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Cinco de Mayo is an opportunity to learn more about Mexican history. Here's what you should know and what you should avoid.
10 places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Boston
From Faneuil Hall pub crawls to Chestnut Hill margaritas.
Your Guide to Celebrating Cinco de Mayo at Easton
In need of a place to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Columbus? Grab your friends and head to one or all of these Easton hot spots to enjoy delicious south-of-the-border food, live music and fiesta flare! This is your guide to celebrating Cinco de Mayo at Easton Cinco de Mayo at Adobe Gila's What better way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Columbus than with an authentic taste of the Southwest? Adobe Gila's at Easton is famous for border favorites like fajitas, quesadillas…
10 best places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo -- the 5th of May -- means one thing in many cities across the United States and Mexico: fiesta time.
This is How San Antonio Celebrates Cinco de Mayo
Chef Johnny Hernandez celebrates with his favorite things: tacos, tequila, and a table surrounded by good friends. Johnny Hernandez is in the kitchen of his San Antonio home slicing melon, pineapple, and papaya into perfectly symmetrical strips when the memory of his first restaurant job makes him laugh out loud. It’s a warm, rich laugh that surfaces easily and often—and it’s contagious. “When I was 14, I got hired at a Marriott downtown to cut up fruit for their brunch buffet,” he recalls…
Why do we celebrate Cinco de Mayo?
For many Americans, Cinco de Mayo means enjoying Mexican food and probably a few margaritas as well. But Cinco de Mayo, which means May 5 in Spanish, is probably one of the most misunderstood Mexican holidays.
Why we celebrate Cinco de Mayo
It's May 5, and America is celebrating Cinco de Mayo -- but why? Hint: It's not Mexican Independence Day.