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‘Iron Fork’ event discounts

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Chefs from some of Miami’s best restaurants will share their skills and their cuisine at the Miami New Times Iron Fork on Oct. 3 at the Hyatt Regency & James L. Knight Center in downtown Miami.

At the 2019 event, an Iron Chef–style cooking competition will pit Cesar Zapata pf Phuc Yea against Aaron Arditti of The Brick: American Kitchen and Bar. Attendees can sample food from more than 50 restaurants.

The regular price for general admission tickets to the event is $40 in advance plus a $6.78 service fee, a total of $46.78. VIP tickets are $70, plus $9.71 in service fees, for a total of $79.71.

Tickets are the door, if they are available, will be $50 for general admission and $80 for VIP tickets.

Iron Fork Ticket Deals

We’ve found two ways to get cheaper tickets:

  • Groupon is offering general admission tickets for $25 and VIP tickets for $50, with no additional fees. Get Groupon deals to Iron Fork here.
  • New Times is offering a four-ticket Foodie Four Pack for $100 plus $19.24 service fees, for a total of $119.24 for four general admission tickets or a total of $246.76 for four VIP tickets. See that offer and regular-price tickets here.

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