Dj Reggs is the Dallas Margarita Meltdown’s resident DJ. He spins top 40, hip hop while mixing in rock and country.
• The West End is known for its rich history and is one of the most visited destinations in Downtown. The district is comprised of century-old brick warehouses that have been refurbished into dozens of restaurants and shops. The West End has always stayed true to its historic aesthetic and old charm, but now offers more attractions, entertainment, dining, and shopping options than ever.
The Dallas Margarita Meltdown has been home to many different types of restaurants, bars and Hotels.
Every year local restaurants participate so their friends, family and regulars can come out and experience a festival like no other in the city.
Here is a list of our past participating establishments: Asador, Blue Fire Grille, Cyclone Anayas, Bar 303, Komali, Pier 247, Westin Hotel, Iron Cactus, Pie 314, Whiskey Cake, La Calle Doce, El Ranchito, RJ’s Mexican Cuisine, Veracruz Cafe, The Ranch, Amigos Restaurant, The Lot, Pakpao, Mesa, Vagabond, Urban Taco, Oak Cliff Social Club, Boulvardier, Joyce and Gigi’s, Mexican Sugar, Buena Vista, Lazaranda, The Local Oak, Cubiertos, Genaro’s, Tillman’s Roadhouse, The Cedar Social, Ten Sports Grille, Katy Ice House, Babe’s, Pozo, La Duni, La Margarita, Soleo, Meso Maya, Victoria’s, Bowl and Barrel, Sunset Lounge, Outpost, Ten Bells Tavern, Mutt’s Cantina, The Rustic, El Fenix, Lark, De Lat, and more.