Win a Pair of Tickets to Riverwalk Burger Battle

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National burger month might be coming to an end, but we highly doubt you got your fill of meaty deliciousness.

In any case, it's not over 'til it's over, and June has not come yet.

Riverwalk's Burger Battle is still on its way to town. Consider it the grand finale to the monthlong burger eating event. And we know how you can win a pair of tickets to the ultimate crowning glory to National burger month.

See Also:

- Ten Best Burger in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

- How to Grill the Perfect Burger With Executive Chef Jim Leiken of Cafe Boulud

Presented by Publix Apron's Cooking School, Riverwalk's 4th Annual Burger Battle is taking over Huizenga Park on Friday, May 31.

Running from 7 to 10 pm, 20 of the areas top restaurants will be battling head to head in front of more than 1,000 guests to win the title of best burger--among other accolades.

Attendees get to sample from more than 16 different burger options. Three drink tickets are included with options ranging from beer and wine to Jack Daniels.

General Admission tickets are $40 in advance, but we're giving away a pair of tickets through Voice Promotions. Click here for your chance to win.

For more information on Riverwalk's Burger Battle visit goriverwalk.com.

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