Buenos Dias amigos. Now I know what you’re thinking today, so here’s your Hamptons round up on what to do/where to go on Cinco De Mayo.
Yappy Hour At Foody’s in Water Mill from 3:30pm – 6pm is going to be freaking hilarious. Yes, you bring your dog, and yes, they put sombrero’s on their heads. Foody‘s is throwing their first “Yappy Hour” of the season on Saturday. There will be margaritas and dog bones and a lot of dog owners drinking.
Navy Beach in Montauk is open, and they are going to be celebrating Cinco De Mayo at their restaurant on the beach. With Corona and Margarita specials, you’ll be screaming, FIESTA! The specials are 3 fish tacos with pico de gallo and lime crema with a Corona for $15, or with a Margarita for $20. For information call 631-668-6868.
La Superica, Sag Harbor, nobody owns Cinco De Mayo more in Sag Harbor then this place. Get a frozen margarita and enjoy the Cindo de Mayo party here all day and night long. I hate to admit it, but this is the place to be for this. 1 Main St, Sag Harbor, (631) 725-3388.
Blue Parrot, East Hampton, is a Mexican restaurant owned by a bunch of rich Hamptonites that do everything possible to make it seem like it is not owned by them. It’s a great place for salted margaritas on the rocks, the bartenders are cool and in East Hampton, this is the place to be for Cinco de Mayo. Ole! (631) 329-2583
Duck Walk Vineyards in Water Mill is celebrating Cinco De Mayo with wine and tapas and live music! 631-726-7555.
75 Main in Southampton, owned by Zach Erdem, is having a Cinco De Mayo Party with five dollar house drinks till midnight and five dollar beers all night. They know how to party there. Great spot. 631-283-7575.