Miami Spice Kickoff Event: Food, Entertainment & Music at Miami New Times' Iron Fork
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All offers for Iron Fork have expired.
The last date listed for Iron Fork was Thursday August 1, 2013 / 7:00pm to 10:00pm.
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- $25.00 - $31.00
Taste the best food that Miami Beach has to offer while learning about the dramatic and unique architecture of the Art Deco District on this three-hour walking tour. TripAdvisor has included this tour on its list of "Best Things to Do in Miami" for the last two years, and it's easy to see why. You'll stroll along at a leisurely pace, covering about a mile, with plenty of seated restaurant breaks as your tour guide shares loads of fun facts. From five-star gourmet to hole-in-the-wall delicious, this tour uncovers the best cuisine of Miami's diverse melting pot with its predominately Latin, European and comfort-American influences. You'll learn the top hot spots for ceviche, authentic empanadas, homemade Cuban dishes and much more. Some of the tour's seven to eight tastings will be seated, while others will be on-the-go. You can choose between a lunch tour and a dinner tour -- both equally delicious. Learn More
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This event is sponsored by the Downtown Development Authority.
About the Ticket Supplier: Miami New Times
New Times, now with a circulation of more than 40,000, has become the region's essential compendium of news and information for residents and visitors alike. Drawing on the talents of an accomplished editorial staff recruited from all across the country, New Times has established a reputation for compelling stories ignored or overlooked by major media, for insightful coverage of local arts and entertainment, and for unflinching exposure of South Florida's steamy political life. That reputation for high-caliber journalism has spread beyond South Florida. The paper has won more than seventy first-place awards for editorial excellence, statewide and nationally.
New Times is still young and dynamic. And of course, like the city it serves, it moves to a Latin beat.