14 April, 2018
- Arbitrary holidays and commemorative months have managed to fill our calendars with reasons to celebrate.
And if they finish their plate, they get a T-shirt to immortalize the eight-legged feat, according to Bull City's website.
This year, they're serving up a 'Tarantula Burger.' And no, just because it's in quotation marks doesn't mean it's figurative.
The tarantula burger can not be ordered, rather, interested eaters come to the brewpub and sign up for a raffle.
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Traffic will be blocked or restricted for several hours, so drivers can expect lengthy delays. A gathering point has been established at Nipawin's Apostolic Church on 109 4th Ave.
Bull City Burger and Brewery has served one tarantula burger every day since April 4, and the lottery continues through April 29, while supplies lasts.
The burgers offered on the menu during the promotion include alligator, iguana, python, bison, turtle, bugs, among others, but this is only the second year that Bull City Burger has offered the tarantula challenge. It's topped with an oven-roasted tarantula.
At least four people have completed the challenge.
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