Sure, Napoleon was short, but that wasn't the source of his complex. No, any historian worth the salt rimmed round a margarita glass will tell you it was the defeat of the munchkin's superior French Army at the hands of a ragtag gang of Mexicans that made the little guy so utterly insecure. The historic battle took place on Cinco de Mayo (that's May 5 to you, gringo), and today we celebrate the great military victory by chasing shots of Patrón with lime-splashed Coronas. There are plenty of places to have your brain pickled in tequila on Cinco de Mayo. Mexican spots around the city will be inundated with revelers. La Tapatia (1749 Richmond, 713-521-3144) will be hosting live mariachi bands, and Thirsty Cactus Cantina (2416 Brazos, 713-521-1776) will have tents in the parking lot, where roves of partyers can take in a show by Silver Leaf. Berryhill Baja Grill (702 East 11th, 713-225-2252) is getting in on the fun with live original act Sister Sister playing on the patio next to a free... More >>>