The Mile High Key Lime Pie Eatin’ Contest!
Monday, July 4th | 11 AM
The Waterfront Brewery | 201 William Street | Historic Seaport
Enter the Contest to Eat & Win!
Do you have what it takes to be crowned the Mile High Key Lime Pie Eatin' World Champion? Register now if you think you can devour a 9" Key Lime Pie topped with a mountain of whipped cream faster than the competition. This world famous event receives national media exposure and ranks among the sweetest competitive eating contests around. Free to watch. Entries are just $20 and include notoriety, a Key Lime Pie and souvenir Key Lime Festival T-Shirt.
Cheer on the Champions!
Not up for the challenge? Take a front row seat and cheer the champions as our brave contestants tie their hands behind their backs and dive face first into a mountain of Key Lime goodness. These pie eaters don't mess around. The whipped cream is piled high, and with two past champions competing, this is without a doubt the best way to start your 4th of July. The event is free to watch and you just might end up on TV. Food, drinks, and Key Lime pie you can eat as slowly as you like are available for purchase at the Waterfront Brewery.
The Time to Beat!
The current record for eating a 9" Key Lime Pie is held by Key West local Steve Carr who devoured the entire pie in 78 seconds! Steve will be returning in 2016 to defend his championship. Will you be the one to take Steve's Championship Belt away?
- Please note that all decisions made by judges are final. The official rules are intended as a guideline for spectators and participants.
- Each contestant will be served a 9” diameter Key lime pie topped with whipped cream. You do not have to eat the whipped cream, but you must eat the entire pie.
- You may not use your hands. They must be kept behind your back at all times. Use of hands will result in a warning, and maybe disqualification if you do it often and intentionally.
- The contestant who finishes the pie in the shortest amount of time wins the contest. Judges will determine if the entire pie was completed, but as a rule of thumb, no portions of the pie measuring more than ½ inch should remain.
- When a contestant believes they have finished the pie, they must stand up and put both arms in the air. Judges will immediately inspect the pie to verify.
- Visible signs of sickness may result in disqualification.
- In the event of a tie, the contestant wearing the most whipped cream and the biggest smile will be named the winner.
- Contestants will be issued safety goggles. Things can get messy, so bringing an extra shirt is advised.
- The Championship Belt will be presented to the winner.