4th Annual Ceviche Showdown!

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Taste and vote for your favorite RESTAURANT CEVICHE at this casual walk-around competition!On this day, restaurants will compete to see who has the best ceviche. For this year, we’ve invited restaurants from Mexico to participate hence the ‘No Borders’ addition to the name!Two awards are given: A panel of local celebrity judges will conduct a blind-tasting and present the winner with the ‘Best Ceviche’ award. The People’s Choice award will be chosen by YOU! Every attendee will receive tasting tickets and a voting ballot upon check-in. After you taste all of the ceviches, you will submit your voting ballot. After the ballots are counted and tallied, the winner is announced.#57CevicheEvent #SDCeviche #SDLocalEventsSneak peak at participating restaurants

Stay tuned as we make announcements on additional participating restaurants in the upcoming weeks!

2016 Winners:
Best of San Diego: Dobson’s Restaurant
People’s Choice: Puesto

2015 Winners:
Best of San Diego: The Blind Burro
People’s Choice: The Blind Burro

2014 Winners:
Best of San Diego: Puesto & Puesto at The Headquarters
People’s Choice: George’s at the Cove

Judging Panel:
Frank Sabatini Jr.
Food critic for Downtown News, San Diego Uptown News and Gay San Diego.

Frankie Terzoli
Best known as Frankie “The Bull” Terzoli, he burst into the limelight as a Top Chef contestant in season 2006-2007 and moved on to win Cutthroat Kitchen and Cutthroat Kitchen Masters. He’s not only an expert in the seafood industry but also a restaurateur and an upcoming author for his Sicilian cookbook, “The No Hacks Guide to the Kitchen by Frankie the Bull.”

W. Scott Koenig ‘A Gringo in Mexico’
San Diego based journalist and founder of AGringoInMexico.com, Scott Koenig has traveled extensively around Mexico since the 1990’s. He writes a regular column for SanDiegoRed.com and is the Food Expert for Tijuana and Valle de Guadalupe for ExtremeFoodies.tv (formerly FoodieHub), an international culinary site curated by over 275 global experts.

Candice Woo
Founding editor of Eater San Diego and a freelance food and craft beer writer.

Re: Tickets
Tickets can be purchased online at www.fiftysevendegrees.com and include tastes of all restaurant ceviches and a voting ballot. Tickets and voting ballot will be given out (not mailed) at check-in.

Ticket Prices:
Advanced: $25 plus tax
At Door: $35 plus tax

*Tickets are limited, so make sure to get them early.
*Must be 21 or over to attend.
*Tickets are non-refundable.

For questions or additional information, please email events@fiftysevendegrees.com.

 




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