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Published:May 5th, 2009 09:46 EST
Jewish Leaders Having Fun on  Cinco de Mayo

Jewish Leaders Having Fun on Cinco de Mayo

By SOP newswire2

 

Thousands of Commuters across Grand Central will  join Cinco de Mayo Celebration in Dance
 
Rabbi P. Winnig and other Jewish leaders from the tri-state area will join Ambassador Rubén Beltrán of Mexico in a Cinco de Mayo celebration introducing  New York`s first kosher tequila. The ceremony will take place Tuesday May 5, 2009 - 11:00am at 1214 Vanderbilt Avenue in Manhattan. Religious jews in New York City will be allowed for the first time to drink tequila.  Mariachi Bands will accompany traditional Mexican dancers at Tequilaville(across the street from Grand Central Station)  which hosts one of the largest celebrations in the region. Over 100,000 Fajitas, tacos quesadillas and other Mexican meals will be served throughout the day. The national Dance of Mexico, ``jarabe tapatio`` the famous Mexican hat dance will be performed outside  bringing thousands of commuters from  Grand Central Station into the Cinco De Mayo festivities. Kosher Tequila Agave 99 will be arriving in the United States for the first time. The restaurant will be handing out free pastrami burritos in honor of the first kosher tequila to be served in the City of New York.
 
When:CINCO DE MAYO Tuesday May 5, 2009 - 11:00am
 
Where: Tequilaville 1214 Vanderbilt Avenue (Across from Grand Central Station in Manhattan.)
 
Great Visuals: Mariachi Band, Mexican Dancing, One of the Largest Celebrations in the City of New York with over 100,000 meals being served with free pastrami burrito samples being handed out.