Cinco de Mayo is an annual celebration held on May 5. The date is observed to commemorate the Mexican Army's victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla, on May 5, 1862.
Would you believe that Cinco de Mayo and Taco Tuesday fall on the SAME day this year? The stars really aligned on this one. Regardless of the quarantine, you can still have a Cinco de Mayo party at home! Thankfully our local Tucson restaurants aren't letting our taco dreams die so we really should salute them.
Here are a few of the Cinco de Mayo eat-and-party-at-home options. All of these options require reservations by May 4th. Have fun while safely social distancing!
Haciendo Del Sol- Cinco de Mayo to Go
Executive Chef Bruce Yim has put together a special curbside pick-up menu featuring all the delicious flavors that make us think of Cinco de Mayo. The meal is $19.95 per person and the menu is as follows:
Shrimp Taco, Chile Relleno and Chicken Chorizo Flauta
We have given you 3 very good choices to support local during this pandemic. We truly hope you have a fun and safe day with your family at home! Please let us know where you decide to go or what you decide to cook at home.
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