The 5th of May :: to Cinco de Mayo or Derby it Up??

The 5th of May this year creates a real predicament – what to celebrate? Two May holidays both fall on May 5th this year and both give us reason to cheers: Cinco de Mayo and The Kentucky Derby.

CINCO DE MAYO

As a margarita & mexican food lover myself, Cinco de Mayo is a holiday I always look forward to. This year Rams Head Roadhouse & Rams Head Shore House will take on the celebration of Mexican heritage and pride with drink and food specials to enjoy.

Rams Head Shore House

$3 Margaritas | $3.50 Corona/Coronoa Lights | $4 Mexican Waters
Plus Food Specials:
Mexico City Steak Burrito, A grilled flour tortilla stuffed with Latin seasoned steak, black beans, rice and cheddar jack cheese. Garnished with fresh pico de gallo, sour cream and salsa. $12.95

Shore Side Tamales, Homemade chicken tamales with mixed vegetables and finished with a spicy red chili sauce and served with a side of Spanish rice. $9.95

Porky Pig Tostadas, Slow roasted seasoned shredded pork served over crisp corn tortilla rounds with refried beans, shredded lettuce, pico de gallo, queso fresco, and spicy salsa verde with a side of Spanish rice. $10.95

Rams Head Roadhouse

Dos Equis Amber draft: $3.50
$5 Diamond Margarita – made with Maestro Dobel Diamond tequila
$3.50 Corona / Corona Lights

KENTUCKY DERBY

This year marks the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby. According to KentuckyDerby.com, “The Kentucky Derby is America’s original, extravagant springtime sports party. While a horse race is at the heart of the spectacle, there are many intriguing aspect of the America’s Race™.” Those aspects include Fashion, Celebrities, Tradition and Cuisine.

Rams Head Taverns (Savage & Annapolis) have taken their own spin on the Derby Celebration each year, asking customers to get out their Derby bests in celebration of the running of the races.

Food:

Naptown Hot Browns
Shrimp Juleps
Big Hat Cat
Pecan Pie

Drink:

$4 Huckleberry Lemonade (Orange Crush & Lynchburg Lemonade)
$5 Makers Mark Mint Juleps

However you choose the spend the day, May 5th 2012 will be filled with celebration across all Rams Head restaurant locations.

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