What to Do in Milwaukee—Cinco De Mayo Weekend
While Cinco De Mayo (May 5) historically commemorates the Battle of Puebla and the Mexican Army’s triumph over the French, it is often confused for Mexican Independence Day (September 16).
Through the years, Cinco de Mayo became a celebration of Mexican culture and heritage to Mexican-Americans in the U.S. Currently, Cinco De Mayo is observed by Mexicans and other ethnicities around the U.S., enjoying the culture, music and food of the land to our south.
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Beer and Taco Special
Kick off your Cinco de Mayo celebration at The Fire Pit Sports Bar & Grill with $3 Corona® beers and a tasty taco platter for only $8. Enjoy three tacos with your choice of hard shell or soft shell and your choice of beef or fish. Served with Spanish rice, refried beans, sour cream and salsa.
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¡Arriba! Join us at The Buffet for a taste of Mexican culture on Sunday, May 5 from 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Fill up on all-you-can-eat, south-of-the-border favorites like tacos, nachos, enchiladas and more. Enjoy authentic music and entertainment from a strolling mariachi band while you eat. For a moment, you may just forget you’re in the heart of Milwaukee!
Cost: $16 with Fire Keeper’s Club® card; $18 without card. Not a Fire Keeper’s Club member? Learn how to join the Club—it’s free.
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Fiesta on the Casino Floor
Don’t miss a special musical installment in honor of Cinco de Mayo. The Amigos return to Potawatomi Bingo Casino at Bar 360 at 8 p.m. for a fun-filled presentation of Latino music that is sure to be an interactive highpoint. How are you celebrating Cinco de Mayo?
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