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Live in NYC? Want Free Tequila?

Cinco de Mayo may be a holiday about Mexican Independence, but that doesn’t stop Americans from celebrating it as an ode to tacos, pinatas, and copious drinking. Well, if you live in New York, an establishment called Tequilaville (I’d make … Read More

By / May 4, 2009

Cinco de Mayo may be a holiday about Mexican Independence, but that doesn’t stop Americans from celebrating it as an ode to tacos, pinatas, and copious drinking. Well, if you live in New York, an establishment called Tequilaville (I’d make a Jimmy Buffett joke, but not enough Southerners are on this website to find it funny) on Vanderbilt Avenue between 42nd and 43rd streets is giving away pastrami burritos and kosher tequila. The tequila, Agave 99, is produced in Mexico under the supervision of a rabbi. 

The free stuff starts getting handed out at 11:00 AM. Mexican songs sung in Spanish and Yiddish will be sung. Tequilaville is super close to Grand Central Station, for those of you who commute. I’ll be taking the day off to participate in the festivities, if anyone cares to join me.

[Hat tip to Midtown Lunch.]

 

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