Where to Eat on Cinco De Mayo

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Whether you're in the mood for some spicy pozole, tender tamales or crispy, cheesy quesabirria tacos, these 4 spots will have you covered. 

El Tonayense

Mission District

A traditional taco truck with fresh and affordable street-style tacos with seven different traditional Mexican fillings including offal specialities like tongue, beef head and crispy tripe.


Mission District

Named after the legendary Zapotec princess — Donaji serves up tamales, tacos, and enchiladas influenced by chef and owner Isai Cuevas’s own Oaxacan background. The restaurant features dishes like enchiladas de mole, quesabirria tacos and the owner's mom's pozole recipe. Check them out at 24th and Stockwell Street to get a bite of Oaxacan cuisine.

El Taqueria El Farolito

Mission District

The famous taqueria and late-night restaurant has many different burritos, tacos and quesadillas to choose from. One of the most popular is the boss burrito, full of shrimp, pork, tangy sour cream, guacamole, pico de gallo, rice and your choice of black or pinto beans.

Hook Fish

Sunset District

The neighborhood fish market and seafood shack churns out guacamole, ceviche and grilled fish tacos and burritos. They’re both stuffed with your choice of fish (or extra avocado if vegetarian), black beans, pickled purple cabbage, avocado, rice and a spicy aioli.

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Mission District
Mission District
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