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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Vegas with tequila, margaritas!

 

Head down to the Las Vegas Strip on Cinco de Mayo for the best margaritas and tequila this side of the border!

Diego at MGM Grand boasts an unsurpassed selection of tequilas, with 125 different 100 percent Agave Tequila labels, while Tacos & Tequila at Luxor incorporates traditional elements of Mexican style and Las Vegas flair. Mix it up with a new concept from Chef Jose Andres at Cosmopolitan's China Poblano for a Chinese and Mexican melting pot dish, or, relax in the vibrant Border Grill at Mandalay Bay for a great view of the Lazy River just off Mandalay Bay Beach.

Tacos & TequilaGrab a mid-afternoon drink at Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo Cantina at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood or Taqueria Canonita at The Venetian, also close by, for a true "south of the border" taste. The restaurant's centerpiece boasts a lively exhibition kitchen, featuring sculpted steel and wrought-iron gates, colorful Mexican tiles and authentic Mexican folk art.

Spin the Wheel o' Sin at Monte Carlo's Diablo's Cantina for great deals on shots, beers and margaritas during happy hour, then grab a seat on their outdoor patio to enjoy the sights. Settle in at El Segundo Sol outside of the Fashion Show Mall for made-to-order margaritas with funky flavors like cucumber-mint and prickly pear.

Hussong's Cantina and Taqueria at Mandalay Place claims one of their bartenders, Don Carlos Orozco, from the original location, created the first margarita in 1941.  By mixing equal parts tequila, Damiana and lime, he served the concoction over ice in a salt-rimmed glass for Margarita Henkel, daughter of the German Ambassador to Mexico. Order one of Hussong's specially crafted tequilas or, if you have a sweet tooth, a Bloodtini or a Mexican Lemon Drop margarita.

If you want to head off the Strip, the hip Pink Taco at the Hard Rock Hotel features authentic Mexican craftwork and drinks and the Coasta Cantina at The Orleans on Tropicana Avenue will have your mouth watering with tequila shrimp and 99-cent margaritas during happy hour. Just a few stops on the Monorail, Vince Neil's Tres Rios at the LVH - Las Vegas Hotel features 18-month aged barreled tequilas; and downtown at Casa Don Juan's, homemade tortilla chips, fresh salsa and an expansive tequila collection add to the unique Arts District vibe. Happy hour specials are great, but why not treat your friends to 24 hour $.99 margaritas at any bar at the historic downtown Fremont Hotel! 5 friends - 5 drinks - 5 dollars!

So, grab a few amigos, head to your favorite Vegas Mexican restaurant, and have a drink (or two or three) to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Vegas!

Stroll down the Strip for spectacular sights

 

Bellagio Fountains      Only in Las Vegas can you see dancing water fountains, a roller coaster, a volcano, a free show featuring sexy sirens, and more - all without ever setting foot indoors.

     Take a stroll down one of the world's most famous stretches of road, Las Vegas Boulevard, and take in a variety of sights as you walk.

     The roller coaster at New York-New York soars overhead across the Manhattan skyline, and just up the road, you can enjoy outdoor dining with breathtaking views at Cabo Wabo Cantina and PBR Rock Bar & Grill outside Planet Hollywood, Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas and Margaritaville at the Flamingo Las Vegas.

     Of course, the Fountains of Bellagio and erupting Volcano at The Mirage are always marvelous to see, but continue down the Strip, safely past the pirates and sirens of Treasure Island, and enjoy the view of the Venetian Plaza and the Lake of Dreams at Wynn Las Vegas.

     A world of excitement on one block - only in Las Vegas!

It's the best of both worlds for Hagar fans at Cabo Wabo outside Planet Hollywood

Sammy Hagar treated fans and passers-by to a free show Friday night from inside his Cabo Wabo Cantina, outside Planet Hollywood's Miracle Mile Shops on the Las Vegas Strip.

Hagar played about a dozen signature songs to a packed house, including hits from his solo career such as "There's Only One Way to Rock," "I Can't Drive 55," and "Three Lock Box" along with a few songs from his Van Halen days, including "Why Can't This Be Love," "Right Now," "Top of the World" and "Best of Both Worlds," which you can see here:

 

The show was a precursor to Saturday, when Hagar and his band will open for Aerosmith at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Big-name acts are all over Las Vegas Saturday night, including Adam Lambert at Mandalay Bay Beach, Toby Keith with Trace Adkins inside the Pearl Theater at the Palms, Lionel Richie at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Better Than Ezra at Silverton and Kenny Loggins at the Sunset Outdoor Amphitheater at Sunset Station.

Along with an entertainment lineup you won't find anywhere else, Las Vegas also has amazing pool parties, unparalleled dining and shopping, luxurious spas, championship golf courses and sizzling nightlife. It's all part of Camp Vegas, the ultimate celebration of adult freedom. Book your trip to Las Vegas and experience summer camp like you never have  before.

For a complete list of shows and events in Las Vegas all year round, go to LasVegas.com.

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