GET READY FOR A TASTY BURGER COMPETITION
The Pittsburgher Presents the BURGATORY BURGER BASH an annual burger and chef competition featuring burgers, culinary professionals, celebrity guest judges, local vendors/artists and performances by local entertainment.
This year's event takes place on Saturday, October 12th at The Waterfront in Homestead. Over 3,000 burger enthusiasts have attended the event each year. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Biggies Bullies and Face 2 Face Healing.
Bobby D's BBQ PA
The Crafty Jackalope
The Pittsburgh Bottleshop Cafe
Burgh'ers Brewing Lawrenceville
Coughlin's Law Kitchen and Ale House
Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh
Jamison's on West Liberty
The Smiling Moose
The Vault Taproom
Twelve Whiskey Barbecue
Winghart's Burger & Whiskey Bar
Restaurants may change prior to event
The Waterfront in Homestead
Saturday, October 12, 2019
VIP Early Entrance -$65
STARTING AT 12PM
1 hour early admission
1 burger sample (quarter burger) from each burger vendor
1 cocktail sample from each competitor
General Admission - $10
STARTING at 1:00p
Must be 21 years of age or older.
Burgatory Executive Chefs
Bigham Tavern - 1st Place Burger Bash Winner
Chef Brian Duffy
Green Mountain Energy
Ketel One Botanicals
The Traveling Photo Booth
Biggies Bullies is devoted to rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing bully breed type dogs in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas as well as educating the public on responsible pet ownership and the importance of spaying and neutering their pets.
Biggies Bullies is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Pittsburgh, PA.
Face2Face Healing was created in response to the gap that often occurs when medicine has done all it can but individuals are left emotionally and/or physically unable to adapt to the resulting disfigurement. Each year thousands of people confront facial and bodily differences from common causes including birth defects, cancer, burns, facial palsy or other neurological issues, and injuries or trauma. Many individuals experience loneliness from isolation and/or rejection as well as the resulting despair that living with a “changed” face or “changed” body brings. Regardless of why a face or body is different, the pain and distress from that leaves them feeling alone, confused and unable to resume an active life.
While the healing process is slightly different for each person, the goal of Face2Face Healing remains constant; empower the individual with disfigurement to see their inner beauty and give them back their voice.
Face2Face Healing creates the support network necessary to give individuals dealing with disfigurement the opportunity to meet and share with others who know how they feel. We create a caring, sharing and supportive environment where individuals can connect and make an investment in each others’ lives.