Last Chance: Looking For A Few Good Burgers

BurgerBattlelogo.jpgThink your restaurant has a seriously killer burger? Are you willing to try and prove that by going up against some of the most notorious burger-slingers in the biz? Then man, do we have some news for you.

Registration is now open for the Battle Of The Burger, which will pit 25 burgers from 25 different restaurants against each other in head-to-head competition during a public judging at the Piazza.

Here’s how the process works…




Step 1: Get over to the Battle of the Burger registration site and sign up your restaurant. You only have until May 30th (today) to register so, you know, go NOW.

Step 2: Once all the restaurants have been entered, all the names will go up online. And you get to campaign, bribe, beg or just sit on your hands while the people of Philadelphia vote to decide which 25 restaurants they want to see in the final competition.

Step 3: Those 25 top vote-getter will cook their burger live on September 10th at the Piazza. And the people will eat them. And then the people will vote again on their favorite until one is crowned the King of all the Burgers.

But September is a long way off yet, and there's things that have to happen between now and then. So get on over to the registration site and sign up your restaurant now.

Battle Of The Burger Registration [Official]

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  • Brandon G

    and this is different from the burger brawl how?

    • http://philadelphia.foobooz.com/ Art from Foobooz

      Battle of the Burger started as an event with our sister publication, Boston Magazine. The event went so well, that the sponsor, Amstel Light wanted to expand it to other cities. So the event has now come down to Philadelphia.

    • john

      this one probably doesn’t benefit public education.