The Travel Channel is filming Tuesday at Big Billy’s Burger Joint in North Charleston. The network is documenting the restaurant’s “Belt Buster Challenge” for an upcoming feature on the channel.
The Belt Buster, which was created three yeas ago, is an eating challenge in which diners must consume an order of Big Billy’s nachos, a traditional milkshake, a side of fries or tots and the signature Belt Buster Burger (consisting of a bun, two beef patties, a grilled cheese center, and all the toppings) in 20 minutes or less.
Guests can choose to take on the challenge Monday-Sunday during lunch or dinner. Those who successfully complete the Belt Buster Challenge get their meal for free, a Big Billy’s Burger Joint T-shirt, and their name on the official Belt Buster Plaque. If you don’t complete the challenge, the cost is $30.
Interested diners can stop by from 2 pm – 6 pm to see the filming in progress.
Big Billy’s Burger Joint is located at 5070 International Boulevard in North Charleston. You can visit their website here: http://bigbillysburgerjoint.com/
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