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Locura Cinco de Mayo

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No cover charge, just come on in. On Sunday 5 May, Locura will play on its Latin American vibe and host what they call ‘the ultimate’ Cinco de Mayo Sunday session. Expect a taco bar, a chicken-wing bar, Mexican-inspired cocktail specials, including Cinco de Mayo frozen margaritas, and live music – all from 5pm until late.

Menu specials will include shredded achiote pork, burnt pineapple & tomatillo tacos, adobo spiced chicken wings with lime & hot sauce, grilled corn, herb stalk & green chilli oil, and more. Items can be ordered individually or as a entire feast for $55pp.

And they promise that there will be plenty of tequila to go around!

Locura: 6 Lawson Street, Byron Bay


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