A KENTUCKY DERBY DAY PARTY
Saturday, May 3, 2pm-7pm
NO TICKETS NEEDED
OPEN TO ALL
Join us as we watch the “Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports”. Enjoy specially priced Bulleit Bourbon Mint Juleps as you listen to the strumming of the Adam Rongo Trio. There will also be a Goorin Bros. pop-up shop to purchase festive hats for any occasion.
Also at the Bar at Red Rooster check out Festivadad de Cinco de Mayo
Festividad De Cinco de Mayo at The Red Rooster. There is no better place to celebrate, great food, fun and atmosphere. Enjoy $7 Don Julio Tequila Margaritas and $7 Tacos.
(Cinco de Mayo is Monday, May 5th)
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Looking for something to do in Harlem this Cinco De Mayo? Check out Harlem Tavern Saturday May 5th for Cinco De Mayo Patio Fest Party!
There will be live music by The Polka Brothers from 4 til 7PM followed by DJ from 8 til 2AM.
This will also mark the official opening of the Beer Garden. The weather forecast for Saturday looks good… sunny skies and in the 70’s. Lift a glass in honor of your Mexican Heritage or friends from Mexico and come out and celebrate!
* Cinco De Mayo (fifth of May) a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride.
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It’s Cinco de Mayo! Happy Cinco de Mayo Harlemites! Where will you be celebrating the Mexican holiday for 2011?
I still hear East 116th Street in Spanish Harlem will have a party atmosphere even though their annual Cinco de Mayo Festival passed. Check out the review by The Village Voice.
Remember this part of the City is Harlem’s booming Mexican population. So if you want to be authentic with your celebration of May 5th, no need to go far. Head on over to Spanish Harlem to celebrate. You might just see this Latina celebrating there!
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