Tacos, tequila, margaritas! Cinco De Mayo brings all the amazing food and fun. This year you can actually enjoy the party. And what a party it will be! Check out these fantastic choices for Cinco De Mayo!
Gato Taco (Irwin)
Irwin’s ONLY taco AND tequila restaurant. Located in the heart of Irwin, across from the Lamp Theater. Gato Taco is not your traditional taco place, with 15 signature tacos and over 2500 possible combinations to build your own taco, Gato is a fusion of traditional and creative flavors for one mind-blowing experience. We also have a great selection of tequilas for everyone to enjoy, from beginners, to tequila connoisseurs.
La Palapa (Southside)
Founded due to their passion for authentic Mexican cuisine, La Palapa has a genuine love to serve others. They bring the real flavors to the people of Pittsburgh. Enjoy the Mezcal bar, along with their Catering & Food truck in the Southside. Summer is coming up—it’s the perfect time to drink some frozen margaritas on the outdoor patio! Known as the “window to the Mexican culture”, La Palapa ranked as the best traditional restaurant in Pittsburgh. You can also choose take-out and delivery.
Las Velas Mexican Restaurant (Market Square)
Las Velas Mexican Restaurant is the first restaurant of owner and chef David Montanez, who was born and raised in Mexico City before moving to the Riviera Maya where his cooking was further influenced by the local cuisine and culture. Montanez also owns and operates Madero Cantina in Murrysville. Located in downtown Pittsburgh in historic Market Square, Las Velas enjoyed a full year of operation before being partially destroyed by a fire in December of 2010. Re-opened in the summer of 2011, it includes a fun atmosphere, excellent bar options, a view of the Square, and a flavorful menu of recipes inspired by both Mexico City and the Riviera Maya!
Madero Cantina (Murrysville & North Huntingdon)
Madero Cantina is the suburban restaurant chain of David Montanez, the owner of Las Velas in downtown Pittsburgh’s Market Square. The menu at Madero closely resembles that of Las Velas, full of fresh, flavorful authentic Mexican dishes inspired by his homes of Mexico City and the Riviera Maya. Madero is open for lunch and dinner daily. They have a full bar featuring a wide selection of Mexico’s best tequila!This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.