Kathy Beazley
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Get ready to shake your maracas and join the ultimate Cinco de Mayo celebration at Blue Goose Cantina, complete with a day filled with delicious drinks, lively entertainment, and irresistible Mexican cuisine. The Sunday, May 5th fiesta will take place at all seven Blue Goose Cantina locations in Frisco, Plano, Highland Village, McKinney, Grapevine, Fort Worth, and Grand Prairie.

To mark the occasion, sip on Blue Goose’s signature Bloody Marias or enjoy refreshing frozen and on-the-rocks house margaritas and mimosas for just $5 all day long. In addition to delectable drinks, indulge your taste buds with Blue Goose's famous fajitas, top shelf queso, homemade tortillas, enchiladas, tacos, and more. And for the little ones – and the young at heart – all locations will feature paletero carts offering fruity popsicles for the kids and boozy popsicles for the adults, adding an extra touch of sweetness to the festivities. Blue Goose Cantina even puts a spin – literally – on the holiday with blender bikes at the McKinney, Grand Prairie, Frisco, and Fort Worth locations. Margarita lovers who want to keep in shape while having fun will be able to pedal their way to making a great Goose margarita and then quench their thirst afterwards. Whether you're craving savory, spicy or sweet, Blue Goose’s menu has something to satisfy every craving.

But that's not all – prepare to unleash your inner piñata master as Blue Goose Cantina hosts piñata smashing sessions at all seven locations! Swing for sweet victory as custom-made piñatas burst with candy, gum, and even gift cards. Piñata sessions will be held at 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM, and 6:00 PM, ensuring plenty of chances to join in on the fun.

Experience the vibrant sounds of Cinco de Mayo with live mariachi bands performing at Blue Goose locations throughout the day. From Grapevine to Grand Prairie, immerse yourself in the rhythmic melodies of mariachi music while savoring mouthwatering Mexican fare. Mariachi bands will be playing at the Grapevine restaurant during 12:30 - 1:30 PM and 5:30 – 8:30 PM, and at Frisco from 12:00 – 2:00 PM and 4:30 – 6:30 PM. Mariachis will be at Highland Village from 2:00 – 6:00 PM while Grand Prairie will have bands at 12:00 – 3:00 PM. Mariachis will also be at the Fort Worth location from 12:00 – 3:00 PM, at McKinney  from 1:00 – 3:00 PM, and at the Plano restaurant from 2:00 – 6:00 PM.

Established in 1984, Blue Goose Cantina brings together fantastic made-from-scratch Mexican food, legendary cocktails, top-notch service, a fun atmosphere, and a kick-ass attitude. A division of Peterson Management Group, a family-owned and operated restaurant management company, For more information, including menu and locations, visit Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest news and promotions. #bluegoosecantina


Peterson Management Group is a family-owned and operated restaurant management company with 12 restaurants located across North Texas. Founded by Bob Peterson and Scott Holyfield, two guys with larger-than-life personalities, it all started in 1983 with eclectic seafood shack restaurants, Aw Shucks and Big Shucks Oyster Bar. They are the best places in North Texas to get raw oysters, shrimp, catfish, crab legs, po'boy boy sandwiches, a nice cold beer, and  tasty crawfish when in season. In addition to Aw Shucks and Big Shucks, Peterson Management Group opened Blue Goose Cantina in 1984, where fantastic made-from-scratch Mexican food, legendary cocktails, top-notch service, a fun atmosphere and a kick-ass attitude come together. The restaurant chain has repeatedly been voted the best in North Texas for its winning combination of food, fun, and signature margaritas. Today, Nick Peterson, son of Bob, leads the family business, serving as its CEO. For more information, visit

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