Jalapeno Inferno’s Cinco de Mayo’s take-out specials include family-style fajitas ($60 for four to six people) and various other meal deals for four to six people, starting at $45. To really celebrate, the restaurant offers half-gallon growlers of margaritas: The “Boss” Margarita for $55, Top Shelf for $45 and House Margarita for $35. Call 480.585.6442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For $125 plus tax, La Hacienda at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is offering a to-go feast for four with guacamole, tacos al pastor, cheese enchiladas, churros, beans and rice, plus more authentic eats. Margaritas, tequila and Mexican beers are available to add-on, as well. Pickup is available from 1 to 3 p.m. on May 5 at the Palomino Ballroom.
SOL Mexican Cocina will a taste of Baja with flavors and experiences inspired by the best of Coastal Mexico, with a Cinco de Mayo Pack ($65). Serving three to five people, the pack includes Naked Guacamole, TJ Caesar Salad with Chicken, street taco six-pack (choice of three pairs of grilled chicken, carnitas or black bean sweet potato), and a house margarita pitcher.
Pre-order your Cinco feast from Maple & Ash by May 4. The $60 menu (feeds two) includes chips and salsa, guacamole, rock shrimp and king crab aguachile, ribeye and lobster fajitas and more. Cocktails to-go are also available.
Modern Tortilla (the sister brand/food truck to Aioli Gourmet Burger) is offering build-your-own taco bars. The Modern Tortilla truck will be parked out in front of Aioli Gourmet Burger all day on May 5. Menus includes chicken tinga, carne asada, tortillas, fresh toppings, beans, rices and a choice of canned margarita or horchata for two or four people. Order at email@example.com by 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 30, for pick up on Sunday, May 3, between 4 and 8 p.m. Delivery is available as well from 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. ($5 fee). Pick up at Phoenix location only; 10652 N. 32nd St.
Urban Margarita is making it easy to celebrate the holiday at home by offering to-go kits including food and drinks. Diners can enjoy Cinco de Mayo to-go specials all day including $2 tacos and $5 house margaritas, as well as Urban Margarita’s specialty Cinco de Mayo party pack including a build-your-own taco kit that serves up to six people for $24 and a pitcher of house margaritas for $20. Takeout orders can be placed by calling the restaurant directly at 623.561.6674, and deliveries can be arranged via UberEats.
Available at both Central and Gilbert locations, Joyride Taco House‘s Cinco de Mayo celebration has kicked off pre-orders on its build-your-own fajita bar, which will be available for pickup from Saturday, May 2, through Tuesday, May 5. The bar includes flank steak and chicken and all the fixings, as well as chips, salsa, queso and Tricked Out Churros for four to six people for $55. Paloma kits and Boozie Frescas are also available.
Bring the fiesta home to you with a Cinco de Mayo Package from ZuZu, including a mix of green chile cheddar enchiladas, chicken flautas and carne asada street tacos. Enjoy a variety of starters and sides like salsas, rice and beans, guacamole, and grilled elote, along with prickly pear margarita pie or Abuelita chocolate flan for dessert. The Cinco de Mayo package feeds four people and comes with a DIY margarita kit, all for $69. Delivery is available from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Grubhub and Postmates with free delivery from the ZuZu team available within a five-mile radius for orders over $100. Pre-pay and place your order by Friday, May 1, and receive a $25-off certificate to use for ZuZu take-out or dine-in at a later date, valid for two months.
CRUjiente Tacos will be open for Cinco de Mayo as pre-made Premier CRU Margaritas and to-go spirit bottles of Tequila Corrido, Tequila Corcel and Mezcal Carreño will be available for curbside pick-up. Plus, CRU’s award-winning tacos, like te crunchy beef tacos ($15 for three tacos) as well as its salsa trio with tortilla chips ($5) and guacamole with chips ($9) are available for curbside pick-up. Doordash delivery is available; however, delivery excludes all alcoholic beverages and spirits. All curbside orders can be made by phone starting at noon. All curbside pick-ups are between 2 to 7 p.m. on Cinco de Mayo.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Gertrude’s braised beef street tacos and margarita kits. The 12-pack of tacos features fixings and a side of refried black beans, arroz verde and chips and salsa for $64. The margarita kits serve four and are $22. Must order by 2 p.m. on May 4 for pick up or delivery. Order firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call 918.260.4399.
Taco Guild is offering a margarita kit (makes 14 cocktails) for $45, with your choice of passionfruit, coconut, strawberry, mango or ginger flavor. Taco Guild’s taco pack feeds four for $50 and offers the choice of two proteins (cherry steak, pork carnitas and chicken ting), beans and rice, chips and salsa and toppings.
Available at all three Sandbar Mexican Grill Valley locations (Chandler, Gilbert and Desert Ridge) for to-go orders, Sandbar will be offering a Cinco de Mayo celebration at home featuring chicken and carne asada tacos, along with six-pack drinks to-go including sealed margaritas, White Claws, Modelo, and many more beer options. Plus, they will be hosting a $10 car wash at all of the restaurants with proceeds benefiting St. Mary’s Food Bank. They will also have an outdoor DJ spinning tunes for customers to enjoy when they pick up their meal and get their car washed. Sandbar Cinco de Mayo will be available from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Mastro’s Steakhouse is offering carne asada served with exclusive elote corn for two featuring 16-oz. marinated prime steak, six flour tortillas, Mastro’s avocado salsa, pickled onions, tajin mayonnaise, and cotija cheese for $45. Cocktails are also available. This special offering is only available on Tuesday, May 5.
All five Serrano’s Mexican Restaurant locations will be offering Cinco de Mayo specials via curbside pickup and delivery all week long (May 4 through May 9). The specials include a Cinco Six Pack of full-size shredded beef or shredded chicken tacos, Mexican Flag enchiladas, house margaritas for $4 and more. Additionally, since Cinco de Mayo falls on Taco Tuesday, Serrano’s offers its crispy full-size tacos (shredded beef or shredded chicken) a la carte for $3.50 as well as street tacos for $2.50. Street tacos are available with carne asada, pollo asada, machaca, shredded chicken, pork or ground beef. Good only on May 5 (Taco Tuesday).
PHX Beer Co. is offering specials for those looking to kick up the holiday a notch. In addition to its regular curbside menu and crowlers, growlers and packaged beer to go, the Scottsdale location will also offer specials like $5 Baja fish or pork tacos, $5 chips and salsa, $3 Jell-O shots and more.
Huss Brewing Co. Uptown is offering a festive array of eats for Cinco de Mayo, including a build-your-own nacho bar (serves four to six for $19), a Cinco burrito, a Michelada kit for $19, a Cinco 12-pack of Huss brews and more. Pre-order online for back alley curbside pickup on May 5.
Macayo’s is serving up a whole week of deals for Cinco de Mayo! Kicking off Friday, May 1, Macayo’s will have a different deal every day leading up to Taco Tuesday on May 5, when they’re bringing back the infamous Taco Tuesday deal of $5 for two tacos. Plus, all week long guests can get a 12-oz. margarita to go for $8 or a six-pack half-off for $30. Macayo’s is also offering up Patron margarita kits so you can still have a fiesta right at home, equipped with a whole bottle of Macayo’s reposado tequila, Macayo’s sweet and sour mix, limes and salt.
The $65 Los Sombreros Cinco de Mayo Party Pack includes a choice of one family meal (feeds four) and a full-size piñata filled with one pound of Mexican candies! Meal options include tacos, enchiladas or carnitas, each with sides and dessert, or Los Favorites, with pollo con espinacas, tomato and Oaxaca cheese salad for two, plus two cheese quesadillas, rice, black beans, chips and salsa and chocolate ice cream. Drinks are available as add-ons. Visit lossombreros.com/shop to order, and pick up at either the Uptown Phoenix or Old Town Scottsdale location from Saturday, May 2, to Tuesday, May 5.
They are kicking things off in a big way at Barrio Queen, as the restaurant is featuring Maestro Dobel and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new small-batch TEREMANA Tequila in their margarita kits, and for every Don Julio Margarita Kit purchased, Barrio Queen will be donating a meal to first responders. Free T-shirts, stickers and other special gifts to customers will also be handed out while supplies last. Plus, all tacos on the menu will be offered at $2, and specials include antojitos and tamales packages.
PLUS: Locally-owned artisan mezcal producer Mezcal Carreño will host Cinco de Carreño, a virtual Cinco de Mayo party with their highly demanded Lotería de Mezcal. Mezcal Carreño added its own mezcal twist on Mexican Bingo to teach mezcal culture while practicing social distancing and staying connected with the community. Mezcal Carreño partnered up with local restaurants, incuding CRUjiente Tacos, Chula Seafood Uptown and Downtown 12 West, for their Lotería de Mezcal participants to have spirits, tacos/food and mezcal education indoors. Cinco de Carreño is on May 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. and is a community celebration on Zoom. It is an online meetup with live music, lotería games, stories from the local hospitality industry including bartenders and chefs plus a few surprises.
To participate in Cinco de Carreño, guests can order full bottles of Mezcal Carreño spirits, cocktails or four-oz. mezcal shots as well as food to-go from one of these restaurants from May 1 through May 5 to obtain the Zoom meeting login details and the game board for Lotería de Mezcal – while game cards last. Other participating restaurants include Peoria Artisan Brewery, Centrico, The Brickyard, Pescado Borracho and Thunderbird Lounge. For delivery or curbside pick-up information, pricing and availability on four-ounce shots, cocktails, and full bottles of Mezcal Carreño, call the participating restaurants. Participants must be living in the greater Phoenix area and over 21.
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