With all the hullabaloo piñata prancing around Twitter, we at TipTop Technologies are getting our grove on with some TipTop real time search and discovery from this micobloging extravaganza. Here is what unfolded when we used some of TipTop’s upcoming products to find out how folks are celebrating Cinco de Mayo in the Bay Area.
San Francisco’s Cinco de Mayo Festival will be held Saturday, May 2nd in Dolores Park. Tip Top Food helps you decide what dishes are best at some popular Mexican restaurants mentioned in Tweets.
Reviewed and rated items at Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant in the Outer Richmond include Tequila, Margaritas, Salsa, Carne Asada, Burritos, and Steak.
At Puerto Alegre in the Mission District the popular items to enjoy are the Margaritas, Burritos, Chips, Salsa, Steak, Tacos, and Quesadillas.
Tres Agaves in SOMA ranks high for its Tequila, Margaritas, Salsa, Chips, Carnitas, Pork, and Carne Asada.
The #swineflu epidemic on Twitter seems to have influenced Oakland’s decision to move the Cinco de Mayo Festival to the 16the of September. So if you want to get out of the city, the coastal town of Davenport is the place to go on Saturday, May 2nd for their Cinco de Mayo Festival. If you are planning to celebrate with friends and family TipTop found some recipe, dish and menu suggestions tweeted here and there.
The TipTop Team wishes you a great Cinco de Mayo celebration whereever you end up! We also invite you to read about TipTop Technologies product updates on our blog, follow us on Twitter, or join in discussions on our Facebook Fan Page to share some tips how best to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.