Halifax Burger Week

Oct 14-23, 2021

When Halifax turns
into Burgertown!

HALIFAX RENAMED BURGER TOWN

What's Burger Week?

Halifax Burger Week is a city-wide burger-eating phenomenon and fundraiser for Feed Nova Scotia put on by The Coast. Creative burger offerings either have a set price of $7, or a higher price with the restaurant making a donation to Feed Nova Scotia from every burger sold. The lineup guides patrons all over the city to new restaurants and old favourites alike, all in the name of burgers! Raising over $674k for Feed Nova Scotia over the past 9 years, it has become the largest fundraiser for the organization outside of their own initiatives.

HBW 2021 by the numbers

Halifax eaters raised $114,117 for Feed Nova Scotia.

That means 176,256 meals for Nova Scotians in need.

CHARITY

Burgers for a cause

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Raised by Burger Week since 2013

BEER FOR A YEAR

Win 365 cans of Beer from Fine Company

This year during Halifax Burger Week our sponsor Fine Company Brewing gave eaters the chance to win Beer for a Year! Thats 365 cans, 172,645 mls of beer! Eaters could find scan to enter QR codes at all participating Fine Company restaurants. Congratulations to the winner Danielle Tremblay who picked up a van full of beer!

KETCHUP WITH OUR...

Burger Week Ambassadors 2021

Our 2021 Burger Week Ambassadors have been anxiously awaiting to reveal themselves since MAY! Find out why Abby & Juliana are the biggest of burger fans…

Burger Week Partners

Want to partner with us? Contact us for bespoke partnership opportunities.

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