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Cinco De Mayo Celebrations in the Neighborhood

Celebramos!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by drinking margaritas and chowing down on chips and guacamole. Cinco de Mayo (for those of you who flunked high school Spanish) is on May 5th.  Here are some local neighborhood businesses who are celebrating! Check back as this list will be updated as needed! 

Loco is Cinco de Mayo Central

Loco is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with 5 days of fun starting May 1st! Expect specialty drinks, tacos, appetizer and more! Go to their Instagram for details! Patio will be open (weather permitting). Loco is also packing up the party to go with the Cinco Box – everything included to throw the perfect party 🌮🍻🥳 All orders must be placed by 10pm, Sunday May 2. Boxes will be available for pick up on May 5 between 12-6pm. Boxes serve 4-6 people. Boxes cost $150. No substitutions. Available while supplies last, pre-order today!

Fiesta Kit from Lincoln

Lincoln wants to get you ready for Cinco de Mayo with a special fiesta kit to enjoy at home! For $75 you get starters like chips and guacamole, carnitas tacos, and Mexican chocolate chip ice cream! Plus you can add in margarita kits too! Check out the full menu herePreorder by May 4th. 

Doors Open Early at Yellow Door 

YDT will open its doors at 12noon at both locations! Enjoy taco & margarita specials AND try their NEW canned cocktail lineup! Reservations for The South End are now live via their website & @opentable. It will be first come, first served in Lower Mills – so get there early to the Cinco festivities started!

Lolita in Fort Point

Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, Lolita proudly presents their TACO BOX: chips, salsa, queso, fresco guacamole, grilled street corn, habañero chicken ranch I quesadilla, 2 grilled streak tacos, 2 street corn cauliflower tacos, 2 Lolita margaritas and 2 diablos!

Shake up your Cinco de Mayo at Committee

Committee is mixing things up at this modern day Greek ouzeri. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, the Committee team is inviting guests to take a trip with them to Grexico. From Opa to Olé, Chef de Cuisine Luis Figueroa has created a Greek Mexican fusion menu that is available exclusively for Cinco de Mayo. Beverage Director Lou Charbonneau and his barkeeps are also mixing up some Drinko de Mayo libations for the celebration.

 

 

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