Cinco de Mayo tips from Campus Live

Campus Live gives you tips for Cinco de Mayo 2019

Cinco de Mayo, or the 5thof May, is a celebration of the battle between Mexico and France in the battle of Puebla, over the Franco – Mexican War.  It’s typically a day in America where people of all races take the time to go out and have a fiesta, grub on some tacos, or down a margarita in celebration of our neighbors to the South.  

If you’re in Lubbock and you’re looking for a cool place to do any of the above, Campus Live has you covered! 

If you’re looking for some great Lubbock tacos, try the following: 

  1. Torchy’s 
  2. Taqueria y Panederia Guadalajara 
  3. Taqueria Autlan 

If you’re looking for great Mexican food in general, try the following: 

  1. Jalisco’s 
  2. Joel’s Restaurant 
  3. Picantes 

Want to drink a really good marg?  Try these top places: 

  1. Chimmy’s (duh) 
  2. Teddy Jack’s 
  3. The Plaza Restaurant 

If you’re not in the margarita drinking mood, of course we recommend have a nice refreshing Mexican beer, and what better drink than a Corona Premier, the official beer of Campus Live. 

I hope you enjoyed these recommendations and that you find them super helpful when you’re looking for a way to spend your Cinco de Mayo.  Please remember to be safe, always.  Don’t drink and drive, and enjoy your fiestas.  Until next time, Campus Live, Happy Cinco de Mayo!

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