Who Has the Best Chips and Salsa?

The 3rd annual Salsa de Mayo will be Sunday, May 22 at the UMAC.

By: Sara Hadaway | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: May 2016

Salsa de Mayo’s burrito eating contest is certain to entertain the crowd of chips and salsa lovers.

Salsa de Mayo’s burrito eating contest is certain to entertain the crowd of chips and salsa lovers.

Ever wonder which Tulsa restaurant has the best chips and salsa? Come find out out, and support foster care in Tulsa at the same time! The third annual Salsa de Mayo is coming back to Tulsa on Sunday, May 22 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the UMAC, 6836 S. Mingo Rd. in Tulsa. The event will determine which restaurant has the best chips and salsa in town.
Roughly 20 restaurants will battle it out during a taste testing event in the Salsa Arena, with approximately 2,500 Tulsans being the judge. The winning restaurant will not only receive bragging rights, but also an award to display that they do indeed have the people’s choice for best chips and salsa in Tulsa for 2016. A few restaurants will also showcase a sampling of their signature dishes in the Tasting Room.
Participants to date include: Abuelo’s, Chuy’s, Monterey’s, Chimi’s, Bravos Mexican Grill Calaveras, Los Cabos, Taco Bueno, El Guapo, Freebirds!, Ted’s Café Escondido, Tacos El Pollo, La Mansion, Elote, Santa Fe Cattle Co, El Sombrero and El Super Taco.
While taste testing is a main attraction, this afternoon of family entertainment comes complete with piñatas, live music, salsa dance lessons, inflatables, face painting, a burrito eating contest and more. Salsa is a fundraising event benefiting TFI Family Connections.
Admission is only $5 per person, and children under age 5 are free. Tickets to the Tasting Room are $40 and include admission to the Salsa Arena. These can be purchased online.
TFI Family Connections, LLC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to the strength of family that provides experience, compassion and quality child welfare and community-based services to children and families in Oklahoma. As a partner with DHS, TFI helps support families throughout the foster care approval process, during placement and care of children in their homes, and helps provide an understanding of the child welfare system. TFI is licensed by the State of Oklahoma Department of Human Services as a Child Placing Agency. TFI is also credited by Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children, Inc. To learn more, please visit  
www.tfifamilyconnections.org or call 866-543-9810.

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