cinco de mayo

Enjoy These Cinco de Mayo Specials With Utica Area Restaurants
Cinco de Mayo isn't necessarily a holiday - but many in the United States treat it as one. It's actually a day that celebrates the date of the Mexican army’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War in 1962.
Regardless, many restaurants take today as an opportunity to…
Cinco de Mayo CNY Celebrations
Happy Cinco de Mayo. Celebrate on Varick Street in Utica where bars will be serving up specials all day. Destiny USA in Syracuse will be lit up in red, white and green with Marachi music all day. You can also enjoy free valet parking USA if you have a '5' on your license plate. Find out all the cele…
How To Make Chipotle’s Guacamole
You may pay more for guacamole because of the drought in California where 80% of avocados come from. It takes 72 gallons of water to grow a pound of avocados. The drought is slightly increasing prices. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your own guacamole. Chipotle revealed their home made recipe.
6 Deals and Freebies For Cinco de Mayo
It's Cinco de Mayo. Not Mexico's Independence Day, but a day to commemorate the Mexican army's unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. To celebrate, several restaurants are offering freebies or deals. Here's 6 places to get a Cinco de Mayo meal…
AAA To The Rescue Tonight
While Cinco de Mayo is a holiday of Mexican heritage and pride, it's is often celebrated with parties that include alcohol. If you drink tonight, Triple A might be able to help.
The Wackiest Piñatas on Etsy
No celebration of Cinco de Mayo is complete without a piñata. After all, what's more entertaining than blindfolded partygoers attacking a sweets-filled papier-mâché figure with a bat? In the gallery above, check out some of the craziest piñatas from craft site Etsy...
Celebrating Cinco de Mayo – 5 Famous Mexican-Americans
Cinco de Mayo is not widely celebrated in Mexico, but is huge in the United States, truly making it a Mexican-American holiday. There are more than 31 million Mexican-Americans living in the United States, a substantial and strong part of the fabric of the US. Here's a quick look at five famous…

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