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Sick of your usual weekend haunts? We've got the cure for day-off boredom.
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- Davis Square taqueria The Painted Burro (219 Elm Street) is revving up its weekend brunch service for Cinco de Mayo, encouraging guests to sport their favorite sombrero in exchange for a complimentary iced coffee
- Nomad (1741 Massachusetts Avenue, Porter Square) may be off the beaten path, but it's a small journey compared to that the boutique's globally-sourced collection of artisan work from Mexico, India, and Africa. Ever
- Finally, finish up your day at Taza Chocolate's third annual block party. Known for authentic Mexican stone ground chocolate, revelers are invited to hang outside its 561 Windsor Street factory in Union Square f
Cinco de Mayo is the general theme this weekend. Tomorrow, take a three-stop tour through Davis, Porter, and Union squares to celebrate the Mexican heritage. Prepare for a day filled with a festive sombrero brunch, shopping for Mexican folk art, and block-partying with popular chocolate-maker, Taza.
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