Are you the type of person who needs an excuse to drink on a random weekday? If so, Cinco de Mayo happens to fall on a Wednesday and we can’t think of a better excuse to bust open a case of Corona’s and a few orders of tacos to break up the mid-week blues. Fortunately for Chicagoans, there are a myriad of Cinco de Mayo specials going on around the city so you feel right at home despite being north of the border.
Take a look at just a few of our favorites on deck for Cinco de Mayo 2021 right in your neighborhood.
The Rooftop at Nobu Hotel Chicago
Located in the heat of West Loop, the Rooftop at Nobu Hotel Chicago is serving up mini Nobu Tacos that can be ordered with tuna, king crab, white fish tempura, vegetarian, ribeye, or wagyu. For a celebratory Cinco de Mayo cocktail, order the Market Margarita. A house-made marg featuring Casamigos Blanco, pineapple, serrano peppers, cilanto, lime, & cilantro sea salt.
For more information about The Rooftop at Nobu Hotel Chicago visit their website at: www.noburestaurants.com/chicago-rooftop-at-nobu-hotel-chicago
Stan’s Donuts & Coffee
A good breakfast burrito is the most underrated morning treat and Stan’s knows that, that’s why they’re launching their breakfast burrito in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. The newest addition to their lineup of breakfast items, which itself only launched this past winter, also includes other favorites such as oatmeal, Stanwiches, and egg bites. The burrito will include scrambled eggs, green & red pepper, pepper jack cheese, all inside a flour tortilla and will only cost customers $5.99.
For more information about Stan’s Donuts & Coffee visit their website at: https://stansdonuts.com
Old Pueblo Cantina
We at UrbanMatter Chicago are obsessed with Old Pueblo Cantina. Located right in Lincoln Park, OPC is offering the ultimate Cinco de Mayo specials celebration with a liver mariachi band from 4:30pm-9pm. Think of this as a little preview to the rapidly-approaching Mariachi Monday’s that will begin in full force on May 10th.
For more information about Old Pueblo Cantina visit their website at: https://oldpueblochicago.com
PB&J: Pizza, Beer, & Jukebox
This Cinco de Mayo, PB&J is offering diners the opportunity to celebrate with a live mariachi band “Son de Fuego” from 5pm to 6pm. Specialty cocktails including Herradura Paloma and a Pomegranate Herradura Margarita will both be featured and consumed in abundance. Additionally, the outdoor bar will be open from 3pm to 11pm.
For more information about PB&J: Pizza, Beer, & Jukebox visit their website at: https://pbjwestloop.com
Chicago’s largest patio is offering drink and food specials to celebrate Cinco properly. Open starting at 4pm on Wednesday, you’ll need to make a reservation on the patio, however, the evening will be packed with good drinks, a lively atmosphere, games, and incredible food.
For more information and to make a reservation at Recess visit their website at: https://chicagoinrecess.com/reservations/
Featured Image Credit: Recess Chicago on Facebook
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