The city of Boston doesn’t need an excuse to get out and party, so it sort of goes without saying that there are plenty of bars, restaurants and pubs within city limits which make a pretty big deal out of celebrating Cinco de Mayo. Here are some of Boston’s Best Bars to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Lola’s brings a taste of Mexico to a comfortable watering hole situated right on the Providence River.
There’s a big, new Mexican restaurant right across from the DCU Center in Worcester. Owner Mike Covino takes us on a culinary tour of Mezcal Tequila Cantina.
The food trucks in Boston and beyond have been expanding and offer everything from Mexican foods to desserts at these spots north of the city.
Whether you enjoy a hard corn shell or a soft flour tortilla, these MetroWest spots have tacos just the way you like them.
Regardless of what football team you root for, you are sure to be a fan of this amazing recipe. Easy and fun to make, these are a true treat for the mouth and will have all your football buddies saying, “please pass the peppers!”
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.