Still don't have concrete plans for this upcoming weekend? Don't worry, I got you covered. Or, well, this super cool brunch train out of Massachusetts does, at least. This is so amazing. Okay, ready?  It's literally a one-day event where you board a train and get after it for Cinco De Mayo. It's something different other than slinging back shots at 10am at your local bar, and I'm here for it. Forget a designated driver. You now have a designated conductor.

It's out of the Cape Cod Central Railroad in Hyannis, Massachusetts, which is where you board the event until you travel through West Barnstable and Sandwich. From everything I've seen on the railroad's website, it sounds like there's tons of custom drinks and goodies that will help you get into the Cinco spirit with your buds. We love spirits and buds. Here's some quick details you can find up on their site.

Where: Hyannis
Time: 11:30 am
When: May 5, 2024
Duration: 2.5 hours

I've never heard of something as unique as this little activity, which makes sense. The website says this is the first event of its kind, and the tickets are selling fast! Click here to get ahead of the rush and get your own tickets. I got you.

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Portland, Maine, loves to celebrate this holiday, but there's really only a couple Mexican-style bars in the Old Port that give you that guacamole feeling on the 5th, if you know what I mean. Okay, do I even know what I meant there? Anyways, a brunch train sounds absolutely hilarious, so I wanted to fill you in before it was too late.

Feel free to drop in the comments with some good Mexican recommendations! Below are some of the highest-rated Mexican restaurants you should check out, too.

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