Cinco de Mayo is a yearly festival continued on the day or near that commemorates the victory of the Mexican Army against French armies at the War of Puebla on 5th May 1862. In the US, though, Cinco de Mayo has become a party of Mexican-American culture, together with the army commemoration only a small portion of events that include picnics, music, dance, car shows, food, beverage, movies, and much more –all to shine a light on the substantial influences of Mexico and its civilizations.
Cinco de Mayo falls on a Sunday this year, so parties will be all weekend. We’ve rounded up some of them below.… Read the rest
Austin is known for being one of the places where BBQ food is very popular, and that is because the restaurants take great pride in preparing their special version of BBQ food.
In fact, a lot of people travel all the way to Austin just to have a taste of their delicious barbecues. Because many people are curious as to what restaurants are the best in Austin, several of us decided to interview a set of local bartenders, chefs, service industry pros and wine experts.
In order to know the rankings of restaurants, each of them was asked to give a corresponding letter of A to F, A being the highest or best, and F being the lowest or not good. Luckily, none fell into the F category.… Read the rest