When: 2nd July 2013 from 6pm
Where: Honky Tonk, 6 Hollywood Road, London SW10 9HY
£: Free for winners and £20 for those who compete but do not complete the challenge
What is it?
Honky Tonk, a New York-inspired restaurant and bar set in the heart of Chelsea, will be hosting its inaugural Honk-Dog Eating Competition on Tuesday 2nd July. The event will allow you to test your eating abilities to the max with the aim to eat ten Honk-Dogs in just ten minutes!
All contestants will be asked to sign a disclaimer and winners will receive a limited edition t-shirt and their picture on the “Honky Tonk Wall of Awesomeness”. Competitors who finish the challenge will of course get their hot dogs for free. So if you think you’re up to the challenge then head along to Honky Tonk and give it your best shot!
Honky Tonk is the brainchild of Mark Cutler, one of the founders of Notting Hill institution, supperclub London. The bar and restaurant has regular live music and entertainment, with a particular emphasis on a variation of the blues, jazz and rockabilly played over a hundred years ago when the first honky tonks sprung up in the Southern and Southwestern United States.
This autumn a little slice of the big apple will also arrive in Clapham in the form of a second Honky Tonk. Following on from the success of Honky Tonk Chelsea, the venue will offer an American-inspired restaurant, late night bar, and live performances.
More info: www.honkytonkchelsea.com