The 20th annual Great Petaluma Chili Cook-Off, Salsa and Beer Tasting happens this Saturday, May 6 at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds from 1-5p.m.
Voted on of the best chili cook-offs in the US, it’s a serious smackdown between restaurants, local businesses, service organizations and individuals vying for bragging rights in the categories of meat chili, vegetarian chili, traditional salsa and fruit salsa. The event also includes plenty of beer and wine tastings, including 20 breweries, belly dancers and Trader Jim’s Pineapple Whip trailer along with plenty of other fun and mayhem. Tickets are $10 for kids 5-11 (under 5 are free), $25 for all the chili and salsa you can taste and $50 to add 10 beer tasting tickets, plus all the chili and salsa tasting. More details online at greatchilicookoff.com.
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I love that there is a chili cook-off in Petaluma! I really hope it becomes an annual tradition and comes back over and over. I am sad I missed this one and hope to make the next one as long as it comes back! I wish Rohnert Park would hold some events like this. There are some great event centers that can accommodate things like this and I think it would be in RP’s best interest to do things like this to bring the community together.