Iron Fork Chef Competition With Food Samples, Music & More
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The last date listed for Miami New Times Iron Fork was Thursday July 31, 2014 / 7:00pm - 10:00pm.
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Sunshine, a cold beer and a plate of stone crabs -- it doesn't get much better than this. At the Coconut Grove Seafood Festival you can celebrate the start of stone crab season by spending the day listening to music, playing with your kids in the Family Fun Zone and of course, indulging in seafood galore from local restaurants like Monty's and Cayo Esquivel Seafood. The entertainment kicks off with Caribbean musician Bahama Joe and also includes eclectic band Y5, reggae group Fourth Dimension and Jimmy Stowe and the Stow Aways, one of the few Florida bands to have played with the original Parrothead himself, Jimmy Buffett. And there's plenty for the kids to do too, from a pirate-themed play center, surfing simulator machine and more. Your ticket gets you access to the Family Fun Zone, live music and cooking demonstrations taking place throughout the day. Or if you go for a VIP pass you get a private entrance and VIP lounge with refreshments and private bathrooms. Food and drinks are available for additional purchase, children 12 and younger are free and don't need a ticket. Learn More
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It was pretty good. All of the restaurants had tasty offerings, serves by lively and pleasant reps. It was much bigger than I expected but SO very crowded. There were several places I didn't taste from because the lines were so long and never ending. Several places packed up pretty early, leading me to think that they didn't bring much with them. I would do this again on a Goldstar ticket, but would never pay full price for the experience.
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