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 $6, or a higher price with the restaurant making a donation to Feed Nova Scotia from every burger sold. The passport guides patrons all over the city to new restaurants be old favourites alike, all in the name of burgers! Raising over $435k for Feed Nova Scotia over the past seven years, it has become the largest fundraiser for the organization outside of their own initiatives.
HBW 2019 by the numbers
75,000 burgers sold
$150,000 raised for Feed Nova Scotia
140 burgers to choose from across HRM!
Don't miss the Burger Week contests!
Win beer for a year!
Ketchup and mustard. Pickles and lettuce. Burgers and beer. The Coast and Moosehead want you to keep your burger love going all year long with this great prize.
Your golden opportunity
During the week, find the Burger Squad to get one of 700 golden stickers handed out at selected Coca-Cola locations. Each sticker gets an entry into a draw for a $1,000 Visa gift card.
Burgers for a cause
Get the most out of Burger Week!
Win $500 cash and wear the sash
With great power comes great responsibility. Our Burger Week representatives will don the official Burger Week Ambassador sash and win $500 cash to eat their way through Burger Week.
Catch the #MINIburger & win!
Halifax Burger Week and MINI Halifax have teamed up once again to bring you the #MINIBurger, a hot little flip zipping around town all March long. Snap a photo to be entered to win the #MINIBurger contest!
Hop on the Burger Bus!
Be one of the first to sample this year’s Burger Week lineup. This VIP tour stops at five official Halifax Burger Week locations where guests sample 1/4 of a burger, each expertly paired with a half pint.
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