Bring the fiesta indoors with cocktail kits, taco packs, and more!

Cinco de Mayo traditions like parties and parades may be off the table this year, but that doesn't mean you can't celebrate! These Maryland restaurants are bringing the festivities to you with delicious deals obtainable through takeout and delivery. Now let's bring on the tequila and tacos!

Rico's Tacos | Laurel

It wouldn't be Taco Tuesday without ridiculously cheap tacos at Rico's! Enjoy authentic Mexican street tacos for $1.50 each with your choice of chicken or beef. Carryout and pick-up options are available, as well as delivery for orders over $50. Find out more here!

El Agave | Catonsville

All. Day. Tacos. Enjoy tacos for $2.50 a pop or spring for the $8.99 taco platter. Seafood isn't included, but customers can choose from a variety of meats like chorizo, brisket, and al pastor. Order through carryout, curbside pickup, and delivery ($15 minimum). They're also offering 15 percent off online carryout orders. Check them out here!


Clavel Mezcaleria

Clavel Mezcaleria | Baltimore

Normally this Remington establishment would have the tequila flowing, but this year they're bringing the fiesta straight to you! Host your own bash with their special menu of tamales and frozen empanadas you can fry fresh in your kitchen. You can even play bartender with their pre-assembled michelada kits—drinks are on the house! You can find out more here.

Chapala Restaurant | Burtonsville

A Tex-Mex staple since 1996, Chapala offers hearty dishes like enchiladas, tacos, and burritos at reasonable prices. Get your fix with their Taco 10-pack for just $17.99, or load up on their Enchilada 10-pack for $21.99! Order through delivery and curbside pickup. Save $10 on a $50+ purchase if you order carryout. Get the details on their Facebook page.

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Broadneck Grill

Broadneck Grill | Annapolis & Edgewater

Cinco de Mayo is all about the tacos, and Broadneck Grill will let you go big with their Taco Kits for 4. Priced at $39.99, they come with your choice of meat and all the fixings—lettuce, cheese, pico de gallo—making for the perfect at-home taco bar. Margaritas and sangrias are sold to-go in varying sizes (12, 32, and 64 ounces) along with cans of Don Equis and $5 orange crushes. Check out their Facebook page for more info!

Tampico Grill | Laurel

If you're craving Tex-Mex cuisine, you can't beat Tampico Grill. For your Cinco de Mayo shin-dig, pick up their fajita specials starting at $16 and alcohol to-go like beer, wine, and their classic margarita (16 ounces for $6). Order over the phone, or receive 15 precent off when ordering online. Get the details here!


Papi's Tacos Hampden

Papi's Tacos | Baltimore

Of all the specials, Papi's Tacos has us shook. Their Hampden location is holding a raffle—orders placed between May 1 and May 5 come with a raffle ticket, and winners will be revealed at the restaurant's virtual Cinco de Mayo party. The prizes include booze-filled Yeti coolers and a $50 gift card! You can order through carryout and delivery, but be warned that tickets aren't included in orders using third-party apps. Check it out here!

**All photos courtesy of Facebook

How are you celebrating Cinco de Mayo? Will you be ordering takeout or cooking at home? Share your plans with us in the comments!