DALLAS — A glitzy bar in the Cedar Springs strip is serving up some yuletide magic. Mr. Misster put a witty spin on traditional cocktails, surely cheering up those having a blue Christmas.

You’ll be greeted by Usloy, the bartender who mixed up a few fabulous cocktails to help us toast the season.

Usloy the bartender at Mr. Misster in Dallas
Maria Delgado


Salted Carmel White Russian

  • Kahlua Salted Caramel
  • Stoli Salted Caramel Vodka
  • Half and Half
  • Pink Himalayan Salt Rim
Salted Carmel White Russian at Mr. Misster in Dallas
Maria Delgado


We had a creamy start to our Holiday Hoopla, but it tasted like 1000 calories — very delicious, but very heavy. The Pink Himalayan salt will satisfy your lavish lifestyle while providing balance to the caramel. However, we recommend getting this cocktail short.

Apple Cider Margarita

  • Casamigos Blanco Tequila
  • Apple Cider
  • Lemon Juice
  • Sugar/Cinnamon Rim
Apple Cider Margarita at Mr. Misster in Dallas
Maria Delgado


This spirited drink had a twist of naughty, with just a sprinkle of nice! It’s a traditional lime margarita beginning followed by a luscious cinnamon finish. It’s a perfect explosion of balanced flavor. A nice tasty treat that takes the guilt away from drinking your calories. At this point, Usloy has earned his spot on the nice list!

Fireball Apple Pie

  • Fireball Whiskey
  • Apple Juice
  • Prosecco
  • Pink Himalayan Salt Rim
Fireball Apple Pie at Mr. Misster in Dallas
Maria Delgado

It’s a festive fiesta watching Usloy create these merry little cocktails. He topped off this drink with a Cinna-bae sprinkle of spices. It’s a sweet start, but that fireball comes in hot! A pungent drink for those brave enough to try.

Some may find these holiday bevs a little challenging, but you're sure to find something you love! Combined with the fantastic company of Usloy the bartender, a stop at Mr. Misster will certainly brighten your holidays.

For more information about Mr. Misster, visit: mrmissterdallas.com

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