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June Food events in Oklahoma

June Food events in Oklahoma
Published: June 6, 2012


Dining for Dads

The Melting Pot, 4 E Sheridan Ave. in Bricktown, is offering an all-you-can-eat Father's Day dining experience the week leading up to Father's Day.

Starting Sunday, The Melting Pot will offer The Father's Day Endless Fondue special menu, which includes choice of cheese fondue and salad; a meat-lovers entree with teriyaki sirloin, filet mignon, chicken and barbecue pork, served with red bliss potatoes, broccoli florets and white mushroom caps; and Caramel Nut Milk Chocolate Fondue.

Cost is $45 per adult and $25 for ages 7 to 12, plus tax and gratuity. Children under 6 eat free. The regular menu will still be available.

Wine tasting to be fundraiser

Local residents can get “A Taste of Culture” and support funding for YMCA international partnerships at the Y's international wine tasting festival at Cafe do Brasil from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday.

The fundraising event will feature live entertainment, a silent auction, wines from around the world and food from local restaurants, including Cafe do Brasil, Bossa Nova, Stella Modern Italian Cuisine, 1492 New World Latin Cuisine, James E. McNellie's Irish Pub, Kaiser's American Bistro, Pachinko Parlor and Sugar Loaf Event Center.

Tickets to A Taste of Culture are $50 in advance and $65 at the door. Funds will support the local Y's partnerships with YMCAs in Brazil, the Czech Republic, Chile, Mexico and the Sioux Indian Tribe. For tickets, call 297-7710 or go online to

Taste of Bixby features food, music

The Metro Chamber of Commerce will hold the annual Taste of Bixby from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday.

The event features food from Bixby's best restaurants plus live music and entertainment at SpiritBank Event Center, S Memorial Drive and E 105th Street.

Cost is $17. For more information, go to

Ice cream festival scheduled

The Chandler Ice Cream Festival is Saturday in Tilghman Park, 1113 National Drive. Activities include free ice cream provided by Hiland Dairy and entertainment for adults and children from noon to 5 p.m. Enter the homemade ice cream competition, or sample the tasty results. For more information, call 258-0673.

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