Where to find boozy frozen drinks in Austin:

North Austin

Spots to get boozy frozen drinks in North Austin

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Foxhole Culinary Tavern

13995 N. U.S. 183

Frosé caught on as rosé skyrocketed in popularity, but not all frosé — as with so many things in life — is created equal. In the Lakeline area, this date-night spot offers the Foxhole Frosé, with rosé, lemon, basil and strawberry, which you might find tastier than nearly all the rest.

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The Aristocrat Lounge

6507 Burnet Road

Keep it simple. Keep it safe. You can count on the former Poodle Dog Lounge to offer a laid-back good time and also to have some kind of rotating frozen cocktail on special, such as this summer’s frozen Bee’s Knees with Ford’s Gin, fresh lemon and honey.

The frozen margarita at Manuel's is a traditional recipe, with tequila, triple sec and fresh lime, and that simplicity produces delicious results. [Arianna Auber / AMERICAN-STATESMAN]


10201 Jollyville Road

Throw a stone anywhere in Austin and, depending on your arm, it’ll likely land near a place that sells frozen margaritas. But the Manuel’s version (so easy, so frosty) exemplifies how blanco tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice made margaritas so beloved in Texas in the first place. Manuel’s has two locations; although the downtown one (310 Congress Ave.) is perfectly nice, the Arboretum restaurant has an outdoor patio so pretty you might not even notice the summer heat.