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Baseball, Movies, America, This Memorial Day Weekend May 22-26

It doesn't get any more American than beer, ice cream, and a man’s best friend.

New hours for the bar at Spoon and Stable
New hours for the bar at Spoon and Stable
Katie Cannon

Friday, May 22nd

Surly takes food and beer pairings to a new height

The much-anticipated opening of Surly’s Brewer’s Table is slated for Friday. Located upstairs at Minneapolis’ brewery mecca, Brewer’s Table takes food and beer pairing to the next level. Executive Chef Jorge Guzman and his team have created what Surly is touting as "an elevated and ambitious dining menu" that promised to challenge visitors with "trailblazing pairings." Unpredictable and innovative dishes like a black tea egg with hazelnuts and black garlic puree are perfectly executed in a comfortable, unpretentious setting.

Saturday, May 23rd

Pints and Pups

Boom Island Brewing will play host to a pup-friendly event, showcasing local dog adoption and fostering agencies such as Save A Bull and Secondhand Hounds. Proceeds from Bean Bag tournaments will go to the doggies, while beers will be awarded to humans, win win! Local food truck favorite Nate Dogs (get it…dogs…) will be on hand.

Sunday, May 24th

Science doesn't get any sweeter

Sweet Science Ice Cream will be dishing out free, yes, free, samples of unique flavor combinations like Rhubarb Cinnamon Almond at Urban Growler from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. You can also purchase a pint or twelve to take home.

Play ball!

As a part of CHS Stadium’s grand opening weekend, Sunday’s game will be followed by a monster food truck rally on the field with vendors like Tiki Tim’s, Taste of Target Field, A Cupcake Social, Fry Mama’s Fry Bread and more. Stay for the post-game fireworks show.

Monday, May 25th

Music, movies and food in the park

The Music & Movies in the Parks series kicks off this Monday with free music from Socaholix and Kevin Bowe & The Okemah Prophets. Food trucks like Rusty Taco, Hot Indian Food and Sweet Dreams Candy will be on hand.

Tuesday, May 26th

More time at the bar, always a good thing

Starting Tuesday through Labor day, the bar at Spoon and Stable will be open at 4 p.m. instead of 5 p.m. in order to serve folks in the area who are lucky enough to have summer work hours. The bar will serve chips snacks and the full menu, plus bar menu, will begin at 5 p.m.

-by Alex Lodner

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