COVID forces many Cinco de Mayo festivities at home
West Allis (CBS 58)--Salsa, chips, guac. All fun foods on this Cinco de Mayo. And just because Mexican restaurants aren’t open, at least for dine-in during the COVID crisis, doesn’t mean you can celebrate. The folks at Antigua helped us with some tasty drinks and dishes during the CBS58 Morning Show, including a Pineapple margarita and pan roasted cauliflower walnut tacos. Some simple recipes you can do at home to add a little flavor to your day.
Click here to see some of the recipes covered. Also they are doing curbside pick up at places like Antigua or Frida today in case you’d like to order Mexican food on this Cinco de Mayo. Remember this day commemorates a battle Mexico won against the French in 1862. Mexican Independence Day actually takes place on September 16th.
Obviously, to see if your favorite Mexican restaurant is offering curbside, just call or look them up online.