Do you have any plans for Monday, September 25? You can stay home and catch the season finale of “Big Brother” or the season premieres of “Bob’s Burgers,” “Family Guy,” and “The Simpsons.” What’s the point of watching Season 34 of the Simpson family, though, when there are better things to do with your night?
What I’m trying to say, and what seems to be taking me a while to get to, is that the big season finale of Tucson Knife Fight is happening on Monday, September 25. The event kicks off at 8 p.m. in the courtyard at Union Public House and it’s totally free to attend.
The battles, which have determined the current bracket results, have been happening every Monday since August 21, and it’s now come down to Ryne Hoffman vs. Vinny and Chef Roderick Ledesma vs. Chef Gary Hickey.
“It’s the rematch of the decade,” Gary Hickey shouted in excitement.
If you haven’t been to one of these events this year (or at all), DVR all of your favorite TV shows and head down to Union Public House on Monday. The cooking competition is “for chefs by chefs” and was created to challenge and develop Tucson’s amazing community.
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