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Cinco de Mayo is more than an excuse to head to your favorite Mexican restaurant for a savory marg. Ready for a mini history lesson?! On May 5, 1862 Mexican troops beat the French during the famous Battle of Puebla defending their independence. This marks a historic day of Mexican unity and patriotism – which led to an epic party that is celebrated each year. Trying to determine where you will celebrate? Allow us to point out a few must-visit locations.

La Neta Cocina y Lounge is hosting a Cinco de Mayo brunch on Friday, May 5. Specials include $9 taco pairings; $7 shots of Patron Silver or Reposado; $9 Patron Margaritas or Palomas; and $100 bottles of Silver or Reposado. Friday’s brunch is served all day long. So come early and stay late!

Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a live Mariachi band from noon to 4 p.m. The restaurant will host happy hour on drinks from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Ori’ Zaba’s Scratch Mexican Grill boasts a 3-day weekend special complete with $6 classic bowls all weekend long May 5 – 7.

Grape Street Café & Wine Bar is celebrating Cinco de Mayo in style with a delicious selection of food and drink specials. Guests can enjoy $7 shots of tequila blanco, $10 palomas, $12 Mexican Hamptinis, and $13 Mezcal Mules throughout the evening. On the food menu, there’s something for everyone with tasty shrimp ceviche, succulent shrimp tacos, hearty steak or chicken nachos, and flavorful steak quesadillas. Whether you’re celebrating with friends or just looking for a festive night out, Grape Street Cafe & Wine Bar is the perfect destination for a memorable Cinco de Mayo.

JING is excited to announce their Cinco de Mayo Brunch Club University Party on Sunday, May 7th. This event promises to be a fun-filled celebration with delicious food, drinks, and great music. Be sure to secure your spot and book your tables in advance at