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Cinco de Mayo shares its menu with a longstanding sister restaurant, but the food is often underseasoned

The Gonzalez family has taken the food served at Guillermo's Double L Restaurant for six decades to a second location on Fort Lowell Road. Cinco de Mayo Mexican Restaurant and Seafood may have a different name, but it might as well be…

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