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Where To Celebrate Cinco De Mayo In DC This Sunday

Where To Celebrate Cinco De Mayo In DC This Sunday

Although commonly believed to be the Mexican Independence Day (it's not), Cinco de Mayo is actually little more than an excuse to eat tacos, drink a lot of tequila, and dust off the sombrero you saved from your spring break adventures south of the border. Since Washingtonians are always in search of a reason to celebrate, here are the best restaurants and bars in DC to spend your Cinco de Mayo Sunday:

Food Truck Frenzy: Hula Girl

Food Truck Frenzy: Hula Girl
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This review was a real struggle. Not a struggle to write, but rather a struggle to decide if we really wanted to reveal how amazing this truck is and face even longer lines next time we go...but Hula Girl's Hawaiian fare is so delicious, it felt selfish to keep it to ourselves.

10 Cinco De Mayo Cocktail Recipes To Try This Weekend


With spring weather comes a whole slew of spring holidays and festivities. First up? Cinco de Maya. In just a few weeks, we'll be celebrating the Mexican holiday with drink specials, colorful tributes, and all kinds of new ways to enjoy tequila. Don't get caught up in the run of the mill margarita. Check out ten cocktails that we're dying to try out this Cinco de Mayo. From tequila, to rum, to mezcal, these cocktails but a fun spin on the traditional Mexican-themed drinks. Click through for our slideshow and recipes. More>>

Street Style Trend: 6 Ways To Wear Gladiator Boots This Spring


Though gladiator sandals resurface almost every spring/summer season, this year’s take is a statement-making, taller version. If you’re thinking that the Grecian look might be too much for your taste, we’ve tracked down 6 street style examples that will work for any occasion or style. Whether you’re headed to the office or a casual Sunday brunch, click through to find out how you can wear the knee-high gladiator this season. More>>