Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Middletown

If you're looking for places to enjoy authentic Mexican music and enchiladas on May 5, Middletown Patch has you covered.

Cue up the mariachi band—Cinco de Mayo is fast approaching.

The celebration of Mexican heritage on May 5 is sometimes mistaken for Mexico’s Independence Day. However, Cinco de Mayo actually commemorates the Battle of Puebla, a turning point in Mexican history and freedom. 

In the U.S., it is celebrated by observing Mexican culture through food, drinks and dancing. If you are looking for a fiesta with margaritas, live bands and authentic food, read on for the best places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Middletown. 

Here's our pick for where to celebrate in Middletown: 

  • Tito's Cantina Mexican Grill

TELL US: Where do you plan to celebrate on May 5? Share in the comments below!


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