Cinco de Mayo falls on #TacoTuesday this year, y'all! Bring the party home with portable beverages and excellent Mexican food when you order online for curbside pick up or delivery (some restaurants even offer free local delivery). 

Remember: TABC prohibits the sale of pre-mixed alcoholic beverages to-go. All alcohol must be sold separately from mixers in a manufacturer bottle. The restaurants listed below all offer beverages to go that follow TABC protocol.

 

Arizola’s

The restaurant in Lake Worth has pivoted quite nicely, with the bulk of their original menu intact. You can also get family enchilada and taco kits (which feed four or five generously) for $40. Need to feed six? The Fajita Feast and Grande Enchilada dinners (both $60) come with plenty of food. The Grande Enchilada dinner also includes sopapillas! If you’re so moved, Arizola’s is also offering a Comfort Care food package to feed 8 for $60 donation.

 

Blue Goose

The newish restaurant on University offers five different kinds of margaritas, from a single serve at $10 to the half-gallon kit with tequila for $36. You can also get a skinny ‘rita, upgrade to premium tequila, or get a Ranch Water kit with Topo Chico, lime, tequila and tajin, all for for $38. The Tuesday Taco kit is a steal at $35, with beef, chicken, all the fixins' and chips and salsa.

 

Blue Mesa

The Cinco Home Fiesta Pack serves 6-8 and is a bargain at $50. The kit comes with a selection of beef, chicken and pork for build-your-own tacos along with all the condiments, the iconic rainbow chips and salsa, and a kit to make a quart of their Blue Margaritas. Add an extra quart of ‘ritas or guac or queso for some additional joy (and maybe leftovers).

 

Chuy’s

Both Fort Worth locations offer margarita kits starting at $12 for two with alcohol included. If you love the flavor of Chuy’s ‘ritas, but want to add your own alcohol, pick up 32 ounces of margarita mix for only $5 and spike (or not) at will. Grab $3 Mexican beers, or the Fajita Kit ($50 feeds four), Peace, Love, and Enchiladas kit ($40 feeds four), or recreate the nacho car with a $20 Kick It Up a Nacho kit.

 

HG Sply

HG Sply’s got Cinco de Mayo covered with DIY cocktail packages that include margaritas that serve two for $16 or a crowd for $35. You can also grab a Michelada Kit for $35, or a Ranch Water or Paloma Package for $30 each. And along with the bulk of their regular menu, you can order family packs of tacos ($45 for beef, $49 for chicken) that include beans, brown rice, corn or flour tortillas and chips and salsa.

 

Mesero

The margarita kit here comes with all the fixins' and an extra couple shots in case you want to make a fancy kind of side-car in your home bar. The four-serving margarita kit is $50 and margs for 12 will run you $100. They’ll also sell you your favorite Mexican beer, including Modelo Especial and Negro Modelo, for $6 each. While you’re there, grab a queso fundido or fajita kit to-go with your margs.

 

Margarita Dinners

Sundance Square is teaming up with Reata Restaurant and Waters Restaurant on Margarita Dinners for Two.

On Sunday, May 3, at 7:30 p.m. Patrón Tequila and Waters Restaurant bring you the Perfect Patron Margarita and Curbside Dinner for Two + Live Virtual Dining Experience for $89. Email privatedining@waterstexas.com to pre-order. 

Posted by Sundance Square on Thursday, April 30, 2020


On Tuesday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. Patrón Tequila and Reata Restaurant bring you the Perfect Patron Margarita and Curbside Dinner for Two + Live Virtual Dining Experience for $89. Email Lami@reata.net or call 817.336.1009 to pre-order.

Pick up for both dinners occur between 4-6 p.m. on their respective days. Login details for the virtual dinner will be provided at time of pick up.

Taco Heads 

You’ll find both Bloody Mary and margarita kits here, which includes fancy Halo de Santo salt, that serve five for $45. There’s also a Taco Party Pack that includes your choice of six kinds of breakfast tacos –– your choice of bacon, chorizo, veggies or potato, all with eggs –– and the to-go ‘rita option for $60.

 

Uncle Julio’s

For as long as I can remember, we’ve been celebrating occasions with a swirl at the Camp Bowie location.  You can grab a Margarita To-Go kit for $40, which includes tequila and two quarts of the sweet-and-sour margarita mix, along with salt and lime. Pair that with bake-and-serve enchiladas or a fajita pack for one, two or four. The chicken fajitas also include the yummy Mexican butter on top. Bottled Mexican beers will run you $2 each with the purchase of food.

 

Velvet Taco

Order up Mexican beer for $5 per 16-ounce can with food purchase or mix-and-match a six-pack of 16-ouncers for $15.  The rest of the Velvet menu is mostly intact, with tacos sold by the each with prices hovering between $4 and $6. There are all kinds of exotic add-ons, like a new queso blanco and new a red curry coconut queso with Thai basil and pickled onions. Velvet Taco also has a donation option for diners to purchase a meal for a health care worker in increments of $5, $10, $20 and $50.

 

@CookDrankEat

Join personal chef and Instagram foodie star Scotty Scott for a virtual cooking lesson on Tuesday, May 5, at 5:30 p.m. Chef will be whipping up his take on Coconut Shrimp Tacos (and margaritas) all the while encouraging viewers and fans to donate to the Tarrant Area Food Bank to help food-needy families. Make the tacos alongside Scotty when you snag the ingredients for his Instagram post.