Most confused Cinco de Mayo with Mexico's Independence Day which is on September 16. What really happened on May 5, 1862 is the Battle of Puebla – a fight between Mexico and France during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867).
The Mexican army won the battle despite having a smaller army and poor equipment. The Battle of Puebla's first celebration in the US took place in California in the late 1860s and has grown since that date. Over time, Cinco de Mayo has come to represent a celebration of Mexican culture and pride, surpassing any reference to the Battle of Puebla.
So come and celebrate with our specials:
15% off your food bill and get a 100% blue agave Kha Reposado Mini Skull (50 ml) Margarita, HabaRita or Snifter for B350 and KEEP the mini Skull!
Parking available or take the BTS to Ploenchit and walk to the JW Marriott, then walk down Soi 2 for 50 mtrs and we're on the left side across from the Majestic Grand.
Doors open at 11am, last food order 10.30pm, Closing time is Midnight...plus or minus a few hours