Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo marks a battle the Mexican army won in Puebla against the French, May 5, 1862. Anyone can join in the celebration so check out these events.
Chicago celebrates Cinco de Mayo in style. Find out how you can have fun at these great celebrations…
CHICAGO (WBBM) – “Cinco de Mayo” celebrates one of the most important military battles in Mexican history, and it is being marked this weekend with a celebration at 26th Street and Kostner Avenue in the […]
Fajitas may have originated in Mexico and the Southwestern United States, but offerings abound in restaurants throughout Chicago. From hole-in-the wall Mexican joints to upscale gourmet restaurants, find the best fajitas on this list.
Celebrate the Cinco de Mayo in style with the annual parade in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood.
Cinco de Mayo is meant to celebrate the Mexican army’s defeat of the French forces in the Battle of Puebla, but here it is more of celebration of Mexican pride. Want to take part in some Cinco de Mayo revelry? What better way to celebrate Cinqo de Mayo than with the Mexican national spirit, tequila.
Forget a regular margarita on the rocks, Chicago’s best Mexican restaurants are mixing things up and offering unique and interesting flavor combinations on their margarita menus.