Win a Pair of Tickets to Sold-Out BaconFest Florida UPDATED
Now that Valentine's Day has come and gone, don't think romance has gone out the window for the next 364 days of the year.
Clean Plate Charlie invites you to fall in love all over again...with bacon!
We're talking BaconFest Florida, the porkiest, meatiest....baconiest...event to come to south Florida.
On Saturday, February 23 at 6 p.m. celebrate your love of bacon at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek where two dozen of your favorite restaurants will provide you with fantastic food all made with one key ingredient (you guessed it) -- bacon!
Tickets to this event are $25 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster (the event is open to people 21 and over, only) The event is sold out, but we have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky reader.
go to our Facebook page and "like" us, then tell us your absolute
favorite way to eat bacon. Does topping a burger put you in piggy
heaven? Do you love the sweet and salty combo in a piece of chocolate
covered bacon? Or are you a purist? We want to know! We'll pick one
person randomly on Monday, February 18 and announce the winner.
the meantime, click here for a complete list of all restaurants and the
bacony goodness they'll be presenting -- to get your mouth watering.
UPDATED: We have just learned that BaconFest is completely sold out! That means these tickets might be your last and best shot at going to this festival of awesomeness. Enter now!
UPDATED: Congrats to Blair Bach who won the tickets to BaconFest!
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