Iron Fork: A Guide to What You'll Be Eating Tonight

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Miami New Times' Iron Fork starts at 6 p.m. tonight, launching four hours of eating and drinking from the stations of over 45 restaurants. So here's a guide to your feast, featuring each dish that will be served.

660 at The Angler's

Short Rib Empanadas & Signature Mojito

A Fish Called Avalon

Mediterranean Charcoal Grilled Octopus with White Balsamic Vinaigrette


Fiocchi Pasta Filled with Pears over Gorgonzola Cheese


Almond and Grape Gazpacho, and Delicious Peach Trifle

Baoli Miami

Tuna Tartare

Best Ice Cream in Miami

Exotic Ice Cream

Biscayne Tavern

Chef Will's Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies and Milk

Brasileiro Steakhouse

Brazilian Fusion Menu with Rodizio, Seafood and Steak

Bulla Gastrobar

Braised Oxtail with Carrot Purée & Cumin Oil

Catch Grill + Bar

Chili Spiked Sugarcane Tuna Skewers

Charles St.

Tuna Tartar Tacos with Ginger Ponzu Glaze Served with Cucumber and Mango Slaw, Wasabi Mayonnaise and Micro Arugula

Chart House


Chef Adrianne's Vineyard Restaurant & Wine Bar

24-hour Braised Short Rib, and Nutella Bread Pudding

Cibo Wine Bar

Italian Meatballs and Foccaccia Bread


Pulled Pork Tacos, and Cobia Ceviche

City Hall

Bread Pudding with Bourbon Anglaise

Crepe Maker

Dessert Crepes with Strawberries, Nutella, Bananas and Cheesecake

Daily Melt

White Truffle Butter Grilled Cheese with Bacon and Roma Tomato

Edge Steak & Bar

Baked Potato Fully Loaded with Potato Espuma, Double Smoked Bacon, Parmesan Cheese and Truffle Salsa

El Chaman

Leche de Tigre "Piura Style" and Mini Causitas

Fish Fish

Lobster Truffle Mac and Cheese, and Shrimp Truffle Mac and Cheese

Florida Cookery

Smoked Mahi Mahi with Cucumber Quinoa Salad and Tamarind glaze

Front Porch Café

Black Roberts Spiced Shrimp Crostini

Gilbert's Bakery

Dessert Samplings and an Assortment of Sauces

Il Mulino

Bruschetta Pavioli Portini and Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

J&G Grill

Coconut Hearts of Palm Salad with a Vinaigrette

The Local House

The Local House Coconut Milk Ceviche

Miami Beach Chocolates

Assortment of Chocolates and Chocolate Fountain with Various Dipping Items

Mercadito Midtown

BBQ Carnitas Tacos with Crispy Onions

Morton's The Steakhouse

Braised Short Rib Sliders

MPP Brickell

Fish Ceviche, an Assortment of Cold and Hot Appetizers, and Desserts

The Oceanaire Seafood Room

Surf and Turf Sambal, BBQ Beef Short Ribs and Maine Sea Scallops

RED The Steakhouse

C.A.B. Prime Steak and Truffled Cream Corn

Rioja Grill

Chili Lime Glazed Shrimp Cocktail Served with a Mango Napa Slaw

Sprinkle Design

Gourmet Chocolates, Truffles and Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Sweet Times Cupcakes & Coffee

An Assortment of Gourmet Cupcakes

Taverna Opa

Mousaka, Spanakopita and Baklava

Terrazza at Shore Club

Spinach and Ricotta Cheese Ravioli with Aurora Sauce

Toro Toro

Short Rib Arepa

Tosca Miami

Short Rib & Foie Gras Agnolotti with Parmesan Forth and Balsamic

Toscana Divino

Pappa al Pomodoro: Tomato and Bread Soup with Eggplant and Salame Finocchiona in Basil and Olive Oil

The Trapiche Room

Mustard-Crusted Tuna with Cauliflower Salad and Green Olive Pesto


Key West Shrimp Ceviche with Salsa of Life

West Avenue Café

Tabouli, Babaganoush, Israeli Salad, Hummus and Ceviche

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