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Happy hour-loving amigos in Palm Beach County mark your calendar for blue agave-drenched libations on National Tequila Day, July 24, 2022. Did you know that tequila dates to 1000 BC? During that time, Indigenous Mexican tribes would grow and ferment agave. As we know it today, tequila will not get produced until the mid-1600s. There are no rules to celebrating National Tequila Day. People should have fun during the holiday but be responsible at the same time. It is essential that safe driving practices are promoted when consuming alcohol, such as Uber.

Here are four day-to-night holiday drinking destinations you can celebrate in Palm Beach County. 

City Cellar in The Square will be presenting its spirited Mezcalita ($13), loaded with Espolon…

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Many Americans view Cinco de Mayo as a day for margaritas and Mexican food. Contrary to popular belief, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico's independence day. Mexico’s independence is celebrated on September 16. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army's unlikely victory over the French forces of Napoleon III on May 5, 1862, at the Battle of Puebla. The very first versions of those May 5 celebrations did not begin in Mexico. They began in the U.S. during the Gold Rush era and the Civil War. The early celebrations were and more about taking a side in a then-ongoing geopolitical conflict and less about food and margaritas.

Since today is Cinco de Mayo  and there are plenty of fiestas in town and most people enjoy a great gathering for any reason.  South…

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