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What better way to celebrate the Mexican army's unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla (yep, that's the history of it) than heading out to either Taco Boy location for food, drinks, fun, and live music?
I can't think of a better way, I can tell you that much.
Both locations will feature live music by local musicians. Graham Whorley and Kris Woodrum will be entertaining the crowd at Folly Beach – and Tumbao, the five piece Latin influence band participating in this year’s Piccolo Spoleto festival, will play for the downtown crowd. Music starts at 6 p.m.
Here's more on the festivities planned for the day from the press release:
Costumes are encouraged and photographers will be on hand to capture the festivities and guests in their Mexican attire. The restaurants will also be fully stocked with sombreros, mustaches, flags and roses for folks who want to celebrate. For the more timid, there will be plenty of Taco Boy tattoos, stickers and custom Cinco de Mayo t-shirts.
In addition to copious amounts of swag and costumed revelry, Taco Boy, as always, will feature a traditional menu of Mexican favorites, all made fresh in-house.