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Iron Side's Got Food But No Chef

Wandering around the ultra-cool, still largely undiscovered Iron Side during last night's Campus Collective had us wondering why no chef has opened a restaurant in the district. Last night's show of culinary talent is enough proof that, well, people here eat. (Even the especially-artsy-looking ones.)


Alphabite, Churro Mania and Real Sorbet parked their wheels around the event.

Edible South Florida magazine shared its edible display.

And gals from the new Mi Vida Café offered samples of a luscious watermelon-mango smoothie.

While Wok Star Eleanor Hoh showed onlookers how easy it is to turn leftover rice into a pineapple-y plate of goodness. (Watch this video to see how she does it).

And Cioccolada founder Ada Azarya poured her way into the hearts and stomachs of onlookers with her handcrafted organic and raw chocolates.

Don't be scared, chefs! Come on down to Iron Side and hang a shingle.

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Riki Altman