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Cinco de Mayo or the 5th of May commemorates the Mexican Army’s victory over the French in 1862 at the battle of Puebla. Throughout Mexico the holiday has a limited recognition and is really only celebrated regularly in the state of Puebla itself. It’s only in the US that the event has become widespread and a reason for a fiesta grande. Many Americans (whether of Mexican Heritage or not) seem to have enthusiastically taken to this particular event.

Cinco de Mayo is a time to celebrate Mexican culture in all its vibrant aspects. Festive gatherings will include bright colors, delicious food and fabulous dance presentations. Great Mariachis, Salsa, Norteno bands and other Latin American inspired music will be the norm. It is also an occasion for virtually every Mexican Restaurant in the country to host great times, although we offer this menu should you want to stay home for the fiesta. Cerveza and Margaritas top the list of beverage favorites, but Mojitos, Daiquiris, Sangria, Pina Coladas or any other drink name ending in a vowel will also be popular.

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