Things To Do

Malicious But Delicious

Date/Time

Jul 25, 2019
07:00 PM

Description

Would you eat an invasive species? You can! The Nature Conservancy has challenged local chefs and restaurants to make you delicious dishes from invasive and native species as they compete for the coveted title, "Nature Chef." 

Invasive species such as zebra mussels, eastern red cedar, and feral swine threaten Oklahoma’s native plants and animals.*

Enjoy “Malicious But Delicious” creations from the culinary artistry of:

  • Roosevelt’s Gastropub featuring Chef Preston Stevens
  • Five Oaks Lodge featuring Randy and Claudia Imel
  • Vista at the Boathouse featuring Chef Alfredo Zuniga
  • Justin Thompson Catering featuring Chef Justin Thompson and Chef Roque Heidler
  • Prospect Local Bar & Kitchen featuring Chef Kevin Kihle
  • Copper Restaurant & Bar featuring Chef Albert "Nook" Ducre
  • Counter Culture Gourmet featuring Chef Tiffany Taylor
  • Heirloom Rustic Ales featuring Brewer Jake Miller

Help us eradicate them... by devouring them!

Not only will your tastebuds be entertained, but your ears will too! John Fullbright, Oklahoma native and two-time Grammy nominated musician will perform live during your tasty adventures at Malicious But Delicious.

Get your tickets now to try these one-time only dishes! Tickets include food and beverage for the evening! 

Come enjoy food, drinks, music, and more while supporting conservation in Oklahoma!

*Some ingredients will be substituted for safer, tastier options. 

Cost

125.00

Location

View map The Mansion at Woodward Park
2435 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK

Additional Information

Sponsor

The Nature Conservancy of Oklahom

Phone

405-445-5518

Contact name

Larissa Balzer

Contact email

larissa.balzer@tnc.org

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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