Cinco De Mayo
Sometimes you just have to have tequila. If you’re tired of that same old margarita, it’s time to spread your wings. Boston bars have upped the ante on tequila cocktails, and you won’t be disappointed!
Adam Jones and Rich Keefe played a little “Buy or Sell” on the Game of Jones Monday night, and the first topic was centered around Red Sox starter Jon Lester.
WBZ Meteorologist Joe Joyce celebrated Cinco de Mayo Sunday morning.
Dan Andelman of the Phantom Gourmet visited some authentic Mexican restaurants to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Throughout Boston, you’ll find Mexican restaurants featuring hearty burritos boasting wide ranges of ingredients. You can’t do better than the following spots for all of your burrito needs.
Cinco de Mayo: It’s the best time to celebrate Mexican pride and culture, and one the foremost days to get down and party in Boston. This year, the May 5 holiday happens to fall on a Saturday, making it an even more ideal evening to celebrate.
From the surprising cranberry jalapeño at Poe’s Kitchen to the classic strawberry at Whiskey’s, the quest to find the best margarita creation has begun. Whether you like them frozen or on the rocks, sweet or salty, find your ideal tequila drink this Cinco de Mayo with these great options.
WBZ’s Neil Chayet says enjoy Cinco de Mayo, but try and avoid the clink.
Now that the Royal Wedding is over, the Phantom Gourmet is setting his sights on Cinco de Mayo next week.
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