It is time for Cinco De Mayo! As if this place was not good already – they're going to throw a party and shut down the street in Buffalo to do so. Deep South Taco is throwing a party today on Wednesday, May 5, Buffalo will be shut down on Ellicott Street from Broadway to Mohawk. The Buffalo Police have said that all of the streets will reopen at 2am on Thursday 5/6.

The party will be all day and night long starting at NOON. It will cost you 10 dollars to get in, but you can party with your group inside, on the street or even on the roof top of Deep South Taco.

Music will be happening from the moment it starts and the last bands will go on about "6ish and 8ish" according to their Facebook page!

There will be specials and a specific Cinco de Mayo menu along with drinks specials.

Some of the proceeds from the event will go to our friends at Roswell Park and Courage for Carly Fund!

If you need directions, you can check out all of the info and map below.

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