A Cinco de Mayo celebration is taking place at Delray Beach’s Seagate Hotel. Starting at 3 p.m., the Atlantic Grille will offer two special cocktails for $14 each: a fiery watermelon mint margarita rimmed with pink Himalayan coconut salt, and a passion fruit mezcal margarita rimmed with black Himalayan salt. Reserve a table at the restaurant to sample executive chef Glenn Rogers’ coastal cuisine, which includes grilled Spanish octopus with creamy goat cheese and potato croquettes, as well as Cajun fish tacos with tomatillo slaw, avocado, and cilantro cream.
Margaritas, music, and a Tulum-inspired menu are a winning combination for a Cinco de Mayo celebration. Stop by Avocado Cantina’s Cinco de Mayo Fiesta in Downtown Palm Beach Gardens for a grand party featuring two full bars, exciting vendors, and an expanded dance floor for everyone to enjoy. In addition to the restaurant’s full menu, the event will also boast an outdoor pop-up taco stand.
Bodega Taqueria y Tequila in West Palm Beach is throwing a Cinco de Mayo bash. Celebrate May 5 with food, drinks, and entertainment. Drink specials include classic draft beer for $5, Cazadores draft margaritas for $5, Patron Silver shots for $5, Patron margaritas for $10, and Ranch Water for $10. Coming with a big party? Opt for the Patron Silver bottle special for $250.
A Cinco de Mayo celebration is always better by the water. On May 5, feel the breeze at Deck 84 in Delray Beach, which will offer a Mexican-inspired menu, drink specials, and live music all day. Executive chef Addam Actis is serving an à la carte menu that includes mango ceviche, chorizo queso dip, street corn flatbread, mojo pulled pork tostada, and carne asada. Add a little fun to your meal by ordering a Jalisco Spritz, an 1800 Paloma, or a Corona bottle bucket (five for $25) to share with friends. For some sweetness, order a few churros for only $10.
El Camino is throwing its greatest fiesta ever, offering the people of Palm Beach County what they want: a Cinco de Mayo street festival at The Square in West Palm Beach. On May 5, this block party will feature multiple outdoor bars, tequila tastings, and the restaurant’s freshly made tacos. Eat, drink, and stroll to the tune of a mariachi band, pose for a photo with a classic VW Bus, and participate in piñata decorating and other activities.
What’s a celebration without a barbecue-style fiesta to spice things up? This year, Tropical Smokehouse in West Palm Beach is serving a tasty Cinco de Mayo special. Try chef Rick Mace’s brisket or mahi tacos, topped with pickled onions and avocado salsa on a house-made soft tortilla. The smokey outlet will also serve its famous margaritas and Palomas for $8 all day.