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Foodie fun is constantly attacking Oklahoma, like an edible kaiju. So hop in your jager and get ready for the next battle with Eat This Calendar. As always, you can stay current with upcoming events on our events page right here.


The Ocho: Live from The Brewers Union Learning Annex

If you can dodge a wrench, you can drink a beer! (21+ only, duh.) Metro area beer-loving athletes are coming together for a night of drinking, dining, ducking, diving and dodging from 4-8 p.m. at The Brewers Union (520 N. Meridian Ave.). They’ll also be releasing a stout brewed with cinnamon, ancho chili and cacao nibs. Maria's Food Truck will sell Guatemalan and Venezuelan dishes, as well.


Uptown Uncorked 2018

Lots of factors converged to make the Uptown 23rd District such a fun and friendly place over the last decade, but one of the big ones is community support. Be a part of that support at Uptown Uncorked — a wine/beer/food/music/auction/what-have-you event held 6-10 p.m. at the Tower Theatre (425 NW 23rd St.). Tickets are $50 for general admission or $75 for VIP (meaning you get in early and leave with a cool swag bag) available here.


Prost Y'All Crawl Wrap Party

Celebrate the second anniversary of Rahr & Sons coming to Oklahoma with a pub crawl through OKC. Hit up Tapwerks, McNellie's Midtown, The Patriarch, Guyutes, Skinny Slim's, The Root, Anchor Down, El Toro Chino, The Abner Alehouse, Gizmos and Empire Slice House for stamps on your card and then come to Oak & Ore (1732 NW 16th St.) from 6-10 p.m. to turn them in for fun/prizes.



Third Annual SixTwelve Cake Walk Bake Off

If you don’t know about SixTwelve, you’re missing out. It’s this super-cool building where they have classes for the community and they hosts artists and there’s a community garden and they teach kids and JUST SO MUCH STUFF. One of their fundraiser is the Cake Walk Bake Off, which is raising funds for a community kitchen.

Rules of the bake-off portion of the event are here.

The Cake Walk is from 1-3 p.m. at SixTwelve (612 NW 29th St.) and is, as you might imagine, open to all. $2 buys you a shot at a kind of musical chairs game with the prize being a cake!



It’s Easter! Did you make a reservation? No? Then you’re screwed. Are you reading this in advance? THEN START TRYING TO MAKE A RESERVATION NOW. Or just eat at home. It’s allowed.


Highland Scotch Tour: Glenmorangie Dinner

Scotch and food go together like scotch and almost anything. Scotch is pretty good. Ludivine (805 N. Hudson Ave.) is hosting a four-course dinner with Glenmorangie Scotch pairings from 6:30-9 p.m.

You’ll laugh, you’ll learn, you’ll love and each guest will receive a complimentary bottle of 10-year Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Guests will also get the number for Ludivine’s Whisky Phone, which allows them to call ahead so whisky orders are decanted for their arrival. That’s baller, y’all.

Tickets are $120 and are available here. If you want the dinner without the drinking, call (405) 778-6800.


Molly At The Fry....with Diamonds

Get this on your calendar now: the elusive RastaMolly tamale extravaganza will be at Drunken Fry (5100 Classen Cir.) from 8-11 p.m. on April 5.


About the Author

Founder and Eater-in-Chief of I Ate Oklahoma, Greg Elwell has been reviewing restaurants and writing about Oklahoma’s food culture for more than a decade. Where a normal person orders one meal, this guy gets three. He is almost certainly going to die young and those who love him most are fairly ambivalent about it. You can email Greg at greg@iateoklahoma.com.