“It’s on Like Donkey Kong” at Fisherman’s Wharf Crab-Cracking Contest

Just a taste from yesterday’s second annual celebrity crab-cracking contest at Fisherman’s Wharf, which I believe was broadcast on ESPN 12…

From KCBS:

At Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco Thursday, chefs were paired with local celebrities in a crab cracking contest for charity. The contest, sponsored by the Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefit District, is now in its second year. Ten teams of two got cracking at #9 Fishermen’s Grotto, with defending champ Executive Sous Chef from Bistro Boudin, Misael Reyes winning for the second year.

The best part about the day’s events: San Francisco Board President David Chiu singlehandedly revived the phrase, “It’s on like Donkey Kong,” which had unfortunately started to slip in usage over the past couple of weeks.

David Chiu rejuvenates “It’s on like Donkey Kong”

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