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Cinco De Mayo Deals: 10 Specials for May 5, 2017

Chili's has its own beer and margarita special for the day.

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There are some great Cinco de Mayo deals out there.

The holiday commemorates the Battle of Puebla in Mexico, which was a historical achievement for Mexico as the army beat the French army that was occupying the country, against all odds.

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In honor of the victory, which happened on May 5, there are plenty of restaurants around the U.S. offering Cinco de Mayo deals. Here are 10 of the best ones:

  • Chili’s: The restaurant is offering customers their own Cinco de Mayo cup that they can fill up with any beer or margarita for $5 on May 5. You can also buy a discount Chili’s gift card before your visit.
  • Chuy’s: This eatery has drink specials all night, including frozen margaritas, floaters and Coronas.
  • Margaritas Mexican Restaurant: All you can eat nachos are available before 4 p.m. on any type of nachos.
  • Moe’s Southwest Grill: Cinco de Moe’s may land you a free T-shirt, as the first 100 customers in line will get one. Some locations will have $5 burritos.
  • On the Border: $5 margaritas on May 5.
  • Taco Cabana: If you’re in Texas, you can get a free Taco Cabana for a year. Check out details on Taco Cabana’s Facebook.
  • Taco Bueno: The deals are unclear here, but last year had 50% off quesadillas and nachos.
  • TacoTime: How about 79-cent tacos all day on May 5.
  • TGI Fridays: One of the best Cinco de Mayo deal is in the form of Casamigos Strawberry ‘Ritas, Suaza ‘Ritas and more. You can also get a discount TGI Fridays gift card.
  • Tijuana Flats Beers on draft will be $2 apiece, while May 6 and 7 will offer $2 drafts, $2 chips and salsa, $2 tacos and $2 churros.

This article is from Karl Untermohlen of InvestorPlace.

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