Cinco de Mayo, a celebration ideal for offering items with low food cost, such as nachos and high-margin drinks like Margaritas, falls on a Sunday this year — not usually an ideal day for merrymaking. Celebrations are further complicated by the Kentucky Derby, which is run the day before, on May 4. RELATED • Top chefs identify 10 culinary trends • Fast-casual restaurants showcase craft beers • More restaurant industry menu news However, restaurants ...
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