6 Perfect Places to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Cleveland


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Here are some cool Cleveland spots to go grab a Corona, a refreshing margarita and, of course, some Mexican food all in honor of Cinco de Mayo this Saturday.

Nuevo Modern Mexican Cinco de Mayo Party
1000 E 9th St., 216-737-1000
This Cinco de Mayo party starts Friday with live music, drink and food specials. The festivities continue on Saturday with more food and drink specials, as well as salsa dancing. For more information click here.

El Carnicero
16918 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, 216-226-3415
The party starts Saturday at 11 a.m. and goes until 11 p.m. They'll have a brunch special until 3 p.m. and $5 grande cans of Cerveza all day. For more information click here.

Coastal Taco
1146 Old River Rd., 216-727-0158
Coastal Taco's three-day Cinco de Mayo event features Mexican beers, margaritas and food specials. Enjoy live DJ tunes while enjoying a beverage in a picturesque setting. For more information click here.

Bomba Tacos and Rum
19880 Rocky River Rd., Rocky River, 440-409-0210
The party here runs from open to close Saturday. There is going to be a Latin brunch served until 3 p.m., and a pig roast with $4 tacos and $15 pork entrees. Live music from Broken English 1 to 4 p.m., and Nathan Henry from 5 to 8 p.m. For more information click here.

Barrio Tremont
806 Literary Rd., 216-999-7714
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo this Saturday on Barrio's amazing patio. The party includes giveaways, a taco eating contest, a DJ, a lot of Barrio tacos and of course, tequila. For more information click here.

Around the Corner
18616 Detroit Ave., 216-521-4413
This Saturday celebrate Cinco de Mayo at the third annual Cinco de Meow fundraiser. The event includes an all you can eat taco bar, and a variety of prizes, and is also vegan and vegetarian friendly. The fundraiser benefits Tails From The City and Lucky Paws animal rescue. These two organizations shelter and do adoptions for kittens and cats. Get your presale ticket here.

For more places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, head here.

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