Tequila throwdown, Margarita Meltdown, comes to Bishop Arts Sunday

Good thing Monday is a holiday. The Bishop Arts District is hosting the Hotter Than Hell Margarita Meltdown competition from 6-10 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4.

Bartenders from some of the city’s most popular restaurants, including Bolsa, Nova and Smoke, will mix up their favorite margarita recipes for a chance to win bragging rights as Big D’s best margarita maker. Tickets are $20 and include drink samples, and a donation will be made to La Voz de Anciano. Everyone who buys a ticket also gets one vote to use on their favorite margarita.

There will also be DJs and street food from Vera Cruz Cafe and Hacianda on Henderson.


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