Places to go to celebrate Cinco de Mayo (If we weren’t in quarantine)
Cinco de Mayo is here, but we are in quarantine so it’s time for our imaginations to take on. We want to help you get in the mood and imagine you are having a great fiesta! Whether you are dreaming about a low-key night of tacos and margaritas or looking to rock a sombrero until the wee hours, here are some places you (and perhaps us too) could have gone to celebrate this day. You can still visit them after the quarantine is over and have your own late Cinco de Mayo party, in the meanwhile, let’s pretend we are there!
If you want to keep it old-fashioned tacos are a go-to. It would have been one of the greatest Cinco de Mayo parties, enjoying tequila, beer, sombreros, mustaches, and surprises.
To make it up this year Pink Taco has incredible and yummy deals you can’t miss, like 8 tacos with fresh guac and salsa and a whole pitcher of margaritas for only $50. Order online for pick-up or delivery.
No. 3 Social
No. 3 Social is the first and best Rooftop Bar and Lounge in Wynwood offering Jazz After Work. After quarantine, we invite you to celebrate a late Cinco de Mayo at this rooftop bar to enjoy skyline views, beautiful people, and featured bands of the best in Live Jazz.
Located at the top of Wynwood Arcade, No. 3 Social offers locals and visitors alike, the perfect location for authentic Jazz music every Tuesday night.
The Standard – The Lido Bayside Grill
For those who want to keep it elegant throughout the day while dining, the Lido Bayside Grill would have been a perfect gathering place for friends to share drinks and packed bites.
Get party-ready and imagine yourself drinking a Margarita enjoying an ocean view.
The W Hotel
While sipping your homemade margarita, and lounging on your couch, and listening to some Mariachis on Pandora, pretend you are celebrating Cinco de Mayo at The W Hotel, with a fiesta filled with piñatas, Casa Noble tequila specials, and live music.
Urbanica Hotel in South of 5th
Acclaimed Argentinian chef Fernando Trocca has brought his popular South American and European inspired culinary concept to Miami Beach.
You could have ordered Margaritas in many other places, but at Urbanica’s minibar you would have been presented one with a twist that would have made you say ‘Oh wow, it’s so cute.’