People Head Out to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

By: Charles House II Email
By: Charles House II Email

STAUNTON, Va. (WHSV) -- On Monday, many people headed out to grab some Mexican food and drink to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.

Baja Bean in Staunton was so packed earlier in the night, there was no room for our cameras. We came back a little later, in between the dinner rush and before the music starter, when there was enough room.

Customers were drinking margaritas and taking in a few last-minute burritos.

Jessica Bergh, the drummer of The Judy Chops, the band playing at the restaurant, said that the restaurant typically draws a crowd on the holiday.

"You know, Baja Bean, a Tex-Mex restaurant and all, you know, this is kind of the hot spot to be in Staunton for tonight. So they have wonderful drink special with tequila and Mexican beer so it's a pretty cool spot to be on Cinco de Mayo," said Jessica Bergh.

If you're looking for somewhere to celebrate the holiday, the band will be playing until about 1 a.m.


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