DFW’s Best Cinco de Mayo Specials and Deals for 2021 – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Cinco de Mayo, an annual celebration of Mexican history, falls on a Wednesday this year. The May 5 celebrations commemorate the Mexican Army’s victory at the Battle of Puebla in 1862, and restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth area celebrate the holiday with live music, free drinks, and specials to eat or take away.

Here is a list of Cinco de Mayo events and specials from restaurants across North Texas.

This Dallas sports bar serves $ 5 margaritas pints all day in honor of Cinco de Mayo. The Tex-Mex Cantina is located at 316 West Davis Street in the Bishop Arts District.

The Dallas bowling alley offers margaritas during their 3, 4, 5 happy hour, when drinks are the price of the hour. The special applies to both frozen margaritas and margaritas on the rocks. Bowl and Barrel is in the shops on Park Lane.

This restaurant in Plano, serving tapas and cocktails, offers margaritas at Cinco de Mayo, valued at $ 7. Flavors like jalapeño, lavender, and Spanish margaritas are available throughout the day.

This Mexican restaurant chain, with locations across North Texas, is celebrating Cinco de Mayo by offering happy hour prices all day. Discounts are available on Tecate, Domestic Beers, Original Texas ‘Tinis, and House’ Ritas, both on the rocks and frozen. Guests who order a Grande ‘Rita can keep the commemorative mug. Tequila floaters for just $ 1 are also available to top off your margarita.

Chuy’s also offers meal sets for those who prefer to party at home. Options include fajitas, enchiladas, tacos, and nachos. Each kit includes chips, salsa, queso and creamy jalapeño sauce.

Chuy’s has locations in Addison, Arlington, Denton, Fort Worth, Frisco, Knox-McKinney, North Fort Worth, Plano – Dallas Pkwy, Plano – Hwy. 75 and Southlake.

This seafood restaurant in Dallas has happy hour from 2pm to 5pm all day on weekdays and Saturdays. Appetizers and entrees are 25% off, and cocktails, margaritas, and glasses of wine are only $ 7. DIVE is located at Snider Plaza near the SMU campus.

This Mexican restaurant in the Dallas Design District offers house margaritas for $ 6 and jugs for $ 30 all day. Reservations can be made through OpenTable.

The restaurant’s Cinco de Mayo celebration kicks off Wednesday at 3 p.m. with street tacos and other specialty foods and drinks, including a frozen paloma. HG’s Fiesta also includes a Titleist raffle, piñata, fortune telling machine, live mariachi band, and a DJ from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The Texas-born burger joint is celebrating the Cinco de Mayo May 5-9 by offering special menu items for a limited time only. Menu options include a fajita burger with chicken patties and a layer of shaved Piedmontese sirloin, plus queso, pico de gallo, lettuce, and bean puree. Hopdoddy also offers churro fries made from hand-cut chipperbec fries tossed in butter, cinnamon, and sugar with a chocolate syrup drizzle. Orders can be placed in person at one of the burger’s restaurant locations or online at the roadside or for collection.

Hub Streat celebrates the Cinco de Mayo on Saturday May 8th with a beer and tequila walking tour. For just US $ 20, guests can get a tasting glass, armband, interactive attendee list, bucket bag, and t-shirt. Tee times are available at 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM, and 4:00 PM. Reservations can be made on the Hub Streat website.

This Mexican restaurant in Irving celebrates the Cinco de Mayo from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. with free Herradura tequila tastings, tequila ice shot challenges, specialties, and live music on the terrace. DJ Kopis will play from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and DJ Mike will play from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

You can find detailed information on the Hugo’s Invitados Facebook page.

This restaurant in the AT&T Discovery District is hosting a Cinco de Mayo party on Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Specialty drink options include $ 4 Dos Equis, $ 8 frozen margaritas, $ 8 margaritas on the rocks, and $ 8 ranch water. The restaurant also has specials on their tacos. Entertainment options include a live band, Mexican folk dancers, the Mariachi Arraigo de Americana band, and DJ Madd87.

This new Tex-Mex restaurant in Dallas opens on Wednesday just in time for the Cinco de Mayo. Opening celebrations include margaritas, fajitas, and tacos, plus a mariachi band, mini donkeys, a pop-up bar, and a DJ set by Picnictyme Riddim. The celebration of the Cinco de Mayo starts at 3 p.m.

This restaurant in the far north of Dallas offers half-price enchiladas on the Cinco de Mayo. Wednesday is also National Enchilada Day, and Lada offers half-price beer and bottles of wine, as well as free fries and salsa for guests. Those who prefer to celebrate at home can get a 10% discount on delivery orders with the voucher code ENCHILADADAY.

The Plano Food Hall will celebrate the Cinco de Mayo on Wednesday from 3 to 6 p.m. with $ 5 house margaritas. Donkeys will also be in the dining room from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and the all-female mariachi group Mariachi Rosas Divinas will arrive at the outdoor Box Garden at 7:00 p.m. Tickets should be purchased in advance through Eventbrite.

This northwest Dallas restaurant serves $ 5 margaritas, $ 5 ranch water, $ 5 quesadillas, and $ 5 nachos starting at 4 p.m. on Wednesdays. Celebrations at Cinco de Mayo also include a miniature donkey and a mariachi band. Tickets should be purchased in advance through Eventbrite.

This Mexican restaurant, with locations in Plano and Las Colinas, is celebrating the Cinco de Mayo on Wednesday with an interactive selfie station that prints photos directly onto cocktails. The restaurant also features a liquid nitrogen margarita station, tequila tastings, live music, DJs, margarita specials, and more. The festival starts at 11 a.m.

The Tex-Mex restaurant near Klyde Warren Park serves pineapple margaritas and mezcal margaritas all day Wednesday for $ 12. Miriam Cocina also offers gallons of takeaway margaritas with free chips, salsas, and guacamole for $ 65. A special sampler platter of chicken tostones, cheese-filled bollitos de yucca, chicken brisket empanadas, and sopecitos with black beans can also be offered for $ 21 for dinner, patio service, or roadside pickup.

This Italian-American bowling restaurant in Fort Worth offers a Margarita Italiano on Wednesdays for $ 5 all day. The margarita consists of Don Julio Silver Tequila, limoncello from the house mix, sour mix, pomegranate and lime garnish.

This Irving restaurant is celebrating Cinco de Mayo by offering three different Mexican beer and tequila shot combinations for $ 22-30 all day on Wednesdays

This outdoor venue in Uptown Dallas celebrates the Cinco de Mayo with Joe Leo tacos and live music on stage from 3pm to 10pm.

This downtown Dallas hotel is hosting a Cinco de Mayo celebration Wednesday at 3pm. The Statler offers $ 4 frozen margaritas, $ 5 tequila shots, and a $ 25 margarita-flavored bracelet that can be used at Primo’s, Scout, Sfereco, and Waterproof. There’s also a free roast pork with rice, beans, pico, salsa, and tortillas. All restaurants in the hotel have special menu items like a Chalupa Grande for $ 32 for four at Primo’s, tacos for $ 1.50 to $ 3 in a pop-up taco bar by the pool at Waterproof, and a taco pizza special for 14 up to 23 USD at Sfereco.

The celebration, known as the Cinco de Statler, also includes activities like a mini donkey photo op in front of the hotel, a piñata station, and mariachi bands in the hotel’s restaurants. DJs play house music from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. in the Scout. Guests should register for tickets in advance through Eventbrite.

This pub near Love Field has $ 3 “Baby Blues” margaritas, $ 4 Corona and Modelo, $ 5 Don Julio Tequila Shots, and $ 35 Shisha to celebrate Cinco de Mayo on Wednesdays. The St. Francis Pub also offers food specials and karaoke from 9 p.m. General admission is free, but tables can be reserved through Eventbrite.

The Mexican restaurant, with locations in Dallas and Addison, is offering USD 2 tacos, USD 5 margaritas, USD 4 elite and USD 2 churros on Wednesday to celebrate the Cinco de Mayo. Live music will also take place at all La Ventana locations.

This Harwood District restaurant serves $ 7 worth of sangrias and a selection of frozen drinks specials for the Cinco de Mayo through Saturday May 8th. The bar opens on Wednesday at 4 p.m. and a DJ set takes place from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

At this entertainment center in Arlington, guests can party with half-price Tequila Sheela cocktails at Troy’s Cinco de Mayo at Troy’s from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Texas Live! Also offers free salsa / bachata classes at the Dallas Dance Studio, as well as DJ music from the TruSound Coalition.

With locations in Deep Ellum and Addison, this Mexican restaurant celebrates Cinco de Mayo all day Wednesday with a live mariachi band and specialty drinks. Vidorra also offers specialty drinks such as margaritas, imported beers, and cazadores blanco shots for $ 5 each.

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