Later Monday night, he hosted two events at the Will Rogers Theatre complex. In The Tasting Room, 40 guests paid $500 each for an intimate dinner party that included a cooking demonstration, a signed copy of Bayless' book “Frontera Margarita, Guacamoles and Snacks” and a five-course dinner. Another 240 guests paid $60 for a family-style dinner by Bayless served family style in the Will Rogers Theatre auditorium.
OK Chefs Relief has now raised about a $125,000 in three days of service, including five pop-up concepts.
Bayless' mother, Levita Anderson, and his sister, LuAnn Tucker, still live in Oklahoma City. His brother, Skip Bayless, is a host on ESPN's “First Take.”