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Top Bars For Cinco De Mayo In St. Louis

April 24, 2014 8:00 AM

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St. Louis is growing richer in locals who enjoy the history of their Mexican or Hispanic ancestors. Regardless of where your family heritage rests, Cinco de Mayo connects the cultures in one big holiday filled with revelry. No matter where you choose to raise your glass in a toast this May 5, Cinco de Mayo is a day to celebrate. Margarita, tequila and Mexican beer are all accents to amazingly delicious chips, salsa and other foods that are part of this Mexican heritage festival. Join in the fiesta at one of these top bars for Cinco de Mayo in St. Louis.
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Espinos Mexican Bar and Grill
17409 Chesterfield Airport Road
Chesterfield, MO 63005
(636) 519-0044
www.espinosmexicanbargrill.com

Join the festival of fun at this Chesterfield restaurant that is designed to surround patrons with the feel of a Mexican village. However, don’t take the owner’s word for it alone. This Chesterfield Bar and Grill was featured on Guy Fieri’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.” Don’t leave before you’ve tasted the foods that got it featured on the popular show, accented with mama’s frozen mango margarita, your choice of Spanish wines, house-made sangria, a Mexican Cosmopolitan or one of the dozens of tequila choices.

milagro Top Bars For Cinco De Mayo In St. Louis

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Milagro Modern Mexican
20 Allen Ave., Suite 130
Webster Groves, MO 63119
(314) 962-4300
www.milagromodernmexican.com

Don’t miss the family-friendly fiesta atmosphere of the Cinco de Mayo party this Webster Groves bar throws each year. There is always house margarita specials, like the 16-ounce margarita this place is known to serve, or beer selections. Add a touch of fruit with a Carpie Dia, which is blue agave tequila, fresh muddled blackberries with sage simple syrup, a touch of agave nectar and hand-squeezed lime juice. For the family, ask about a horchata snow cones and delicious Mexican food. If the weather is nice, enjoy the outside patio.

diablitos Top Bars For Cinco De Mayo In St. Louis

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Diablitos Cantina
3761 Laclede Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 644-4430
www.diablitoscantina.com

Make reservations ahead of time to be a part of this three-day, all-weekend Cinco de Mayo party that starts on Friday, May 3, 2014. Don’t worry about visiting Mexico on Cinco de Mayo because when you open the door to this cantina, the atmosphere will make you feel as if you are walking through a town in Mexico. This Mexican bar offers the largest tequila selection in the area and one of the most unique margaritas in St. Louis. For this May fiesta, the celebration will include food and drink specials, DJ music, dancing, giveaways, games and a chicken drop.

Related: Most Unique Margaritas In St. Louis

Señor Pique Mexican Restaurant and Margarita Bar
14870 Manchester Road
Ballwin, MO 63011
(636) 394-3455
www.facebook.com/senorpique

Reserve a tent for you and your friends or come alone to enjoy the best May 5 party just west of the city. Cinco de Mayo, also known as Corona de Mayo, is just another reason to host a fiesta complete with a mix of DJ and live music entertainment, games and giveaways. Enjoy indoor golf, delicious food, Coronas and watermelon margaritas. If the weather is nice, sit on the spacious outdoor patio underneath an oversized umbrella.


Big Daddy’s
1000 Sidney St.
St. Louis, MO 63104
(314) 771-3066
www.soulard.bigdaddystl.com

This Soulard pub is known by locals as “The best bar in the whole wide world.” Come see for yourself and join in the Cinco de Mayo celebration. May 5 falls on a Monday this year, but come instead on Tuesday to celebrate and enjoy one of the best Taco Tuesday specials in the area. Get your fill of tacos and just a taste of a Cuervo margarita for just $4, or tequila shots for $3.

Related: Top Taco Tuesday Specials In St. Louis

Tere Scott is a freelance writer and author of e-books and two educational blogs. She loves to research information to share. She currently resides in St. Louis. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.
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