4 Restaurants For Cinco De Mayo In Palm Beach

| May 4, 2021 | Food & Drink

These Palm Beach spots are caliente! Snag a coveted reservation at one of these favorite Mexican restaurants just in time for Cinco de Mayo fiestas.

Viva La Playa

With Viva La Playa, chef Jeremy Hanlon and restaurateurs Lee and Max Lipton bring artisanal Latin American cuisine with Basque influences to Lake Worth Beach. Open for lunch and dinner, as well as Saturday and Sunday brunch, Viva La Playa offers selections that include mojo pork sandwich with cabbage slaw and pickled onion; tail-on yellow snapper with artichokes, baby carrots, salsa verde and brown butter sauce with capers; and grilled cactus with cauliflower puree, crispy hearts of palm and tomatillo vinaigrette, a dish that might sound peculiar to those unaccustomed to legitimate Mexican cuisine, but one that Hanlon insists all diners should try. 10 S. Ocean Blvd., Lake Worth Beach

Coyo Taco

This colorful, casual Mexican eatery atThe Royal Poinciana Plaza, with outdoor seating and award-winning organic fare is sure to be as big of a hit as its Miami locations for a quick bite—a great spot for families. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste. 337A, Palm Beach

Paletas Morelia

These artisanal ice cream pops are a gourmet take on the classic Mexican sweet treat. Sample from flavors like Sicilian pistachio, pineapple-mint and dulce de leche filled with even more gooey dulce de leche for a post-dinner extravagance. 125 Via Naranjas, Boca Raton

Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar

Beyond classic favorites like guacamole, enchiladas, tacos, burritos and more, sample from Rocco’s Taco’s impressive selection of 200 varieties of tequila—straight up, on the rocks or in a jalapeno margarita. Don’t miss on the daily happy hour 4 to 7PM. 224 Clematis St., West Palm Beach

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