Iron Fork

Iron Fork Discount VIP Tickets, Today Only

If you are still being indecisive about whether or not your attending New Times' Iron Fork event October 21 at Grand Central, you better make a decision soon if you want to take advantage of the today-only discount for VIP tickets -- on sale for $50.

Let us break it down for you why you might want to attend: There is a sweet cooking battle that's taking place live between last year's champion Chef John Critchley (Area 31) and his challenger Chef Jose Luis Flores (D. Rodriguez Cuba). There is also food samplings from local restaurants with more to be added to the already announced list (interested in participating call 305-571-7525). Also, libations courtesy of Famosa Beer, Bombay Sapphire, and Barefoot Wine. Yes, this is all included in the ticket price.

And on top of all that, you'll also witness our first-ever Short Order Awards ceremony where we will be announcing the winners as chosen by you, our readers.

Did we leave anything else out? No. Okay, then let's move on to how you can get some discounted tickets! All you have to is enter the promo code Iron Fork VIP when completing your order. Again, this is for VIP tickets only. General admission tickets are still $35. Order tickets now at Though, if you want to take more of a risk, you can also go for our VIP package giveaway that was announced last week.

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