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This sounds fucking delicious. I love food and eating so I might just enter this contest myself. Anyways, I’m giving away a pair of tickets to this Dishcrawl event. Normally a ticket is $45 each, but the winner gets two for FREE. Hell yeah. Feel like just buying some? Then go here. Otherwise, read all the info they provided below and then enter the contest!

Dishcrawl is a food startup that lives for aiding local food lovers in the same sense of thrill and adventure!

On Tuesday, July 9th, join them on a tasty tour of four Lower Haight restaurants and sample all the savory dishes this area has to offer.

Dishcrawl lives for bringing people together through great food! Not only do the customers enjoy being able to experience the new tastes and the fabulous feel each restaurant has to offer, but the local restaurants love a reason to see new faces walk through their door.

How does it work? Customers buy tickets here, and 48 hours before the event the participating mystery restaurants’ names will be released. There are four restaurants in all and a few dishes will be tasted at each of them! Make sure to leave lots of room in your stomachs before you come!


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1 Comment

  1. Maria Nelson
    July 2, 2013 at 10:54 am

    Oh please oh please