A portion of proceeds benefits Feeding Tampa Bay
(Nov. 5, 2020 – Tampa, Fla.) — Join Creative Loafing, Florida Beef Council, Feeding Tampa Bay, and local Tampa Bay area restaurants for Tampa Bay Burger Week presented by Florida Beef Council, featuring exclusively-priced takeout and dine-in specials on burgers $10 and under, beer, and more beginning today, Thurs., Nov. 5th, through Sun., Nov. 15th.
Featuring 10 days of burger specials $10 & under by:
Birch & Vine
Boulevard Burgers & Tap House
Chicago’s Best Burgers
Coppertail Brewing Co.
Dock’s Pool Bar & Grille
Fresco’s Waterfront Bistro
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Nebraska Mini Mart
The C House
The Dunedin Smokehouse
The Fat Rabbit Pub
The Living Room on Main
Tiki Docks Bar & Grill
Urban Brew & BBQ
World of Beer
Yeoman’s Cask & Lion
How it works: Each participating restaurant will offer a burger special priced $10 and under, plus deals on Funky Buddha and more at select locations. A full list of locations and special details, ordering information, a map, social media contest info, and how to vote on Tampa Bay’s Ultimate Burger is available now at tampabayburgerweek.com
This year, CL is excited to be partnering with Feeding Tampa Bay on Burger Week and a portion of proceeds will benefit the nonprofit. As one of the nation’s top hunger relief organizations, Feeding Tampa Bay is ending hunger by fueling human potential in every family, child and senior across our 10-county region. By leveraging the daily connection around a meal, the organization is evolving its partnerships, programs, and services with a goal to break down barriers and create long-term health and capability in the lives of the individuals they serve. In response to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Feeding Tampa Bay has evolved their services by almost doubling their reach to serve 2 million meals weekly, and anticipates it will serve up to 85 million meals this year. Feeding Tampa Bay, because food makes tomorrow possible.
Those taking advantage of Burger Week specials can share a photo of their Burger Week experience on Instagram to be automatically entered to win gift certificates from select Burger Week restaurants + $200 in CL Deals. Here’s how to enter: Step 1. Snap a photo of your delicious Burger Week burger. Step 2. Post your photo on Instagram by adding your location at the participating restaurant. Tag @cltampabay & use the hashtag #TampaBayBurgerWeek Step 3. Share your photo to be automatically entered to win! Each location you visit and tag on Instagram automatically gets you an additional entry into the contest.
Plus, Creative Loafing is letting you decide who you think makes Tampa Bay’s Ultimate Burger. All participating locations are up for the coveted title. In 2019, Strandhill Public took the title of Tampa Bay’s Ultimate Burger. Voting for the 2020 Ultimate Burger runs through 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 15th.
To take advantage of Tampa Bay Burger Week now through Nov. 15th, all you have to do is ask for the Burger Week special. Complete special details, including takeout, delivery, online ordering options, and more are available now at tampabayburgerweek.com
For more information on Tampa Bay Burger Week 2020 presented by Florida Beef Council, visit tampabayburgerweek.com
Please use the following hashtags for all digital promotions: #TampaBayBurgerWeek
For more information on Florida Beef Council, visit floridabeef.org
For more information on Feeding Tampa Bay, visit feedingtampabay.org
For more information on Funky Buddha, visit funkybuddhabrewery.com
About Creative LoafingCreative Loafing is an award-winning alternative, weekly newspaper and website committed to providing Tampa Bay with an independent perspective, up-to-the-minute local news, and a comprehensive listing of local happenings. Creative Loafing offers readers’ unique monthly events and CL Deals, a locally focused platform featuring dining and event experiences at half-off their regular price.
Creative Loafing recently launched a donation-based membership group to build a community around readers and supporters at a time that local media across the country has been struggling, and to help underwrite work in the face of the devastating loss of revenue caused by the coronavirus pandemic. In March, CL’s parent company, Euclid Media Group (EMG), announced layoffs at each of its seven newspapers. In Tampa, seven staffers across editorial, production, events and sales were let go. CL’s small, but mighty, team is dedicated to bringing you up-to-the-minute news. To learn more about CL’s donation-based Press Club, visit cltampa.com/supportlocaljournalism