Cinco de Mayo is May 5, 2010. What to do? Here are a list of events in San Diego which has deep cultural roots in Mexican History.
On the Border - food, live bands, beer/margarita gardens at all San Diego locations (Mission Valley, North County Fair, MiraMesa, El Cajon).
Fiesta de Reyes - in the heart of Old Town with bands, beer garden, food and free admission.
El Fandango - in Old Town State Park will have $15 margarita garden private party every day this week.
Casa Guadalajara - in Old Town, too. This restaurant has great patios and incredible margaritas.
Mariscos Nuevo Vallarta Nayarit – this Chula Vista eatery will have 2-for-1 buckets of beer and free appetizers.
Casa de Pico - a Diane Powers famous restaurant in La Mesa. They will have mariachis, margarita specials.
Casa Machado – has two great locations in San Diego (El Cajon Blvd. and Montgomery Field). The food is great, the staff is friendly and fun will be on tap all day on Wednesday.
Casa de Bandini - yes, another Diane Powers eatery going all out. This restaraunt is in the Carlsbad Forum. They will have live performances, promotional giveaways, and tequilla samples.
Garcia’s in the Village - this is an all time favorite of North County families. This small family restaurant has great heritage, amazing food, great salsa and love all around.
La Tapatia - a fabulous Escondido restaurant with great margaritas and family friendly (translation — kids are more than welcome!)
Hacienda de Vega - another historical Escondido restaurant. Built into a true old hacienda with waterfalls, amazing patio and ready to serve!
Enjoy and Viva Las Margaritas!! You deserve it!