$15 for Milwaukee’s 7th Annual Chili Bowl for Two on January 27 (Up to $30 Value)

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More than 35 restaurants dole out more than 60 meat & vegetarian chilies to compete for Golden Ladle Award as visitors nibble bread sticks.

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Expires Jan 27th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 18 or older. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$15 for Two Tickets to Milwaukee’s 7th Annual Chili Bowl on Sunday, January 27 (Up to $30 Value)

Presented by MilwaukeeFood.com, the Horny Goat Brewing Company, and Tabasco, 7th Annual Milwaukee Chili Bowl will host chili samples from more than 35 restaurants, including, Red Rock Saloon, Mulligans Irish Pub and Grill, Old German Beer Hall, and O' Lydia's. Held at the Potawatomi Bingo Casino's Expo Center from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., vendors vie to win the coveted 2013 Golden Ladle Award by presenting more than 60 varieties of chili in range of flavors and heat levels. Admission grants each guest eight 3-ounce samples of flavorful meals, and guests can dip complimentary bread sticks from Wild Flour Bakery (while supplies lasts) into traditional chili or take taste buds into the depths of specialty chilies such as sweet potato, vegan, and seafood.

Though not included in this deal, guests can indulge in libations at a cash bar, and though smoking is not allowed in the Expo Center it is allowed in the casino. This event includes free parking. The event also benefits Hunger Task Force, which aims to prevent hunger, malnutrition, and empty internal cookie jars.

The Milwaukee Chili Bowl

Presented by MilwaukeeFood.com, The Milwaukee Chili Bowl hosts a steamy collection of chili crafted by local restaurateurs from across the state. Spotlighting traditional and unconventional ingredients such as bratwurst and sweet potatoes, chefs pit their unique recipes against each other, bringing enough variety to satisfy vegans, vegetarians, or children teethed on tabasco chew toys. Guests mingle through the sea of silver serving trays and cast-iron pots, spooning nibbles from each entrant as they go. A nexus of food info for the area, MilwaukeeFood.com hosts tasting events throughout the year, including summer’s Milwaukee BIG Taste and fall’s Best-Wurst sausage, cheese, and beef festival.

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