Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub is one of a dozen or so restaurant teams participating in the first ever Brookhaven Chili Cook-off this Saturday. A total of 50 teams will go bean-to-bean to see who is the best among restaurant and amateur chefs, as well as the always-coveted "People's Choice" award. An award will also be given out to the most spirited team. In addition to Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub participating in the cook-off, executive chef and co-owner Joey Riley will be a guest judge for the amateur cook-off division. The same guys who organize the Brookhaven Beer Fest are behind this 11 a.m.-7 p.m. blowout loaded with three bands, a Go Cornhole tournament, Kid Zone, college football on TV and chili-chasing cold beverages, in addition to the aforementioned gallons of chili. Chili tasting is from noon until 3 p.m. or until the chili runs out. Pay $5 for your spoon online, check in at the gate then taste away and throw in your vote for the bean counters to tally. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Brookhaven Arts Alliance.