Celebrating Cinco De Mayo in Los Angeles

Cinco De Mayo is here and what better way to celebrate than with the activities listed below around Los Angeles, CA. Enjoy the festivities and sip on some tequila at these locations below.

Cinco de Mayo: Where to get $5 margaritas, free tacos, tequila snow cones

If you’re looking for an excuse to drink tequila, you’re in luck: Cinco de Mayo is here. Here’s a list of restaurants and bars with $5 margaritas, taco specials and even a place with a tequila snow cone machine. 
  • Border Grill
  • The Bungalow Santa Monica
  • Cascabel
  • Ceremony Bar
  • Chipotle
  • Dia de Campo
  • Fuego
  • Gracias Madre
  • Las Perlas
  • Harvard and Stone
  • Mercado
  • Public School 310, 818 and 805
  • Rock and Brews
  • Shorebar
  • Solita Tacos and Margaritas
  • Taco Bell 

Best Cinco De Mayo Events Near Los Angeles

May 5th marks the victory of the small Mexican army over the invading and much larger French force in the battle of Puebla. This great source of tremendous pride is celebrated with music and an abundance of food and drink. If you live in Los Angeles then you already know it’s something to look forward to. But there’s a lot more to Cinco de mayo than tacos and margaritas.
  • Olvera Street Festival 
  • Lucha VaVOOM
  • Los Lobos, Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin with the Guilty Ones 
  • Tortilla Republic
  • Las Perlas

Cinco de Mayo in Los Angeles: 6 ways to celebrate

LOS ANGELES, CA – MAY 05: Jose Gregorio Perez attends Cinco de Mayo festivities on May 5, 2010, at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Site on Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles, California. Here are five ways to celebrate on Tuesday, including festive desserts, flaming drinks and a fiesta at the place where the City of Angels began.
  • Puro Pair Dia y Noche
  • Flaming margaritas at El Compadre
  • Taco Trucks
  • Blackmarket Bakery – Dulce de Leche cakes + espresso bar
  • Real Food Daily – Vegan tacos and happy hour nachos 
  • Upper West Restaurant – Ahi tuna tacos and chimichurri sweet potato fries

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