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 $560k for Feed Nova Scotia over the past eight years, it has become the largest fundraiser for the organization outside of their own initiatives.
HBW 2020 by the numbers
105,000 burgers sold
$126,000 raised for Feed Nova Scotia
146 burger locations to choose from across HRM!
Burgers for a cause
We're in Fine Company!
HBW welcomes the new FINE COMPANY BREWING Co as our presenting partner.
Brewed in Moncton, as part of Molson Coors Six Pints Craft division, Fine Company offers an easy-drinking Blonde Lager & Session IPA, sold exclusively across the Maritimes.
“We are super excited to be a part of Halifax Burger Week. It’s an event we look forward to attending every year, so to actually be involved and have the opportunity to collaborate with so many great local restaurants is as good as it gets”, says Reagan Wynn from the Fine Company brand team.
“We know it’s been a tough year for all, particularly the restaurant industry. With proceeds going towards Feed NS, we feel this is a chance to do a little good, for a well-deserving partner.”
We hope you will give them a meeting, understand more about their beer offerings and see how you can get involved with their positive community message
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