Cinco de Mayo has become just as big of a national holiday in America as it is in Mexico (some say it's more of a fiesta here, than there). One thing's for certain: our celebration involves lots of cerveza, chips and salsa.
We've taken the liberty of compiling a list of some of the best South of the Border haunts to hit in greater Cleveland, some with a couple of creative twists.
All you'll need now to enjoy Cinco de Mayo Cleveland style is a sombrero!
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