“I’m tired of missing out on cool food events,” is something I imagine some of you are saying sometimes. Or maybe not. I know I hate missing out on cool stuff, so I guess this is mostly for me. You can use it, too, if you want.
For 30 years, El Reno has been celebrating its most famous son: the fried onion burger. And now you can join in the fun with musical acts starting Friday at 5:30 p.m. For the more food-focused events, you’ll want to be on Main Street starting at 10 a.m. Saturday. They’ll be cooking “The Big One” — an 850 lb. fried onion burger cooked in the town square. Visit www.elrenoburgerday.com for tickets.
This musical celebration includes plenty of beer and food from local restaurants. From 7-11 p.m. Friday at the Aubrey McClendon Whitewater Center in OKC's Boathouse District, Broadway & Brew raises money for Lyric Theatre with beer and liquor from Anthem, Vanessa House, Iron Monk, Black Mesa, Prairie Wolf and more, plus food from Pub W, Yokozuna, Yuzo, Stone Sisters Pizza and others. Tickets are $85 each at broadwayandbrew.com
It’s Cinco de Mayo, which is...not actually as big a deal in Mexico as it is here. In Mexico, it’s a historical celebration. In America, we treat it like Mexican St. Patrick’s Day. And there are a lot of options in Oklahoma City.
The Yard’s party runs from 11 a.m.-2 a.m. There’s a big stage, live music, tacos from Cultivar and corn dogs from Mighty Corn Dog. There will be a semi on site so they won't run out of beer, shots or margaritas.
Iguana’s Cinco celebration is noon-1 a.m. at the restaurant, both inside and out. The parking lot will be filled with six tents with outdoor seating, four satellite bars pouring margaritas, shots and beer, an extra-large food tent, cranking out hundreds of handmade tortillas for three kinds of tacos, plus nachos and more, a DJ stage featuring the Carte Blanche DJ crew and a photo booth to capture precious memories because after all that tequila YOU sure as hell aren't going to remember anything.
Midtown gets in on the Cinco fun at 1492 New World Latin Cuisine from 4-10:30 p.m. with happy hour prices all day long, OKC's first taste of "La Gitana" a special craft cerveza brewed with mint & lime by Twisted Spike Brewing Company, $10 glassware memorabilia comes with 2 free drink tickets and 1492 "swag" giveaways all day.
Stonecloud Brewing hosts Beer Yoga with This Land Yoga from 11 a.m.-noon. Selected beers or beermosas will be offered to be enjoyed during class. $10 gets you yoga and a beer or beermosa. Participants must be 21+ years of age and please bring your own yoga mat.
Join Chef Alain Buthion at La Baguette Bistro from 6:30-9:30 p.m. for the May Wine Dinner. Cocktails start at 6:30 p.m. and dinner is served at 7 p.m. Reservations are required. $45 gets you three courses and three wines. RSVP today at (405) 840-3047
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