Thursday, October 5, New Times' Iron Fork will return for its tenth anniversary with delicious food and a showdown between two of Miami's finest chefs. Tacology's Santiago Gomez will face off against Beaker & Gray's Brian Nasajon in a competition hosted by chef Allen Susser.
From 7 to 10 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Miami, sample delicious bites from more than 60 restaurants, including 180 Degrees @ the DRB, Sushi Sake, JWB Prime Steak & Seafood, Brain Freeze Nitrogen Ice Cream, Grill Argentino, Philly Grub, Dashi, Meat Market, Tacology, the Rusty Pelican, Jack’s Miami, Organic Bites, the Venue at South Beach, Amour de Miami, the Brick, Toro Toro, Soyka, Texas de Brazil, Sensory Delights, Kaori by Walter Martino, Cibo Wine Bar, Wine Date, Caja Caliente, Dr. Limon Ceviche Bar, Morton's the Steakhouse, Atlantikos, and 320 Gastrolounge, and others are added daily. A cash bar will serve Estrella Damm and Voga Italia drinks.
To celebrate the occasion, beginning today New Times will host a series of Facebook Live culinary demonstrations by Iron Fork's participating chefs and restaurateurs.
At 3 p.m., Tacology's Santiago Gomez will demonstrate how to host a taco party at home.
At 4 p.m., Kaori by Walter Martino's namesake chef/owner will display one of his intricate creations.
Visit facebook.com/miaminewtimes to join in on the fun.
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