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Bud and Burgers: You Can Still Compete



OK all of you have opinions. And in Houston most of you have strong opinions about burgers. Now you can channel that obsession for fun and you have through July 8 to do so.. 

Join in our Bud and Burgers contest. There's two ways to win. One: Vote for your favorite place to enjoy a Budweiser and a burgerfor a chance to win a trip to Las Vegas. 

The second is to take a selfie with your favorite Bud & Burger, then submit your photo on Instagram by using the hashtag #HOUBudandBurgers. Tell us why it’s your favorite and you could win a $100 gift card.

You must be 21+ to participate.Winners will be announced after July 8.

Here are the participating restaurants:

55 Restaurant and Bar, 5510 Morningside, # 120, Burger Club

Becks Prime Restaurant, multiple locations, Bill's Burger

Bernie's Burger Bus, 5407 Bellaire Boulevard, The Mascot

Byzantio, 403 W. Gray, Dora Burger

Cook & Collins, 2416 Brazos Street, Buffalo Chili Burger

Dry Creek Cafe, 544 Yale, The Holy Guacamole

Fuddruckers, multiple locations, Fuddruckers BBQ Burger

Graffitis at Union, 2003 Union, The Imperial

Harold's Restaurant Bar & Terrace, 350 W. 19th, Harold's Double Cheese Burger

Harwood Grill, 2300 Westheimer, Harwood Grill's Signature Akaushi Burger

Little J's Bar, 5306 Washington, Oinking Cow

Lowbrow, 1601 W. Main, The Brie & Bacon

Lucky's Pub, 801 ST. Emmanuel, Lucky's Hot Hawaiian

Pub Fiction, 2303 Smith, #100, Pub'sFamous "Royale With Cheese"

Rudyard's Pub, 2010 Waugh, Rudz Burger

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