Iron Fork Kicks Off Miami Spice With Chef Competition, Food Samples, Music & More
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The last date listed for Miami New Times Iron Fork was Thursday July 30, 2015 / 7:00pm - 10:00pm.
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- $40.00 - $80.00
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- $20.00 - $44.00
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Featured review from ladyfiveo
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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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We tried lots of tasty food and the lines weren't too crazy like the SoBe food venue. I wished they had those small plastic plates/trays for the food. It was a little difficult to balance your drink and eat at the same time. There was not many...continued
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