Here are the four hottest spots in Dallas to try the sip of the season: the espresso martini.
Head to The Mansion Bar for an expertly crafted coffee cocktail.
1. The Mansion Bar
Sip in style at The Mansion Bar, nestled in the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. This smart-casual lounge serves up an atmosphere of approachable refinement complete with soft lighting, plush seating, bold hues and fine wood accents. Sit back with the locally sourced coffee cocktail, expertly coupled with a craft charcuterie board with seasonal pickles and grain mustard; apple cobbler with hazelnut streusel and horchata ice cream; or cinnamon churros drizzled with dulce de leche and chocolate sauce. 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd., rosewoodhotels.com
This beloved bistro and bar is the definition of a gilded tasting experience. Whether you’re visiting for dinner or weekend brunch, Beverley’s has something for everyone—including a killer espresso martini expertly crafted with Mr Black coffee liqueur, Licor 43, vodka, espresso, nutmeg and orange zest. For a particularly sweet pairing, complement your chic beverage with a sticky toffee cake drizzled in rich toffee sauce, HEATH Toffee Bar pieces and vanilla bean ice cream. 3215 N. Fitzhugh Ave., beverleysdallas.com
Snag a spot in the elevated yet intimate interior of The Charles.
3. The Charles
Famous for its Texas-inspired Italian cuisine, The Charles is just the place for Dallas’ most affluent to indulge in a delectably caffeinated cocktail. Enjoy an electric espresso martini in this sexy upscale eatery, with wood-fired cuisine and a carefully balanced aesthetic that emanates both modern flair and traditional style. Lounge amid colorful lighting, elegant seating and unique decor—perfect for breaking the ice or for a romantic evening on the town.1632 Market Center Blvd., thecharlesdallas.com
Each sumptuous sip starts with the finest-quality coffee beans.
4. Cafe Pacific
Settle in for a morning of subtle sophistication brought to life by delicate florals, checkered floors, rich marble and the warm glow of dark mahogany. Brunch at Cafe Pacific offers a delectable menu featuring hearty crab cake Benedict, Nova Scotia lobster omelets and its signature French toast to start the day off right—with an esteemed espresso martini on the side, of course. Mimosa who? 24 Highland Park Village, cafepacificdallas.com