SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) — From barbecue to burgers, downtown Spartanburg will host another scrumptious event for a good cause.
The 2019 Cribbs Kitchen Burger Cook-off is from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, April 13 in downtown Spartanburg.
Proceeds from the event benefit Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas, which helps local children struggling with cancer and their families.
The cook-off gives people the chance to sample sliders from teams competing for the best-tasting burger.
The winner receives a trophy designed by a local artist and the winning burger will be added to Cribbs Kitchen’s menu.
Along with unique burger creations, the event features live music, a dessert truck, silent auction and activities for the kids.
You can vote for your favorite burger, and the people’s choice award winner will receive a trophy created by a young Spartanburg man diagnosed with Leukemia as a teen.
The cook-off is free to enter and tickets will be sold in sheets of 10 for $10 each.
For more information, visit www.childrenscancerpartners.org/ccps-burger-cook-off.