Top 10 Cinco de Mayo Bars and Restaurants in Cleveland 

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Edited by Anne Nickoloff.
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What says Cinco de Mayo better than $3 build-your-own tacos and margaritas in mason jars? Nothing. That's what. This year's Mexican holiday also marks the two year anniversary of the first Barrio in Tremont. We are sure both the Lakewood and Tremont locations will be muy popular!
About as authentic as it's going to get, Luchita's on 117th Street in Cleveland starts partying today. Also, making its debut this weekend is their world famous Chiles en Nogada. Don't forget about the lamb tacos and the $3 margaritas!
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Opening their doors on May 5 at 4 p.m., this Lakewood hot spot will make Detroit Ave. muy caliente! Bring on the tequila and tamales at El Carnicero!
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El Carnicero's bigger brother, Momocho is a right of passage any day this weekend (or Monday). Margarita and guac flights required.
This Cleveland Heights classic is known for kick ass food and made-from-scratch margaritas. At Lopez Southwest Kitchen, Monday will be no exception.
Positioned on the hottest street in Cleveland, Zocalo will be the greatest people-watching Cinco experience in the city.
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Tucked between Tri-C and Eaton's headquarters in Beachwood is Abuelo's. What might seem like a chain restaurant is quite the opposite. Serious attention to authentic T.L.C. is given here from the chips to the house blended margaritas. You will also catch a Mariachi bank floating around.
A Kent legend, Taco Tontos in Lakewood is a killer spot to celebrate the South of the border fiesta. Get the sweet potato taco and the Rocco taco, a dessert taco made with peanut butter ice cream.
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Loco Leprechaun may not exactly be a Mexican restaurant, but with a name like "Loco Leprechaun," it seems like it'll do just fine. Try some Irish food, or maybe order some nachos when you stop in.
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Glen the Funny Song Man from Q104's Fee'z Kompany turned us onto this Strongsville classic, and man was he right. A new Cinco tradition needs to be to try Gran Fiesta's burrito stuffed with smoked pork and chorizo. Oh, and the giant margaritas are pretty delicious.