Drink flights have become super popular lately and we’re not mad about it. Can’t decide what drink to try first? Just order a flight and try a bunch of different flavors all at once. From coffee flights to mimosa flights to margarita flights, or beer flights, there are so many unique flights in Dallas to choose from. To make it easier for you, we’ve created a list with some of our favorite flights in Dallas for you to try!
📷 American Coffee & Tea | @americancoffeeandtea
Calling all coffee lovers! You’ve gotta try these coffee flights at American Coffee & Tea Company. They are absolutely delicious. If you’re a coffee lover like we are and don’t want to just settle for one flavor if they all sound amazing to you, then just order a flight and try four delicious coffees at once.
📷 Mexican Bar Company | @mexbars
Did anyone say mimosa flights?! We’re all here for it! At Mexican Bar Company you can get small Mimosa Brunch Pitchers 32oz for $22 and large 60oz ones for $44. Choose between 5 different kinds of juices to splash in or try them all! They serve brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00am–3:00pm.
📷 Julia | @juliadrinksagain
Why settle for one mimosa flavor is you can have three?! There is no better way to start the weekend than with brunch and delicious mimosa flights at Mesero! You cannot go wrong with their $16 mimosa flights, incredible breakfast tacos, and churro pancakes. It’s one of our favorite spots.
Sky Blossom located in center of downtown Dallas has some of the prettiest and most Instagrammable cocktails in town! One of our favorites drinks are their margarita flights. They come with 4 different flavors: strawberry, blueberry, mango, and classic for $15. Their happy hour is Monday through Friday 3:00pm – 6:30pm.
📷 Daqs All Folks | @daqsallfolks
Have you ever tried daiquiri flight? Daq’s Daiquiris and More offers 12 different daiquiri flavors, from mango marg to peach bellini to pina colada passion fruit pineapple. We no it’s hard to choose where there’s so many delicious flavors, just order a flight if you’re not sure which flavor to try first. Every Fridays from 4:00-7:00pm you can get $8 flights. You don’t want to miss them!
We recently went to Steam Theory Brewing and of course couldn’t decide which beer to try first. So we decided to try one of their flights! We went with their Shady flights which features Spitzer Helm Berliner Weisse Beer with six different flavors. You can get this flight for $15. They also offer a Beer & Wing Flight Pairing, a Beer & Cookie Flight Pairing, or customized flights.
📷 Pegasus City Brewery | @PegasusCityBrewery
Have you been to Pegasus City brewery yet? They have a location in the Design District and opened up a second location in downtown Dallas. Their downtown Dallas location is the perfect place to go during the weekends or for happy hour after work. Make sure to order a beer flight during your visit. It’s such a fun experience.
📷 Julia | @juliadrinksagain
Located in a converted Carriage house in the cedars, you can find Four Corners Brewing Company. You can join them for a free guided tour of the brewery to learn all about the brewing process and their story every Saturday and Sunday. After your tour, visit the taproom and make sure to try this super fun Buchalada flight.
📷 Vidorra | @vidorradallas
Margarita lover, we’ve got you covered! Vidorra in Deep Ellum serves Frozen Patron Margarita Flights where you get to pick 4 different flavors, including Tamarindo, Watermelon, Strawberry, Mango, Blackberry, Guava, Passionfruit for $50. They also offer Don Julia Flights, Cazadores Flights, Patron Flights and Socorro Flights. What are you waiting for, time to catch one of these flights!
Saké lovers, this one is for you! Make sure to head over to Hawkers in Deep Ellum and try the Saké flight. Hawkers in an Asian inspired street food restaurant serving delicious dishes from all over Asia and super fun drinks. The Saké flight is served on a wooden tray and comes with three different types of Saké starting at $7. Our flight included the Eiko Fuji Ban Ryu Honjozo, the Tyku Junmai, and the Momokawa Nigori.