Meat Fight Bingo Night At Hypnotic Donuts

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Hypnotic Donuts has a new spin to their BYOB Bingo night.  Hypnotic Donuts will team up with Meat Fight to do a one night only special edition BYOB Bingo.   The night will include the typical BYOB shenanigans but with some meaty enhancements. In addition to James St. Peter calling the bingo games there will be VIP guests bingo callers: Alice Laussade (The Cheap Bastard), Chad Houser of Café Momentum , Brian Luscher of The Grape and Jon Alexis of TJ’s Seafood. Tiffany Derry will be attending the event and might decide to call a game as well.

Prizes will be greatly enhanced to include Meat Fight swag, and bottles of wine form Urban Vines Bistro. The overall winner will receive two tickets to attend Meat Fight (this will be the only pair of Meat Fight tickets available after they instantly sell out once they go on sale).    

Bingo night will be Wednesday October 16th.  The game is limited to the first 20 people to RSVP by calling Hypnotic Donuts between 6:30am-12pm M-F  (214) 668-6999.  The cost of the game is $50 per person and all proceeds will be donated to Meat Fight/ National Multiple Sclerosis Society.  There will be no refunds for cancellations, so make sure you can attend.

Bingo will be from 7pm-9pm and Rated R for language.  The kitchen open at 6:30pm to serve chicken biscuits, sides and a dessert.  Alcohol will be  BYOB and is highly encouraged.

Hypnotic Donuts is Dallas’ original artisan donut shop founded in 2010.  For the latest news you can follow Hypnotic Donuts on their Facebook and Twitter pages (hypnoticdonuts) and on their website.

Meat Fight started in 2010 and is an event to eat meat, drink beer, and raise money for the National Sclerosis Society.   Meat Fighters consist of celebrity chefs that prepare meats to be judged by the best pitmasters in TX.  This year Nick Offerman will be a celebrity judge. Tickets for Meat Fight go on sale October 3 and the event will be held  November 17th at Four Corners Brewery.

 

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