Pig Out at Five Luverne Restaurants in February and March
Roadtrip! If you're a pork lover, it's time to hop in the car and head east to pig out!
The Luverne, Minnesota "We Love Pork Challenge" is about to begin again.
For the 4th consecutive year, five different restaurants will battle it out to determine who has the best-tasting "other white meat" in the city of Luverne.
As Dakota News Now reports, the event is once again sponsored by the Rock County Pork Producers.
This battle royale is set to begin Monday, February 13, and will run through Friday, March 17th.
Restaurants like Bogey’s Bar & Grill inside the Luverne Country Club, Green Lantern Bar & Grill, Hidden Hills Café & Hideaway Tavern, Howling Dog Saloon, and Sterling’s Café & Grille are inviting residents from all over the Sioux Empire and surrounding area over to the city of Luverne to pig out!
Anyone who orders a pork-themed meal from any of the five participating restaurants throughout the contest has the opportunity to rate what they ate.
According to Dakota News Now, pork challenge participants will assign up to five points in each of the five categories for every featured pork meal they try.
Upon the conclusion of the challenge, the pork meal that has racked up the most points will be declared the winner.
Participants will rate the meals they ate using these five categories: Meat, presentation, toppings, flavor, and customer service.
In addition, every participant has a chance to win one of (50) $10.00 gift certificates that will be given away by the five different restaurants that are battling it out.
A traveling trophy will be presented to the restaurant with the highest score during a special event on March 27th that is set to honor the completion of the "We Love Pork Challenge."
Source: Dakota News Now
Dives Worth a Drive in South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota
- A dive bar has character. Neon beer signs and local memorabilia adorn the walls.
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- And, finally, the bathrooms. The bathrooms in dive bars are in a class by themselves and could be a whole topic on its own.