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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Cinco de Drinko 2011

Posted By on Thu, May 5, 2011 at 3:22 PM


It's one of the three designated drinking holidays of the year and Little Rock bars are getting in la espíritu with special Cinco de Mayo drink specials.

Our local drinking holes are offering everything from super cheap buckets of Corona to special, artisanal cocktails (Dizzy's basil-orange mojito sounds amazing).

Check out a smattering of local specials after the jump.

Bar Louie is offering 20 oz. drafts for $3.50 and $10 pitchers of margaritas and sangria. LIve DJ spinning all night.

Cajun's Wharf has $3 bottles of Corona and Dos Equis, $2 margarita Jell-O shots, $4 shots of Jose Cuervo Silver and $4 margaritas. Crash Meadows Duo provides music on the deck starting at 5:30, Crisis rocks out inside at 9 p.m. while DJ Hollywood spins in the restaurant and DJ Brandon Peck gets down on the deck.

Ciao Baci's nightly special offers $5 watermelon margaritas.

Cornerstone Pub & Grill in Argenta is offering $2.50 Dos Equis drafts and $3 bottles of Corona and Pacifico as well as $3 margaritas.

Dizzy's is working the cocktail angle with basil-orange mojitos, regular mojitos and Mexican martinis for $7 as well as six-bottle buckets of Mexibeer for $15

Both Gusano's and Juanita's will sell all bottles of Mexibeer for $2.50.

Pizza D'Action is offering a three-course Cinco de Mayo dinner for $16 as well as $1.50 cans of Tecate and bottles of Sol, Dos Equis and Pacifico for $2.50 a pop.

Senor Tequilas all across town are selling their reliably stout margaritas for $3.

Thirst n' Howl has $10 buckets of Corona and $3 margaritas.

The Underground is set to offer $2.50 bottles of Mexibeer and $5 Jose Cuervo margaritas.

And Willy D's looks like the place to get "d" on a dime with all Mexibeers at $2 and domestic drafts for a buck. Yeah, quaffing Bud Light may not be in the spirit of things, but no one will care if you do it in a sombrero.

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