cinco de mayo
Since it’s a Monday, this menu will make it easier to work and still serve up a fiesta for the family.
This is Cinco De Mayo, and if you’re celebrating, you may want to find out how to make the meal healthier.
It’s Cinco de Mayo! And, 190 Mexican Recipes offers…well, pretty much exactly what you’d expect with a name like that.
Philadelphia’s second annual “Mexican Week” kicked off at City Hall, with events running through Monday, May 5th.
“Everything in produce is just supply and demand,” says Butch Dougherty, who operates a produce stand in the Reading Terminal Market. He blames the harsh winter for short supplies.
Fajitas are the ultimate in do-it-yourself dining. These Philadelphia restaurants let you wrap up some of the best fajitas around town.
Get ready for Cinco de Mayo with a “Tequila 101″ podcast from an expert, and check out the plan for a farm market in Ambler, Pa.
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.
March of the Sombreros takes place tonight on South Street. What is it?
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.
Cinco de Mayo has become a celebration of Mexican heritage and history here in the City of Brotherly Love. These restaurants can help you observe Cinco de Mayo with some great specials and delicious margaritas.
What better way to celebrate the Mexican victory than with a feast and margarita toast to the delicious food we might be forced to live without, had it not been for victory on el 5 de mayo?