cinco de mayo
Revelers in Center City gathered at a street festival to mark Cinco de Mayo, a Mexican holiday marking a military victory over the French in the city of Puebla, way back in 1862.
Sonic, Taco Bell and Chili’s are all reportedly offering deals or free food.
It’s Cinco de Mayo – and while you could high tail it to your favorite Mexican restaurant for a margarita, you might check out Mission Margarita instead.
Cinco de Mayo, traditionally recognized in our country as time to honor Mexican heritage and culture, is celebrated in the City of Brotherly Love with a number of special events.
Since it’s a Monday, this menu will make it easier to work and still serve up a fiesta for the family.
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Philadelphia’s second annual “Mexican Week” kicked off at City Hall, with events running through Monday, May 5th.
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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a margarita toast and a delicious Mexican feast at one of these area bars and restaurants.
It’s Cinco De Mayo, and much like St. Patrick’s Day, everyone is invited to celebrate.
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Cinco de Mayo commemorates the right to eat, drink and be merry. These events will make it clear that celebrating Mexican heritage and pride is not only a nationwide event in the United States but also a citywide party in Philadelphia.