“Patrick Service can recall his mother making her way back to the kitchen at Las Casuelas Terrazza, mariachi band in tow, and dancing with the staff.

“It’s really cool for the kitchen, because they’re getting kicked,” Service says of the band serenading the staff on one of its busiest days of the year. “There’s just this moment when they’re getting their butts kicked, and the mariachi’s come in and play.”

That’s how they celebrate Cinco de Mayo at the legendary Palm Springs restaurant where four generations of the Delgado family have been serving dishes made from family recipes that first started to be enjoyed by Greater Palm Springs foodies in 1958 with the opening of the original Las Casuelas…”

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