The Edmond Sun

March 22, 2013

Limited tickets still available for Chefs’ Feast

Special to The Sun

OKLA. CITY — Limited tickets are still available to “Tune in to Fight Hunger” at the 26th annual Chefs’ Feast this Thursday from 6-9 p.m. at the National Cowboy Heritage & Western Museum. Enjoy culinary creations, which are designed to follow the event’s television theme, from 26 of the metro’s best restaurants. Proceeds from the food and wine tasting event benefit the Regional Food Bank’s Food for Kids childhood hunger programs.

Participating restaurants include: Aunt Pittypat’s Catering, Big Truck Tacos, Cafe 501, Cafe 7, Chef’s Requested Foods, Chef Don Thiery, Cheever’s, Cuppies & Joe, Gages Steak House, Gopuram Taste of India, Kam’s Kookery and Guilford Gardens, McNeal’s Catering, Mutt’s Amazing Hot Dogs, RED Prime Steak, Rehearsals, RePUBlic Gastropub, Rococo, Sara Sara Cupcakes, Southern Nazarene University Dining Services-SODEXO, The Catering Connection, The Coach House and Western Concepts Restaurants, The Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro, The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro, The Museum Cafe, University of Oklahoma, US. Foods and West.

The gourmet food will be complimented by a variety of fine wines and spirits, which are included with the ticket price. The event also features a silent auction, raffle, and wine pull.  Raffle items include: a signed OKC Thunder basketball; an OSU helmet signed by Mike Gundy; a $2,000 B.C. Clark Jewelers gift card; an iPad; Dell Tablet, and more.  In keeping with the event’s TV theme, tickets to the 2013 PrimeTime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles will be part of a silent auction.

Tickets are $120 in advance and Patron Tables, which include reserved seating for 10 and two bottles of fine wine, are available for $1,400. Tickets and Patron Tables are limited and will not be available for purchase the day of the event. Purchase tickets online today by visiting