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Man v Food Challenge at Pacific House

The famous ‘Man v Food‘ challenge is back at Pacific House on Monday 9th March, and this time it is extra special!

Previous challenges have involved participants competing against each other to finish their gigantic ‘Man v Food‘ burger in the quickest time possible – but this time they will face even tougher opposition, the Newcastle Eagles basketball team!

Man v Food challenge

This is a great opportunity to meet the players and also compete against them (and fellow contestants) in Newcastle’s toughest eating test.

The fan who completes it in the quickest time of the night will also win a prize and of course be crowned the  ‘Man v Food’ Champion which seems like a worthy enough prize on its own!

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Now for some info on the burger which you will have to devour in order to stand a chance of winning…

2 pounds of British beef (in a total of 4 patties), topped with cheddar cheese, bacon and onion rings together with a side portion of hand cut chips. All of this must be eaten in order to finish the challenge – the question is, who will be the fastest?

It’s certainly not for the faint hearted!

The price is £15 to enter, which obviously includes the food – so even if you don’t win you won’t be needing to be fed for a while after!

Photos from previous ‘Man v Food’ challenges at Pacific House can be found here.

To sign up for the competition, email simon@curtisgabriel.com

Pacific House is on Northumberland Road, just off Northumberland Street (see map below).
Visit their Facebook page for details of previous ‘Man  v Food’ competitions as well as other events.

 

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