Lots of options on the menu.Great food. The skirt steak was very good. Service was quick. Really good margaritas.
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This restaurant is just across from the Grand Rapids Museum of Art, so perfectly placed for an afternoon sit-down-and-eat. (Although they are open for dinner as well). We loved the hand-carved furniture with its colorful traditional figures and symbols and the fact that they played...More
To be fair, we ate lunch on a Sunday during Art Prize. I’m sure all eateries near Rosa Parks Circle were super busy. Luckily we were not in a giant hurry. I did love the giant mug of horchata they brought out to me. Prices...More
the first thing I thought when I saw the menu, was it looked familiar. after thinking about it, I realized the menu was the same as other Mexican restaurants I have ate at,i don't know if the same chain owns all these, but it seems...More
Nice place to eat and sit. The food was great the chorizo dip was off the hook. they had a great margarita and the beer was affordable.
I work downtown on weekends and some week nights, so I don't always have the option of eating at home. When I crave Mexican food, Cinco De Mayo is my first choice. They are walking distance from downtown attractions and their food is great. The...More
This boat does not float with a few visits under the belt just to be fair. I think most go here for cheap drinks, and then after a couple...the food is fine. Just have the drinks first. No, the food is not terrible but it's...More
Cinco de Mayo was my second choice for lunch on the day I was there, but I am happy I stopped in. The decor looked remarkably like the same parti-colored furniture my local Mexican restaurant has, and the menu was similar. My 3 enchilada plate...More
Delicious food and fast service.. I was a bit surprised to be asked to move tables after I sat down. It turns out I was at the table where the staff sit to fold napkins. The food came quickly, warm and more than enough. I...More
We were in town for a concert+decided to find a place to eat before heading to the show at 20 Monroe Live a couple blocks down the street.The place was full,but we were seated immediately at the back near a bar.There's a good selection of...More