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Iron Fork 2013: Who Had the Best Eats? (Photos)

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Last night, during Miami New Times' Iron Fork at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Short Order sampled food from more than 30 restaurants. This morning, we present you with a photographic recap of our favorite eats, spanning from milk and cookies to short rib and foie gras agnolotti.

Please pardon the occasional smoggy photo. We also tried everything from the bar. (Because, research.)

See also: Iron Fork 2013 at Arsht Center (Photos)

Terrazza at Shore Club's spinach and ricotta cheese ravioli with aurora sauce

Florida Cookery's smoked mahi-mahi with cucumber quinoa salad and tamarind glaze

Toro Toro's short rib arepa

Mercadito's BBQ carnitas tacos with crispy onions

Edge Steak and Bar's baked potato fully loaded with potato espuma, double-smoked bacon, Parmesan cheese, and truffle salsa

Tosca Miami's short rib and foie gras agnolotti with Parmesan froth

Chef Adrianne's braised short rib

Biscayne Tavern's chocolate chip cookies and milk

City Hall's bread pudding with bourbon anglaise

A Fish Called Avalon's charcoal-grilled octopus

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