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Philly’s best fiestas for Cinco de Mayo

Whether you’re looking for a classy tequila flight or a gigantic frozen margarita, there’s a little something for everyone to celebrate tonight.

McGillin’s
1310 Drury St.
www.mcgillins.com

McGillin’s takes drinking holidays seriously — we wouldn’t be surprised if they were still cleaning up from St. Patty’s Day over there. And so tonight, the midtown mainstay is honoring Charlie Sheen and his impressive drinking ancestry: a Mexican grandmother and an Irish grandfather. Dig in to specials like the Irish chimichanga or Corona beer-battered fish and chips while browsing that giant list of flavored margaritas.

Valanni
1229 Spruce St.
www.valanni.com

They’re calling it a “smackdown,” but we can’t imagine any loser in Valanni’s Cinco de Mayo matchup: Patron vs. Don Roberto tequilas. Sip on pitchers of ’ritas or top shelf flights to go along with tonight’s special menu of Mexican tapas.

Cantina Feliz
424 S. Bethlehem Pike
www.cantinafeliz.com

For their first Cinco de Mayo, chef Tim Spinner is going all out with a fiesta that stars a pig roast and 50 different bottles of tequila. Order them up in one of the bar’s signature margaritas, or choose from eight tasting flights.

Avenida
7402 Germantown Ave.
www.avenidarestaurant.com

This Mount Airy Latin-inspired restaurant has a menu of $5 drink-and-food specials tonight, including an all-star margarita lineup: Choose from watermelon, mango, passion fruit, pomegranate or guava.

 
 
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