Where to Celebrate Cinco De Mayo Along the Margarita Mile

One of Dallas' favorite reasons to get out and enjoy a margarita is here! Cinco de Mayo festivities will take place all weekend, and we've rounded up four of the must hit spots along the Margarita Mile.

Posted on May 1, 2019 By Emily Riggs

Taqueria La Ventana Downtown
Taqueria La Ventana on McKinney Avenue is one of the best-known spots to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. In its seventh year of Cinco de Mayo parties, the taco stand will expand its footprint offering more drink specials, more live entertainment and a Margarita Mile pop-up. Stop by from 2 to 10 p.m. to enjoy the patio and music provided by DJ XClusive and Tamborazo De Arranque. And check out the Margarita Mile trailer for giveaways, lawn games, photos with everyone's favorite lime, our mascot Slice, and a taste of our signature Margarita Mile popsicle!

Jose
Jose will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo all weekend long. On Saturday, May 4, live music starts at 5 p.m., which pairs perfectly with their Park Cities Enchiladas and Squozen Margarita. On Sunday, stop by to enjoy their patio – food and drink specials, mariachi bands, games, face painting, a photo booth and more will be stationed outside to make it an extra special Sunday Funday.

The Rustic
Sundays at The Rustic are hard to beat with their expansive patio and weekly Jam and Toast family-style brunch. Join in the Cinco de Mayo fun starting with Jam and Toast from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., or stop by in the afternoon for their signature Tacos and Tequilas flights from 3 p.m. to close. Live music, appearances from Poncho the miniature donkey and free photos provided by Photo Wagon will also be available throughout the day.

Café Herrera
Craving some street tacos and crazy good views of Downtown? Be sure to stop by Café Herrera for $3 barbacoa and carnitas street tacos. Wash those down with the colorful Maximo Margarita.

Be sure to check-in at each spot and take pictures of your festivities and tag @MargaritaMile!

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