festival of drink (just pace yourselves, please).
West Texas’s claim on this fizzy, lemony cocktail is unprovable? We’ll drink to that.
Alba Huerta, arguably the best bartender in Texas, chats about serving cocktails in Houston.
From Vox Table, in Austin.
From Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, in Dallas.
From Proof + Pantry, Dallas.
From Anvil Bar & Refuge, Houston.
From Barbaro, in San Antonio.
From Wonderland, in Austin.
From The Pastry War, Houston.
From Half Step, Austin.
From Minnie’s Tavern and Rye House, San Antonio.
From CBD Provisions, in Dallas.
From Drink.Well, in Austin.
People from the spirits/brew world will descend upon Alamo City this weekend to discuss, serve, and celebrate a myriad of boozy beverages at the 2nd Annual San Antonio Cocktail Conference. TEXAS MONTHLY’s own Pat Sharpe will be judging the conference’s Original Cocktail Competition from 3:30 to 6 p.m. at the St.
Is Election Day making you feel boozy? You aren’t alone. A number of Texas bars and restaurants are planning for customers to drink in ecstatic celebration or deep sorrow tomorrow after hitting the polls. If you’re in the mood for drink or two after casting your vote, check out some of these election-inspired cocktails from around Austin and Houston.
Modeled on the Manhattan Cocktail Classic, the first ever San Antonio Cocktail Conference is ginning up for next weekend, with four days of drink seminars, guided tastings, and cocktail parties. You can get a buzz just reading the program, which is amazing both in its scope and…
The best ways to drink Mexico’s best liquor.
The inventor’s wife is named Margarita, but the drink was not named for a woman.