Cinco De Mayo
his year, restaurants and bars across Los Angeles are pulling out all the stops for Cinco De Mayo. With inventive drinks from top mixologists, Cinco De Mayo will be anything but boring. Below are our picks for the best drinks for May 5.
Spring is officially here and the beginning of May has exciting events in store for you, Los Angeles! From Mother’s Day to Cinco De Mayo and much more, this week is full of excitement.
On Cinco de Mayo nothing brings people together like tequila and tacos.
Cinco de Mayo is here, and these five Orange County venues boast events that help you celebrate in style.
These bars serve the best margaritas in Southern California.
A lime shortage has left a sour taste in the mouths of many celebrating Cinco de Mayo.
Cinco de Mayo celebrations were being held Monday in Los Angeles.
Welcome to May, Los Angeles. This week, celebrate Cinco de Mayo and the end of prohibition with a drink in each hand or head to the Downtown Art Walk for a night of culture and […]
Joey Duran, owner of El Tepeyac, and Carlos Thome, manager of El Tepeyac, stopped by KCAL9 Friday to show viewers how to make a couple of their signature dishes.
Ole! Here are the best events – starting as early as April 30th – that will help you celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the LA area.
Cinco de Mayo is on its way and so are the colorful festivities that come along with it.
Anyone who drinks tequila knows label and bottle design mean nothing; tequila is a crap shoot. Bars and restaurants are starting to carry anywhere from 20 to 50 to 200 bottles of the stuff, so before you hit the liquor store, you might want to do some research.
If you are looking for a place to embrace Cinco de Mayo, take a look at some of LA’s top cantinas to help get you in the mood. Viva Mexico!
The days are becoming bright and sunny, so why not get out of the house? This week features amazing concerts, an air shows and even beer tasting that will get you ready for Cinco De Mayo.
Cinco de Mayo spent south of the border seems ideal for kids to celebrate, but visiting Mexico isn’t necessary when you live in or near Los Angeles.