These local restaurants are making it easy—and perhaps more fun than ever—to celebrate Cinco de Mayo at home.
Just add margaritas.
All 5 of our picks have great selections of two things: tequila and tacos. (What more could you need?)
This Mexican restaurant, steps from the Farmingdale train station, is great for kids and adults.
While many people head out for tequila-infused fun on Cinco de Mayo, many of us with kids stay home and call it Taco Tuesday.
Pass on the tequila and give this non-alcoholic beverage a whirl.
Stop by this Garden City spot for tequila samples to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
It may not really be Mexican Independence Day – Cinco de Mayo actually commemorates the (already independent) Mexico’s victory over France at the Battle…
Look no further when choosing a place to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Huntington Village, with its plethora of Mexican and Tex-Mex eateries, has become Cinco de Mayo Central on Long Island.