On April 25, more than two dozen Dallas restaurants will converge on Centennial Hall at Fair Park for Iron Fork, a foodie extravaganza with seemingly endless food samples, beer/wine/cocktail tastings and a live chef competition that will pit two Dallasites against one another in real time. We just got a peek at this year's lineup (with more to come), and it may be one of the best Iron Fork rosters yet:
Cuban Dulceria International Bakery
Dot's Hop House
El Come Taco
Empire Baking Company
Hash House a Go Go
Paul Martin’s American Grill
Pudding on Smiles
Sundown at Granada
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Fusion arepas from Royal Lane's fun new Arepa TX; tasty Cuban pastries from Cuban Dulceria; tacos from El Come, one of the city's best taquerias; meaty Hutchins BBQ; bites from Cedars banh mi hot spot Sandwich Hag — that's a lot of goodness in one night.
If you have yet to snag tickets to this year's event, you'd better do it soon. Right now, tickets for general admission are $35 and VIP are $65. On Friday, March 16, those prices increase to $45 and $75. If you're on the fence about which to buy, keep in mind that VIP tickets get you into the event an hour early (gotta beat those lines, baby) and include complimentary valet before 6:30 p.m.
Get on it, Dallas. Find more information on Iron Fork's website.