Best Restaurants & Bars for Cinco de Mayo in Toronto

Looking to party this Cinco de Mayo, celebrate at these great restaurants.

Rancho Relaxo

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1635 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M6P 3S9

The details so far are slim on the plans for Rancho Relaxo’s Cinco de Mayo party (margarita specials, tequila and tacos will be at the ready), but this long-standing restaurant will no doubt be packed for this event. Book now and revel in the surprise.

Bloom Restaurant

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2315 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6S 1P1

While everyone is partying their face off on the 5th, go the more sophisticated route at Bloom on Thursday, May 7th. Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the guitar stylings of the Jorge Lopez Trio while enjoying a special concert menu with choices including: Caldo de Cangrejo Soup (Crab Consommé, Lime, Avocado and Cilantro Chifonada with Chipotle Fish Quenelles), Nopales con Camarones (Grilled Cactus leaf, Shrimps With Chipotle Adobo, Tomato Salsa, Oak Cheese), Chuleta de Pork con Canela y Pina (Pork Chop Cinnamon Scented Pumpkin Purée with Pineapple Chutney & Habanero Creme Fraiche) and desserts of churros and brownies.

Drake One Fifty

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150 York St, Toronto, ON M5H 3S5

The Drake One Fifty welcomes back Donnie Masterton for this year’s Cinco de Mayo Guest Chef Dinner. Chef at the acclaimed The Restaurant in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, Masterton will be collaborate on a menu of "modern interpretations of classical Mexican dishes," complete with tequila cocktail pairings and Latin music. Spots are limited for this one-time event.

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