Cinco de Mayo Baltimore bar specials [Pictures]
First and foremost, Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Mexican pride. Beyond that, it's also a busy day at the bars, and Baltimore is no exception. Here are some of the specials offered this weekend.
• Staying in? Check out these Cinco de Mayo recipes.
• Staying in? Check out these Cinco de Mayo recipes.
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Banditos (pictured), No Way Jose Cafe and Blue Agave Restaurant
The three Federal Hill bars are joining forces to host the "Fed Hill Fiesta" on May 5 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The party takes place north of Cross Street Market.
From 11 a.m.-1 p.m., family-friendly activities include face painting, salsa dancing lessons and entertainment provided by a three-piece Mariachi band. From 1-9 p.m., seven bands (including Bond & Bentley, Higher Hands, The Grilled Lincolns and more) will perform. The Baltimore Taco Eating Championship will be held as well.
Drink specials include: $3 Tecate cans; $5 Dos Equis drafts; $5 shots of Fireball, Rumchatta and Hornitos lime shot; $6 Sauza margaritas; $7 Ryleigh's Oyster Signature Crushes; $5 Red Bull bombs; $3 Red Bull cans.
Presale tickets are $7 and available for purchase at bmorearoundtown.com. Day-of tickets are $10. For $30 (which includes the cover charge), patrons can participate in an hour-long tequila tasting, which includes five flights of tequila and a margarita made with your favorite tequila.
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