Meat Fight 1k Drive-Thru Benefiting People Living with MS – Tickets May 4th

This year, we’re Dallas-ing the Meat Fight 1k: Instead of walking a 1k, you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your car. Just show up, drive-thru, and we’ll put a box of barbecue and fancy-snacks-for-2 in your trunk. Buy a ready-to-reheat BBQ Box filled with barbecue and crazy-amazing bites from your favorite restaurants in Dallas, pick it up on Saturday, May 29th at Lakewood Brewing Co., and kick off a solid Memorial Day weekend by snacking all day. Each box even comes with a finisher medal for the person who eats the most snacks! 

Tickets go on sale Tuesday, May 4th, via Prekindle.

Each Meat Fight 1k BBQ Box costs $135 and is part barbecue, part mystery box, featuring barbecue and snacks-for-two from 15 or more local Dallas favorites. Every box will include barbecue from Lockhart Smokehouse, Cattleack BBQ, Slow Bone BBQ, and One90 Smoked Meats, plus hot dogs from Luscher’s Quality Meats and beer from Lakewood Brewing Co. Some boxes will include snacks-for-2 from: José, Hero, Easy Slider, Dude Sweet Chocolate, Empire Baking Company and more. 

We can’t tell you exactly what your Meat Fight 1k BBQ Box will include, but we promise it will be epic. You and your Plus One can fight over the finisher medal. Whoever stops eating last will be crowned your MF1k 2021 champ.

Here’s your Meat Fight 1k list of participating restaurants. Each box will include a selection of items from a minimum of 15 of the following:

Cattleack BBQ

Slow Bone BBQ

Lockhart Smokehouse

One90 Smoked Meats

Luscher’s Quality Meats

Lakewood Brewing Co.



Hero by HG



Profound Farms

Dude Sweet Chocolate

Roots Chicken Shak

Petra & The Beast

BBBop Seoul Kitchen

Cafe Momentum

Easy Slider

Humble Pies

Haute Sweets Patisserie

Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters 

Empire Baking Co.


Cowboys Club

Additional support for this contactless, drive-thru event has been provided by Chefs’ Produce, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, WhistlePig Rye Whiskey, Fred’s Texas Café, and Richardson Bike Mart.

100% of proceeds will benefit people living with multiple sclerosis. Funds will go directly towards Meat Fight’s Meat Bike program, which purchases bikes and equipment for athletes living with MS so that they can take on epic endurance events all across the US. We will also direct funds to our Meat Fight MS Research Endowment at UT Southwestern. 

Thank you for your support of this event and thank you to every participating chef and restaurant for the heartfelt generosity that has made this drive-thru event possible.

For more information about this contactless, Meat Fight 1k drive-thru pick-up, contact Alice Laussade at 

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