No matter what your drunk roommate says, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day. In fact, it’s a small regional holiday primarily celebrated in the state of Puebla. But much like St. Patrick’s Day, the holiday’s true meaning has been diluted into a boozy affair that helps places like Chili’s sell more two-for-one margaritas. Not that we’re complaining — we love a good libation. Any excuse to drink is OK with us. So if you are going to celebrate Saturday’s faux holiday (fauxliday?) like a true gringo, what... More >>>