Join the Mattito’s 13th Annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration!

Known for throwing the biggest and baddest Cinco de Mayo fiesta in Dallas, we are continuing the tradition this year at all 5 locations.

What’s the Haps?

  • Live DJ
  • Drink specials 
  • Enjoy BoldTexMex all night
  • Mariachi Michoacán
  • DJ KIDD – The Centrum/Oak Lawn
  • Lunazul Bull Rides – The Centrum/Oak Lawn, Las Colinas, & Frisco Locations

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About Mattito’s: Bold Tex Mex in Dallas, Frisco, Lewisville and Las Colinas

For 25 years and counting, Mattito’s is not only where the locals eat, but where visitors flock. Mattito’s has been named ‘Top Ten Tequila Bars in the United States’ & ‘Dallas Best Sunday Brunch’ & ‘Dallas Best Tex-Mex’

We serve traditional Tex Mex like Fajitas, Enchiladas, Crispy Tacos and Flautas – to Bold Tex Mex like Shrimp Fajitas, Brisket Tacos, Avocado Enchiladas & Chicken Jalapeno Tamales. Our house specialties, made from authentic family recipes, light up your taste buds: Bob Armstrong Dip, Chicken Chile Relleno & Baja Shrimp Wrapped in Bacon, Stuffed with Cheese & Jalapenos.

Featured in Dallas Observer, the Rumba Rita Margaritas are limited 2 per customer for a reason. In addition, Mattito’s offers private party rooms for 20-200, off-site catering, large party delivery, happy hour Monday-Friday, and Sunday Champagne brunch.

When: May 5, 2017

Time: Kicks off at 5pm

Where: Five Texas locations:

  • 3102 Oak Lawn, Dallas (Map It!) 214-526-8181
  • 7778 Forest Lane, Dallas  (Map It!)  214-377-9576
  • 6129 Main Street, Frisco (Map It!)  214-872-3411
  • 1001 MacArthur Park Dr., Las Colinas (Map It!)  214-379-0165
  • 1640 S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville (Map It!) 469-305-7316

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“We are always up for some big fun at Mattito’s and the Cinco de Mattito’s party is free to attend as a gift back to our loyal fans. We have set a new attendance record every year,” says Director of Enchiladas, Jim Lannom…

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…noting more than 4,500 people attend Mattito’s Cinco de Mayo parties each year.  “Cinco de Mayo is our busiest day of the year and we welcome everyone to our celebration of Mexican heritage, food, music and dance.”