When it comes to Thursdays, there are not many things to say, other than "Well, at least it's almost Friday."

That is unless Cinco de Mayo falls on a Thursday. When that happens, there is plenty to talk about. It's like Taco Tuesday, but better.

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Cinco de Mayo is happening this Thursday, May 5th. So, if you'll be in Lapeer or Imlay City and you're looking for some place to celebrate Cinco de Mayo this week, here are a few options to get you started.

Cinco de Mayo Celebration in Lapeer

If you are looking to get your drink on in Lapeer, look no further than Pueblo Viejo. Located at 325 E. Genesee St.

Credit: Duffy Connolly
Credit: Duffy Connolly

Pueblo Viejo will be serving fresh Mexican cuisine from open to close. But there will be some unique food and drink specials all day long. Then, from 5:00 p.m. on, there will be tons of giveaways, including T-shirts, necklaces, and even sombreros.

Cinco de Mayo Options in Imlay City

If you are looking to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the Imlay City area, you have a couple of options to choose from.

If you're looking for easy in / easy out Taco Specials or Taco Trays, Jalisco Deli has you covered!

Credit: Duffy Connolly
Credit: Duffy Connolly

They have three choices of Taco Platters on special to choose from. All with your choice of chicken, beef, of marinated pork.

You can also check out La Fonda Mexican Kitchen at 71332 Van Dyke Rd. (You remember, the old Tietz building).

Credit: Duffy Connolly
Credit: Duffy Connolly

La Fonda will be serving up a wide variety of cocktails and beers. As well as festive Mexican appetizers and meals.

Plenty of options to choose from! If you're wondering why Nacho's Taco House is not on this list, check out the story below:

Popular Imlay City, MI Restaurant Closes After 40 Years

Where Will You Be on Cinco de Mayo?

Regardless of where you end up on Cinco de Mayo, may your day/evening be filled with delicious food, fantastic drinks, and a sombrero or two.

And, it goes without saying, be smart and be safe out there. Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

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