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Win a pair of tickets to Bite Night

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Which lucky friend will get to go with you, if you won a pair of tickets to #BiteNight?

Show us who!

 

How to win:

1. Click 'Going' on the Facebook event page

2. Tag a friend in the comment area

That's it, it's that easy!

CONTEST WILL END WED, JUNE 18 AT MIDNIGHT!

$40 ALL-INCLUSIVE tix on sale here (yes, drinks are included!)
$50 at the door
21+  *Cocktail Attire*

You cannot miss the city's most delicious night! Sample from Orlando's TOP LOCAL CHEFS and RESTAURANTS, all serving locally sourced foods! 

Whole Foods Market's Chef Challenge hosted by Hollis Wilder, 3x winner of Cupcake Wars! Invited guests are Johnny Magic Fanfrom XL 1067,  Daniel Dennis from A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan Podcast and Lauren Johnson from Good Day Orlando.

Chefs & Restaurants: Kevin Fonzo- K Restaurant Wine Bar, Henry Salgado- Txokos Basque Kitchen, Kathleen Blake The Rusty Spoon, Josh Oakley- The Smiling BisonPark Plaza Gardens, Julie Petrakis- Cask & LarderSushi PopSantiago's Bodega OrlandoTako Cheena by Pom PomIza Tapas BarRange. a shared kitchen - Orlando, FLSweet By HollyWhole Foods Market, The Strand & more!

Silent auction and portion of ticket sales benefit Edible Schoolyard OJA

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