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AVFRD Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser
March 4 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Baby it’s cold outside and we have just the thing to warm you up! Join us for the Eighth Annual Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser at Old Ox Brewery on Saturday, March 4* from Noon to 4:00 p.m.** in support of the Ashburn Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department. Enjoy unlimited tastings of chili graciously provided by Ashburn restaurants for a donation–all proceeds will be donated to the AVFRD. Bring the kids to see the fire truck!
Back by popular demand: War Wagon Kolsch …$1 of each pint sold will be donated to the AVFRD. Support your local firefighters!
Two trophies will be awarded this year–
Judge’s Choice: Celebrity judges to be announced.
People’s Choice: That’s you! Vote for your favorite chili.
12 restaurants will vie for bragging rights for Ashburn’s favorite chili! Participating restaurants include:
- AVFRD/Old Ox Brewery
- Bourbon Bayou Kitchen–Alligator pork and beef chili with trinity veggies and red beans
- Carolina Brothers Pit Barbecue–Brisket Chili!
- City Tap House–carnitas style salsa verde chili with roasted poblano, jalapeño, and Serrano peppers
- DC Prime–Texas style, meat lover’s chili with short rib, chuck, bacon, Italian sausage, ground beef and mixed chiles
- Ford’s Fish Shack–Nor’easter Chili is made with tenderloin, ground sirloin, Chorizo, and Black and White beans.
- National Conference Center–Mexican Peppers Spiced Beef Chili w/ Cotija Cheese and Sweet Crema
- Neighbors–Latin chili with ground beef and kidney beans, jalapeño peppers and sweet plantains, with cayenne pepper and house seasonings
- Texas Roadhouse–beanless and made from scratch from different cuts of steak.
- The Zone–Cowboy Chili with flank steak and Angels Envy Whiskey.
- Wicket Door Pub–White Bean Chicken Chili–pecan wood-smoked pulled Chicken & Cannellini Beans with Sweet Corn, Jalapeno, Cilantro & Spices and finished with lime.
Ashburn has two stations: Station 6 in Ashburn & Station 22 in Landsdowne. Only 56% of the AVFRD operating budget is supported by state and county funding….AVFRD must raise the rest. It costs more than $12,000 to safely outfit a firefighter. Click here for more information—>WAR WAGON!
** Or until the chili is gone