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Where to Drink in Dallas for Cinco de Mayo

Get festive with these drink specials.

Your guide to festive Cinco de Mayo drink specials.

Blue Goose Cantina offers $2 frozen top shelf margaritas and $2 Luna Azul Tequila tubes all day on Tuesday, May 5. The Burning Sky Band will perform from 5:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.

Campuzano begins its festivities a couple days early with 5|5|5. Beginning May 1, try five different $5 margarita swirls for 5 days. There will be a DJ spinning  top-40 hits and house music from 6 p.m. to close throughout the week. Enjoy $9 fajitas and $3 imported beer all day on Tuesday, May 5. Every customer also receives a scratch-off ticket after every meal purchase, prizes include free appetizers, entrées and cocktails.

Cantina Laredo will have mariachi band playing at 3 p.m. followed by a DJ at 7 p.m. Sip $5 tequila cinco-ritas and $3 beers.

Capitol Pub celebrates Cinco de Mayo Sunday, May 3 through Tuesday, May 5. Daily specials include $5 Casamigos tequila shots, $6 margaritas, $14 buckets of Coronitas, $20 buckets of Modelo Especial. The featured fare is Mexican: fresh guacamole, queso and chips, shrimp quesadillas and chicken nachos.

Iron Cactus The annual Toast to Cinco takes place Saturday, May 2nd from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. The party features signature cocktails and dishes. Afterwards, customers can dance the evening away with Banda Kinkajou.

Lazaranda celebrates pre Cinco de Mayo on Saturday, May 2 with happy hour running from noon until 5 p.m. $3 rib eye tacos and pork tacos. The festivities pick back up on Tuesday, May 5 with extended happy hour, tacos specials, and live music.

Komali hosts “Grilling with the Chef” with Julio Peraza on the patio from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. A limited edition $5 menu will be available. Award-winning Leann Berry will be mixing drinks for the special occasion including margaritas made with Ambhar Tequila and Mestizo Mescal.

Mattito’s continues the Cinco de Mattito’s tradtion for its 12th year at multiple locations in Dallas, Las Colinas, and Frisco. There will be live music, tequila tastings, drink specials and Tex-Mex favorites. The party kicks off at 4 p.m. The Oak Lawn location will host DJ Ivan G beginning at 5 p.m. with Mariachi Michoacán and mechanical bull rides.

Mexican Sugar says to expect “great margaritas and banderitas with only our finest tequilas” for $5 all day. That means any margarita or a tequila flight for $5.

Primo’s extends its specials for five days starting Friday, May 1. The Tex-Mex spot will offer $3 beers and $7 beer-ritas with live music throughout the week on the patio.

San Salvaje The restaurant is celebrating with happy hour pricing all day with a special menu including $2 tacos and $5 drink specials.

Urban Taco gives you a chance to try five drinks for just $5 each for 5 de Mayo on Saturday, May 2nd. Celebrate with a live mariachi band and DJ.

Wild Salsa introduces the Bandera Flight with strawberry infused Ambhar Plata, the signature Ambhar Plata, and cucumber and jalapeño infused Ambhar Plata, in honor of Mexico — only available on Tuesday, May 5.

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