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Five Mexican Restaurants To Visit This Cinco de Mayo

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Five Mexican Restaurants To Visit This Cinco de Mayo

Elliot James, Contributor

America’s favorite Mexican holiday is just around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about where your fiesta will begin. Although this holiday means almost absolutely nothing to Mexicans (Trust me. I am one. Literally.), the U.S. is enamored with this Latin celebration and reason to drink.

Midtown and Downtown Macon has been growing quite noticeably with new eateries specializing in South of the border flavors. No walls here in Bibb County.

Here are five Mexican restaurants to check out this Cinco De Mayo.  – Andale! A Huevo!

  1. La Bella Morelia

499 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Family owned and operated restaurant offering authentic flavors inspired from the Michoacan region of Mexico.

  1. El Sombrero Mexican Restaurant

4646 Forsyth Rd

Casual restaurant chain offering tacos, enchiladas & Mexican seafood, plus a bar with margaritas.

  1. Margaritas Mexican Grill Mercer Village

1602 Montpelier Ave

Located in Mercer Village serving Jalisco-style Mexican dishes & margaritas in a casual and collegiate atmosphere. Sports bar atmosphere with great selection of beers and margaritas.

  1. Tzango Cocina del Mundo

336 2nd St

Latin food with all-natural, hormone-free ingredients, featuring 11 uniquely flavored margaritas and other libations of choice.  

  1. La Parrilla Mexican Restaurant

5080 Riverside Dr

The Shoppes at River Crossing

Colorful, family-friendly chain serving a variety of Mexican dishes, plus large central bar.

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