Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, is a holiday that celebrates the date of the Mexican army's 1862 victory over Franck at the Battle of Puebl during the Franco-Mexican War. There wil be multiple Cinco de Mayo celebrations throughout the valley this weekend.
AAA is offering its Tipsy Tow service for anyone who needs a safe ride home from 6 p.m. May 5 to 6 a.m. May 6. To take advantage of the service, drivers, passengers, party hosts, bartenders and/or restaurant managers should call 1-800-AAA-HELP (1-800-222-4357) and state that they need a Tipsy Tow. Drivers should be prepared to provide their name, home address, phone number, location and vehicle description.
Applebee's Neighborhood Bar & Grill is celebrating by offering its $1 Dollaritas through May 5 at participating locations. Additionally, starting May 1, Applebee’s will also begin pouring from the tap its May Neighborhood Drink, the $2 Dos Equis® a.k.a. 2 DOLLAR DOS, which guests can enjoy all month long at participating restaurants.
Baja Miguel’s at the South Point hotel-casino will offer five authentic food specials in honor of Cinco de Mayo along with $5 drink specials including any Mexican beer, standard or specialty margaritas, Miguel’s mojito or house wine. Each fiesta dining special is available for $15.55 and all entrees are served with chips, three dips, Spanish rice and refried beans. Baja Miguel’s Tequila Bar will also offer guests $5 food and drink specials including any Mexican beer, margaritas, Miguel’s mojito and house wines May 4 through May 6. Food specials include cheesy quesadillas, chips con queso, mini toastadas, taquitos and dessert churros available for $5.
Relax and enjoy a Corona or Modelo for $8 or Sauza Margarita for $12 at Sully’s Bar inside Bally's Las Vegas.
Located just three blocks away from the Las Vegas Strip, guests can kick off Cinco de Mayo at Bandito Latin Kitchen & Cantinawith delicious margaritas, creative cocktails, and authentic Mexican cuisine. On offer will be lunch specials such as the barbacoa taquito, leche de tigre, cochinita pibil tacos, and more. For guests looking to heat up the evening, enjoy chicken mole, corn husk smoked salmon and more, paired with sounds from Dorion Rich, Gil Barba and DJ Animation. Top it off with desserts such as guava flan or tres leches cake. All day drink specials will also be available featuring Sauza, De Leon and Don Julio tequilas.
Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a rooftop party sponsored by Hornitos tequila starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 5. The Strip-side rooftop bar and restaurant will “salud” Cinco de Mayo with featured drinks sponsored by Hornitos, including the Grand Slam Peacharita, priced at $11, and refreshing margarita pitchers, priced at $44. Beer Park will also offer Mexican-inspired dishes, including the Childe Verde Nachos, priced at $13.95; the Mexican Style Dog, priced at $10.95, and the Spicy Chicken Quesadilla, priced at $9.95. Surrounded by views of the Fountains of Bellagio, the festivities will continue with a rockin’ mariachi band at 7 p.m. and a late-night DJ set. Hornitos models will offer tequila samples from 7 to 10 p.m. Beer Park will keep the celebration going with piñatas and in-house party games, including billiards, foosball, shuffle board and giant Jenga.
Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken is featuring the Chicken De Mayo during the month of May. Inspired by Cinco de Mayo, the Chicken de Mayo layers Blue Ribbon's classic crispy fried chicken with shredded lettuce, guacamole-mayo and salsa, then elevated to another level with crunchy chicken nachos, pickled peppers, fresh cilantro, and their tangy chipotle-lime sour crème. At just $8.95, it's a delicious way to continue on the Cinco De Mayo festivities all month long.
On May 5, Borracha Mexican Cantina will be hosting a complimentary Cycle Bar class in partnership with Fit4MOM. Following the class, all participants will get a Skinny Margarita. For those not taking the class and would just like to party, that is fine too! Borracha will be offering specials all day, including $5 Avion margaritas, $5 Hornitos shots, $5 Hennessy Black sangria, and $5 Corona drafts. From 6 PM - 8 PM there will be a live Mariachi band, followed by a DJ from 9PM - close to keep the vibes going.
Cabo Wabo Cantina, located on the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, is going loco for Cinco. Three things you need to know about this ultimate Cinco de Mayo extravaganza: No fiesta is complete without tequila! Enjoy Cabo Wabo’s tequila flight with a taste of blanco, reposado and anejo, priced at $24. DJ all day long! Party Hagar-style with live music from a DJ from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. Sunshine and Strip-side views! Celebrate with patio parties overlooking all the Vegas entertainment on Cabo Wabo’s outdoor patio.
Kick-off Cinco de Mayo at Alto Bar and VISTA Cocktail Lounge at Caesars Palace. Sip on specialty cocktails including the refreshing Paloma made with grapefruit juice, lemon juice, agave nectar and Sauza Blue; El Burro made with ginger beer, lemon juice and Sauza Blue; Viva Las Wages combining Sauza Blue and Red Bull Blue Edition; or El Toro made with New Amsterdam Vodka and Red Bull. Other drink specials include: buy any bottle and receive half-off the second bottle, Sauza Blue you-call-it cocktails for $13, a bucket of Coors Light or Miller Lite for $35 or a bucket of Modelo or Corona for $40.
At Slice Bar in Forum Food Court and Spanish Steps near Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN, enjoy Sauza Blue you-call-it cocktails for $13, a bucket of Coors Light or Miller Lite for $35 or a bucket of Modelo or Corona for $40 all weekend long. Enjoy live music with a DJ at Spanish Steps Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5 beginning at 7 p.m.
The Cannery on West Craig Road will host a block party to celebrate Cinco de Mayo from 5 to 9 p.m. May 5. The El Tiempo Cinco de Mayo celebration, presented by Cardenas and sponsored by Harmony Homes, will feature live music, unique food trucks, vendors and a Kids Zone. The free event, with complimentary parking, will also feature live Lucha Libre matches by Big Valley Wrestling, and the launch of El Tiempo’s upcoming Miss El Tiempo (Nevada USA) pageant. The entertainment main stage includes performances by popular entertainers listed below and will be hosted by Miss El Tiempo Diana Cervantes-Adams and Miss Teen El Tiempo Catherine Mosquera.
A Cinco de Mayo celebration is happening from 4 to 6 p.m. May 6 at Centennial Hills Park on Buffalo Drive . The event will feature world-renowned Mariachi Sol de Mexico de José Hernández on stage, food and beverages available for purchase, and more. Hosted by Councilwoman Michele Fiore and Ward 4 Councilman Stavros S. Anthony. For more information, call 702-229-5463.
From May 4 to 6, Center Bar at SLS Las Vegas will offer the Smoked Piña cocktail, priced at $9; Mexican beer and a Cazadores Reposado tequila shot for $7; and classic margaritas for $6.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Chica with Latin American cuisine by Chef Lorena Garcia and delicious cocktails including the "Flor De Pina," a floral mix of Espolon Blanco tequila, hibiscus-habanero syrup, fresh lime and pineapple balanced with sage and orange bitters.
Michele Fiore and Councilman Stavros S. Anthony invite you to "Cinco de Mayo: The Celebration Continues" on May 6. The celebration will be held from 4 to 6 p.m at the Centennial Hills Park Amphitheatre at 7101 North Buffalo Drive. High school performances start as early as 3 p.m. and Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez is scheduled to perform! The event is free to attend and open to the public.
Guests are invited to wear their best hat and striped seersucker attire to celebrate the Kentucky Derby and Cinco de Mayo at the “Seersucker and Sombreros” party at The Commonwealth, starting at 1 p.m. The Southern-style soirée will capture the charm and tradition of the Kentucky Derby with specialty cocktails, including a classic mint julep, and a selection of passed hors d’oeuvres. Guests will have the opportunity to win prizes by entering in a Derby hat competition and listen to live music from The Moonshiners Band. At 5 p.m., the Downtown bar will open its rooftop patio with a Cinco de Mayo fiesta.
Beginning at 1 p.m., fiesta like it’s 1942 at Corduroy’s ‘The Last Don’ Cinco De Mayo espectacular sponsored by Don Julio! In true Corduroy style, guests will be able to enjoy margaritas on tap in addition to their famous homemade Moscow Mules while rocking out to the tunes of DJ’s Spair and Tino starting at 5 p.m.
The Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Cowabunga Bay water park will feature a mariachi band, traditional dancers, a live DJ, free balloon animals, roasted street corn, a taco truck, a margarita bar and free face painting. Cost is only $19.99 with coupone from La Bonita Supermarkets (regular price is $39.99 for regular admission).
Guests can enjoy a Corona or Modelo with a shot of Sauza Blue for $14 or a full bucket of Corona or Modelo for $40 at The Cromell hotel-casino.
Del Taco is offering its Raving Fan eClub Members a FREE Carnitas Street Taco with any drink purchase on May 5. For those that are not yet members, they can sign up HERE by May 4th to receive the e-coupon.
Downtown Container Park is hosting a Cinco de Mayor beer-filled fiesta from 5 to 8 p.m. May 5. There will be live music, bottomless brews and tequila on the lawn, Latin-inspired flavors at Downtown Terrace including Barbacoa Chicken Street Tacos and Queso Fresco Chilaqules and more. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the gate.
El Cortez Hotel & Casino will be offering a Patron margarita served in a 50 oz. Patron bottle for $20 during Cinco de Mayo. All bars will also be offering a $5 Mint Julep in honor of the Kentucky Derby.
FANTASY, the Luxor Hotel and Casino’s award-winning adult revue, will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with complimentary 2018 “Black & White and Nude All Over” calendars with the purchase of a show ticket on Saturday, May 5. Show times are nightly at 10:30 p.m.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is offering a $100 Prime Margarita from May 4 to 6. The $100 Margarita is handcrafted with ultimate premium liquors, including Tequila Herradura Selección Suprema and Grand Marnier Centenaire. Served in Baccarat's uniquely designed Diamant Highball, guests will take home the glass in Baccarat's iconic red box. Tequila Herradura’s Selección Suprema is the world’s first-ever extra-añejo tequila expression. Aged for 49 months, this smoothly enticing tequila was first introduced by Casa Herradura in 1995. Since its inception it has garnered international awards for its delectable combination of the finest cooked agave, highlighted by notes of rich vanilla and dried fruit – a mélange ideal for pairing with Fleming’s signature dishes.
This year, Cinco de Pie-o is the new Cinco de Mayo! Raise a slice to Cinco de Mayo with Flour & Barley's Carne Asada Fry Pie, topped with picante salsa, marinated carne asada, french fries, pico de gallo, cilantro and a creme drizzle. This party on a pie is available from May 1-7 and is priced at $19 at both locations.
Foxtail Pool at SLS Las Vegas will offer an exclusive fiesta cabana package, which includes a bottle of Patrón, 12-pack of Corona and chips and salsa, priced at $350. Additional specials at the resort-style pool will include classic margaritas for $6; shots of Cazadores Reposado tequila priced at $4 each; and street tacos served with a choice of beer or soda for $9.95. Specialty $3 street tacos and $8.95 nachos will also be available for purchase at the poolside self-service window from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. A full menu will be avalible for purchase through Foxtail’s wait staff. Guests will also enjoy festive poolside music by DJ Five on Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5 from 2-4 p.m.
Freed’s Bakerywill create two festive cupcakes in celebration of Cinco de Mayo: The Tequila Sunrise, a vanilla cupcake infused with lime and grenadine, topped with an orange twist buttercream and orange dragees; and the Horchata cupcake, a chocolate cupcake topped with a cinnamon horchata mousse and garnished with chocolate curls. Each cupcake is priced at $3.25 each or $34 per dozen. Cinco de Mayo desserts may be ordered in-store and online for pickup on Saturday, May 5.
The Gold Spike will host Down To Fiesta, a backyard Cinco de Mayo bash with food, drinks and live entertainment. Beginning at 1 p.m. May 5, enjoy $4 draft Modelo Especial, Negro Modelo, Pacifico and Corona Light, $5 bottles of Dos Equis, Corona, Corona Premier and $6 shots of Casamigos, De Leon and Don Julio. Throughout the afternoon and evening, amigos and amigas can treat themselves to tacos and tequila, participate in limbo contests and mucho mas. Live ‘la vida loca’ with a live Mariachi band followed by The District at 8 p.m. in the Backyard while DJ’s Teenwolf, Wizdumb and Presto One lead the fiesta from dia to noche in the Living Room!
Grand Canal Shoppes will get the party started with Cinco De Mayo specials! At Once, the newest restaurant from Chef Ricardo Zarate, guests will be able to enjoy $5 Peruvian tacos and $5 Inca Trail Blazer slushees all night. Additionally, guests can enjoy half-off draft beers all night to continue the party with no interruptions. Guests can then dance the night away to live music available outside Once and SUSHISAMBA every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the month of May, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Additionally, join Cañonita and celebrate all day from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Start with some Breakfast Burritos or a signature Cañonita Omelette on the canal from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., or enjoy their authentic tacos, enchiladas, and of course those never ending and addictive chips and guacamole. Continue the authentic meal with the Cañonita (Patrón Silver, Grand Marnier) or go for something fruity yet savory with the Peach-Chipotle (peach, chipotle, and Tahitian vanilla bean-infused Monte Alban Silver, peach schnapps).
Across the street at Fashion Show, El Segundo Sol will be offering happy hour drinks all day and all night long May 4 through May 6, along with Sol (El Jimador Reposado, Bauchant orange liqueur, lime juice) and Traditional Frozen (Bauchant orange liqueur, lime juice) margaritas ($5.50), El Jimador Tequila shots ($4), as well as Corona and Corona Light bottles ($4) to name a few. Cha cha the night away with a live mariachi band from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., and a DJ from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
On May 5, go loco and celebrate Mexican style with a German twist by enjoying the Hofbräuhaus beer-marinated carnitas tacos served in soft corn tortillas, topped with homemade pico de gallo and salsa verde. Try them with a stein of the seasonal Maibock Hofbräuhaus brew.
Hooters hotel-casino will celebrate with $5 margaritas, four shots of Sauza Tequila for $10 and specialty fish tacos at the Hooters Restaurant; a Mexican brunch for $13.99 with $10 pitchers of margaritas at The Porch; and $1 margaritas all day long on May 5 at Steak 'n Shake.
Inspire’s ‘Rooftop Fiesta’ turns up the heat on ‘fun in the sun’! Starting at 3 p.m., revelers can indulge in $4 Modelo drafts and $5 Jose Cuervo margaritas while DJ’s Mike Fusion, Aybsent Mynded and Dilemma lay down latin-infused beats to baile the day away!
Eat, drink and liberate at Libertine Social. The restaurant’s patio will be transformed into a Mexican fiesta featuring a taco stand, tequila and beer specials, a marachi band and festive giveaways on May 5 from 5-10 p.m.
Drink your way through the day at Libre Mexican Cantina at Red Rock Casino. Open at 11 AM, kickoff your Saturday fiesta with drinks special all day including $5 Casamigos margaritas, $5 Casamigos shots, $5 Hennessy Black sangria, and $5 Modelo drafts. As if these note-worthy specials weren’t enough, there will be a live Mariachi band from 6 PM – 8 PM, followed by a live DJ at 8 PM.
Life Time Athletic in Green Valley will host a “Yoga Fiesta” on Friday, May 4 from 6 – 8 p.m. The fiesta will include a one hour heated Flow class followed by a social hour at the outdoor, resort-style pool deck and bar featuring tacos and margaritas. Complimentary for members and their guests. Lifetime Athletic is located at 121 Carnegie Street, Henderson.
Festive décor will line the streets of The LINQ Promenade during the annual Cinco de Mayo festival. Entertainment will include a nine-piece Mariachi band, Viajero, accompanied by traditional Mariachi dancers. Guests will enjoy street tacos, Mexican style corn, margarita specials and live entertainment hosted by Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar. To celebrate the Mexican holiday, the High Roller will be lit green, white and red.
The Lion Habit Ranch is hosting a Rock n Roar Cinco de Mayo celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. May 5. Proceeds will benefit Sunrise Children’s Foundation and their efforts to support the HIPPY Program’s (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters) School Ready Initiative. There will be live music and a variety of catered food available (fruits, cheeses and Mexican fare). Beverages including margaritas, beer and wine will be available. Tickets are $75.
MB Steak will get the fiesta started on May 5, with a Prickly Pear Margarita, available exclusively for the Cinco de Mayo holiday. The zesty Prickly Pear Margarita is made with Milagro silver tequila, Prickly Pear purée and fresh sour mix, served in a martini glass and priced at $13.
The MINT Tavern is combining Cinco de Mayo and Kentucky Derby to bring guests drink specials fit for both celebrations. The steed-filled fiesta includes $5 Sauza margaritas, $5 mint juleps and $3 Sauza shots starting at 12 p.m. while showing the race on 18 High-Definition TVs. In addition to festive libations, the Derby de Mayo festivities will continue into the night with live entertainment performed by soul diva, Renee Davis, of the Solid Gold Soul show at Bally’s Las Vegas and Freddie B and the Jazz Band. Entertainment will begin at 9 p.m. and conclude at midnight.
On May 6, Monkey Bar at SLS Las Vegas will offer the Smoked Piña cocktail, priced at $9; Mexican beer and a Cazadores Reposado tequila shot for $7; and classic margaritas for $6.
Northside Café & Chinese Kitchen at SLS Las Vegas will offer chilaquiles verdes, complete with two fried eggs over tortillas topped with chorizo, Cotija cheese and pico de gallo, priced at $9.95; choice of Baja fish, carne asada or al pastor street tacos served with charro beans, chips and a Corona, for $10.95; classic margaritas for $6; bottles of Mexican beer for $4; and a Mexican beer and Cazadores Reposado tequila shot special, priced at $7.
Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant, located in Downtown Summerlin, will host an all-day fiesta featuring mariachis, live sports-talk radio, appearances by former NFL players, traditional Mexican food and tequila shot specials on Saturday, May 5. A mariachi band will spice up the festivities with traditional Mexican music for partygoers from noon until 5 p.m. Available throughout the restaurant, guests can enjoy Pancho’s Patrón Barrel Select Reposado shots, priced at $6.95 each. The fiesta will continue throughout the night with live music in the cantina by Siana King, beginning at 7 p.m. From noon until 3 p.m., J.T. from “J.T. the Brick Show,” will host his live radio show inside Pancho’s cantina with former NFL Raiders players including: Rod Martin, Reggie Kinlaw, Frank Hawkins, Napolean McCallum, Leo Gray, Linden King and Jeff Barnes. Autographs and photos will be available inside the cantina. Guests can enjoy Pancho’s signature menu items including Enchiladas Suizas, corn tortillas filled and rolled with chicken, then covered with Salsa Verde Especial, topped with sliced avocados and sour cream and served with Mexican-style rice and beans, priced at $15.95 for lunch and $19.95 for dinner; Carne Asada a la Ab, thin, charbroiled flat-iron steak served with a cheese enchilada, guacamole, sour cream, pico de gallo and Mexican-style rice and beans, served on a hot skillet, priced at $20.95 for lunch and $25.95 for dinner; and “Wahoo” Fish Tacos, made with two flour tortillas filled with grilled Wahoo fish, shredded cabbage, pico de gallo and chipotle sour cream, served with Mexican-style rice and beans, sour cream and guacamole, priced at $16.95 for lunch and $18.95 for dinner.
The Park will host Tequila Mania from noon to 8 p.m. May 4 and 5. Guests can stroll the vibrantly decorated outdoor experience, enjoying live Mariachi bands and traditional folk dancers, all while savoring a variety of drinks and bites. Special offerings include savory taco cones and ice cream tacos at Beerhaus; samples of signature Cinco cocktails at the historic 1942 Don Julio Truck which will be visiting The Park for the duration of the event; and much more.
The Plaza hotel-casino is planing the biggest Cinco de Mayo party in Downtown Las Vegas. The party will be feature a variety of entertainment, including 8 Lucha Libre wrestling matches. A Mariachi band and Folklorico dancers will entertain guests under the dome and bring the festivities inside as they parade through the Plaza’s casino floor. A DJ will also be at the dome party spinning top radio hits with a mix of Latin music. The Plaza will again have downtown’s largest piñata with prizes, including cash, match play vouchers, free drink coupons and food vouchers. Authentic food and drinks specials will be available all night long, including street tacos from Zaba’s Mexican Grill, Margaritas, Micheladas, Modelo beer and shots of Patron Tequila.
All day on Cinco de Mayo,PUB 365 will offer the following food specials: Mexican seafood gazpacho ($6), a platter featuring a carne asada taco, a pork al pastor taco, a spicy shrimp taco and a carnitas sope ($15), dulce de leche churros and vanilla ice cream ($7). PUB 365 will also feature the following beers each for $3.65: Dust Bowl Brewing Taco Truck Lager, Dust Bowl Brewing Taco Tuck Amber, Carona, Carona Premier, Dos Equis, Modelo and Pacifico.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo like the Irish at Rí Rá Las Vegas by indulging in traditional holiday dishes with an Irish twist, including Corned Beef Quesadilla ($10), house brined corned beef with a blend of cheddar and jack cheese served with homemade Pico de Gallo and savory sour cream; Fish Tacos ($14), two traditional beer battered fish served in a corn tortilla with shredded cabbage and house jalapeno sauce; Nachos ($15), potato chips topped with spicy ground lamb and beef combination with refried white beans, cheddar and jack cheeses, sour cream, Pico de Gallo and guacamole; or Chicken Enchiladas ($16), pulled chicken, rolled up in corn tortillas, topped with enchilada sauce and melted cheddar and jack cheeses, served with refried beans, rice, Pico de Gallo and creamy sour cream. The Cinco de Mayo specialty menu will only be available on Saturday, May 5 while supplies last.
Sunrise Community Center, 5710 E. Judson Ave., will host a Cinco de Mayo celebration from 4:30 to 7 p.m. May 4. There will be free food, a car show, an appearance by Mojave Max, performances by Charros de Las Vegas and the Sunrise High School mariachi band, vendor booths from more than 40 community organizations, boxing and martial arts exhibitions, bounce houses for children, and live music.
Tacos & Tequila at the Luxor is bringing back its annual Sexy de Mayo Fiesta. The restaurant is inviting guests to meet and mingle with sizzling international model and popular social media personality, Carmen Ortega, dance to the sounds of world-renowned Los Angeles-based mariachi band, Mariachi Los Toros [mariachilostoros.com], and enjoy $5 drink specials including el Jimador shots and Dos Equis. The event is open to the public, with no admission fee or minimum purchase required.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip with festive activities, food and drink specials, and more happening at a two-day outdoor fiesta at Tequila Mania at The Park, May 4-5, from 12-8 p.m. daily.
The annual Cinco de Mayo Festival at Texas Station will feature authentic Mexican food, artisan crafts and vendors and fun for the entire family. Traditional music from local bands will be played throughout the event. It will start at 4 p.m. May 5.
Therapy Restaurant, located in Downtown Las Vegas, will get into the holiday spirit for Cinco de Mayo with food and drink offerings from Friday, May 4 through Sunday, May 6. Downtown celebrators can commemorate the Mexican holiday with the Mas Caliente cocktail, made with a spicy blend of Rayu Mezcal, triple sec, lime juice, simple syrup, orange juice and dashes of firewater bitters, priced at $12. The restaurant will also be pouring glasses of Del Sol beer and Dos Armadillos tequila shots, both priced at $5. Therapy will also serve the specialty Nachos Locos dish, created with blue corn tortilla chips topped with braised chicken thighs, tomatillo salsa, white cheddar cheese sauce, Fresno chili peppers, avocado and sour cream, priced at $13.95.
Tivoli Village will host a Cinco de Mayo celerbation from 3 to 11 p.m. May 5. There will be traditional Mexican street food by Leticia's Mexican Cocina, including “elote” Mexican grilled corn, tacos, churros and Leticia’s signature margaritas and a variety of beers available for purchase. There will be additional festive beverages from PKWY Tavern, foodie pop ups by Fusion Beastro and Frozen Frog, and L Makeup Institute will be on-site. Two stages will feature live entertainment by Mexico Vivo, the Randy Anderson band, Crush, the Claudine Castro band and mariachi Herencia De Las Vegas, as well as local dancers. In addition, there will be a classic car show featuring more than 100 hot rods plus bikes and pedal cars. Proceeds of show will benefit People Autism Foundation.
Tom's Urban at New York-New York hotel-casino is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with some awesome specials for the whole month of May. Receive $5 off their Big A$$ beers and $5.00 off their Urban Street Tacos for the whole month. Choose from any of their 40 oz draft beers, and enjoy any of their trio taco plates, from Steak Al Carbon Tacos and Butter Poached Lobster & Shrimp to Mahi-Mahi.
Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book at SLS Las Vegas will offer a five-bottle, mix-and-match Mexican beer bucket for $17; Mexican beer and Cazadores Reposado tequila shot special for $7; and classic margaritas for $6.
XCYCLE Las Vegas will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with its annual ‘Cycle Then Cinco’ class. Instructors will craft playlists by Latin artists, choreographed to a 45-minute workout, while riders are encouraged to cycle in Cinco de Mayo gear. Classes will be offered on Saturday, May 5 starting at 8, 9 and 10 a.m.