2017 Best Restaurant Poutine Contest:
Restauraunts that are members in good-standing with the St. John Valley Chamber of Commerce, will be asked to join this contest. Each restaurant may enter up to three poutines into the contest per year. Three awards will be given out for the best poutine and the best poutine will have their business name added to a plaque that they can hang in their restaurant for that year showing everyone that they are the best!
2017 Poutine Eating Contest: 7:30 pm - Big Rick's Burgers & Wings
(must be 18 or older to enter - see rules on registration form)
Participants will begin with a measured portion of traditional poutine (fries, cheese and brown gravy). The person(s) who eats the most poutine (in weight) will win. Top three winners will be presented a cash award (tbd). All participants will receive a t-shirt.
Your Sponsorship is what makes this event possible. We hold this event on the first day of the Acadian Festival, but we are not affiliated with the Festival. It is our way of helping bring people to the area that we serve. If you have sponsored the Acadian Festival, Beach Bash or Music in the Park, those are "Acadian Festival Events" and they are not associated with the Chamber...so your support is very much appreciated.
To sponsor this event, click the blue button above, or call the Chamber at (207) 728-7000
CHEESE CURDS DONATED BY:
MORIN'S VARIETY & DINER
CHEZ HELEN RESTAURANT
CHICKEN - MAC N' CHEESE POUTINE
BEST TRADITIONAL POUTINE:
LONG LAKE SPORTING CLUB
SPONSOR POUTINE PALOOZA
POUTINE TRUCK ON SITE
2017 BEST RESTAURANT POUTINE CONTEST WINNERS
2017 BEST POUTINE WINNERS
AND POUTINE EATING CONTEST
WINNERS LISTED BELOW
POUTINE GRAVY DONATED BY:
Poutine Palooza is a new one day event that takes the whole weekend...what? That's right, Poutine Palooza will take place on August 11, 2017 during Party du Maine Street event, hosted by the Acadian Festival. We have also teamed up with restaurants in the area to offer poutine specials from August 4 to 15, 2017
A list of participating restaurants will be posted soon.
What is a poutine you ask? For those people who have never had a Poutine, the dish is thought to have originated in rural Quebec, Canada, made with French fries and cheese curds topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce. This fast-food dish is typically found across Canada and in some places in the northern United States, less often elsewhere and is still considered 'exotic' in such places.
PROPANE DONATED BY:
Poutine Palooza Sponsored in part by:
THANK YOU - 2017 SPONSORS
FRENCH FRIES DONATED BY:
St. John Valley Chamber of Commerce
THANK YOU - 2017 MAJOR SPONSORS