Locals are invited to show off their grilling skills in a contest for the best barbecue in Waldorf County!
Hungry guests can also get a head start on the culinary experience by visiting the Food Truck Market in the Food Court Parking Lot of St. Charles Towne Center, with tasty selections from Famous Dave’s, Project Milanesa, Healthy Fool Food Truck, Metro Crab Fry Guy, Sammiches, TAMO Smoothies, Pull’D BBQ Truck and many more!
Barbecue Cook-off Contest + Food Truck Market
Registration: Wednesday, May 16 to Monday, May 28
Public Voting: Tuesday, May 29 to Monday, June 11
Cook-off and Judging: Saturday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
This event is FREE and open to the public.
Participants can enter by posting a photo and caption showcasing the best barbecue and an explanation of why they should compete to win on the St. Charles Towne Center’s Facebook page by visiting facebook.com/
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