While Cinco de Mayo would usually mean colorful parades, a copious amount of drinking, and enjoying the fresh spring time air with your buddies, May 5th is unfortunately going to have to be celebrated indoors for a majority of Americans. Luckily, Mexican restaurants everywhere are determined to celebrate the day of Mexican independence regardless of quarantine. Across the country, restaurants both big and small are offering amazing deals to keep the party rolling. Here are some of the best deals you're gonna get tomorrow.

Taco Bell

Taco Bell "At Home Taco Bar"

The fast food chain has just launched its new At Home Taco Bar campaign in an effort to satisfying your Locos Tacos addiction, and on Cinco de Mayo they're upping the ante. For tomorrow only, their best offer serves six people and includes 8 flour tortillas, 12 Crunchy Taco shells, and 6 oz. of nacho chips. But what would tacos be without toppings? The order additionally includes a toppings bar with shredded lettuce, refried beans, nacho cheese sauce, cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, sour cream and their signature Hot Sauce packets. While they can't legally deliver liquor to your door, Taco Bell's "Taco Bar" also offers a series of recipe cards that provide instructions on how to make trendy cocktails. At only $25, this is the best bang for your buck if you're strapped for cash.

Chipotle

Chipotle Obama

The other Mexican fast food chain has another amazing deal for those strapped for cash. With the purchase of any entree on May 5, the insanely popular chain will include a free Queso Blanco dish, with free delivery to boot.

Bartaco

Bartaco

The Mexican restaurant is having an "all-day virtual cinco celebration" tomorrow on Instagram. The 24-hour-fiesta will offer a slew of fun activities from cooking demonstrations to a live online yoga class and DJ set. The popular also promises "special surprises along the way."

Price Chopper

Price Chopper

The grocery chain is doing a slew of amazing discounts on Cinco de Mayo goods in honor of the beloved holiday. The deals include a $15 chicken meal for four, among other amazing discounts.

Bahama Breeze Island Grille

Bahama Breeze

Bahama Breeze is set to host a Cinco de Mayo Happy Hour Facebook Live event at 5 PM tomorrow. The special event will feature live music from Patrick Simpson, and song requests will be granted to those who chime in. Additionally, customers will be offered a "Happy Hour Bundle" of drinks and a 15% discount order on food and non-alcoholic drinks through the end of May 17.

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