The World Food Championships Are DARTable

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Watch up-and-coming culinary stars compete for thousands of dollars in prize money at the eighth annual World Food Championships. Victory never tasted so good! It’s all happening Oct.16 – 20 on the Reunion Tower Lawn in downtown Dallas. Deliciousness is only a DART ride away.

First held in 2012, the World Food Championships has launched the careers of 30 television food stars and given away more than $1.8 million in prize money. It also has transformed food into a sport by building a creative culinary festival that gives the best of the best an opportunity to showcase their skills in front of judges.

The World Food Championships is the largest competition in the sport, where past grand champions come together for a chance to win the ultimate food crown and share hundreds of thousands of dollars in prize money. As a foodie fan, this is a chance to see today’s home chefs turn into tomorrow’s food stars. The 2018 edition of this competition featured more than 30,000 fans watching nearly 500 teams and more than 1,500 contestants from 42 states and 12 countries compete.

Order your tickets at worldfoodchampionships.com to witness the most creative food champions or enter for a chance to show off your own culinary skills. Fancy yourself a foodie? The World Food Championships could also be your chance to be a judge or volunteer.

No matter how you attend — as a fan, volunteer, judge or chef — DART is the best way to get there. Take your taste buds on an adventure at this fun and DARTable festival.

Getting to the World Food Championships on DART is simple. Just ride the Red or Blue Line or Trinity Railway Express to EBJ Union Station. Then, take a short walk to the Reunion Tower Lawn. Free parking is available at many DART facilities. For a complete list, visit the parking locations map on DART.org.

See you on board for the World Food Championships!

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