Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Dallas-Fort Worth

Whether you're looking to dine in or order takeout, the options are vast at restaurants in the Metroplex.

The reopening of restaurant dining rooms in Texas began on May 1. Patrons can now take food to go for their Cinco de Mayo meals or opt to dine while still social distancing. Celebrate the way you feel most comfortable with help from the following eateries.

Dine-in Options

JAXON Texas Kitchen & Beer Garden

With the reopening of JAXON Texas Kitchen & Beer Garden comes many special promotions. A delectable spicy pineapple margarita kit is one of the options you can take home; delivery is free within five miles of the restaurant.

Cantina Laredo

Your taste buds will delight in the flavors of modern Mexico at Cantina Laredo. Choose to dine in on a limited menu (including a fajitas for two daily special) or order online, and find happy-hour pricing on beer and margaritas.

El Chico

El Chico restaurants also have great pricing, and great variety on their menus. Daily specials are available until sold out, so plan accordingly. Both the dining room and takeout is available. 

A margarita from Primo's MX Dallas

Primo's Pop-Up at The Statler

Through May 15, Primo's MX Kitchen & Lounge is operating a pop-up location at The Statler's gathering spot Waterproof. Make your reservation now to secure a socially-distant seat. Patrón and Uno Por Favor margaritas will be served on the rocks and frozen for $5 all day every day (11 am-2 am).

For those who prefer to order carryout, Primo's MX Kitchen & Lounge serves up three kits: the Cinco de Mayo Taco Tuesday kit, the Fiesta Margarita kit and the Breakfast Taco & Tres Leches Pancake brunch meal kit.

Mexican Sugar

This stylish cantina offers a seductive vibe to those who can now dine in again and also margarita, taco and tequila flight kits for those who wish to order takeout.

Tim Love Restaurants

Even though Tim Love's restaurants—such as Gemelle, Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, Woodshed Smokehouse and Queenie's Steakhouse have reopened their dining rooms, his Cinco de Mayo Fiesta at Home is still available for takeout. It's $45 and serves four; items include tequila-braised pulled pork, cheese, salsa, borracho beans, chips, tortillas and rice. For an additional $40, diners can add on one of three margarita kits. 

Takeout & Delivery

Fuzzy's Taco Shop

Fresh Mexican favorites and family meal packs from Fuzzy's will make your Cinco de Mayo celebration a success. Order some chips and guacamole and use the Fuzzy's Taco Shop reward app for entry into a contest to win free chips and guac for a year! There will be 100 winners.

Fuzzy's Taco Shop Dallas

Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux

Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux is celebrating with a special bundle just for Cinco de Mayo. On that day diners can indulge in eight Boom Boom Shrimp Tacos, a Cajun Queseaux with tortilla chips and a gallon of frozen margarita or a six-pack of bottled Corona (depending on the location) for $30. Call in your order and pick it up curbside.

On the Border 

Preschedule your order and pick it up on Cinco de Mayo at On the Border. The restaurant's Cinco in a Bag includes a taco family meal (ground beef), a bowl of queso, fun swag and five Cinco cups for just $25 (while supplies last on the latter two). Guests can add on alcohol and desserts. 

Ten50 BBQ

Get your fill of meat from Ten50 with a family pack that feeds four. It includes two meats (1.5 pounds each) and two sides for $75. Add on tequila for an additional $25. 

Legacy Hall

Legacy Hall delivers a true party complete with live mariachis! The Cinco-At-Home Party also comes with a meal kit with two meats, a six pack of Mexican beer, a margarita kit and more.

Tacodeli Dallas

Tacodeli

In addition to family meals, special deals and regular menu items, Tacodeli offers items from its Bodega for curbside pickup, such as flat iron steaks, guac kits, queso fresco and pasture-raised eggs.

A Virtual Cinco de Mayo Party

Join chefs Dean Fearing and Julian Rodarte for America's Official Cinco de Mayo Happy Hour on May 5 from 5-7 pm CST, live on YouTube. Hold up a frozen margarita for fun and games from Dallas' Margarita Mile.