The Great Neighbors Food Fight is back. The fundraiser for Neighbors Inc., a non-profit social-service agency located in South St. Paul, features a number of local restaurants competing for the right to claim they have the area’s best chicken wings.
And you can help decide the winner.
How it works:
Purchase a Great Neighbors’ Food Fight punch card ($30) and redeem it for one order of highlighted chicken wings at each of the six participating restaurants. Highlighted wings include:
B-52 Burgers & Brew: Buffalo or sweet Thai chill
BLVD Bar and Grille: BLVD or buffalo
Cherokee Tavern: Buffalo or jerk
Jersey’s Bar & Grill: Buffalaki or hot buffalo
Mississippi Pub: Cajun or buffalo
The Coop: Sweet chili or spicy
“The Food Fight is a fun way to sample the great wings offered by six local restaurants,” says Heidi Satre, Events Manager for Neighbors, Inc. “Each restaurant has selected two flavors to highlight, so there’s something for everyone and it all supports the important work that Neighbors does in the community.”
Try them all, then vote online for your favorite. Tickets are available online or at the Neighbors office. One vote per punch card; the winner will be announced in April. Proceeds from the sales of the Great Neighbors’ Food Fight cards benefit Neighbors, Inc. Punch cards purchased online will be mailed in one to three business days.
The contest runs from February 1 through March 31, 2017.
Read about Jerseys Bar and Grill winning the most recent Great Neighbors Food Fight for Best Burger, which also raised over $6,000 for Neighbors.
Neighbors provides emergency assistance and supportive assistance programs to low-income community members in the northern Dakota County communities of Inver Grove Heights, South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Mendota Heights, Mendota, Sunfish Lake and Lilydale.