Iron Fork, one of the city’s biggest annual food events, marks its 10th year in April. More than 40 restaurants will show up with bites, beer, wine and cocktails, and two big-time chefs will compete in a live cooking competition.
If you haven’t been, it’s a favorite one for many. For one, it’s indoors, in Centennial Hall at Fair Park.
Before you start heading to South Dallas, you need tickets, which jump in price this Saturday.
Now for details.
General admission ($40; increases to $50 Saturday, March 7) gets you in at 7 p.m. for unlimited food samples from all of those restaurants alongside beer, wine, cocktails and entertainment.
If you get the VIP ticket ($65; increases to $75 March 7), you’ll have access an hour earlier and complimentary valet parking before 6:30 p.m. Fewer people and easy parking at Fair Park? Yes, please.
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We’re going to have a long list of restaurants showing up for the April event. But for now we have a preview of those who are joining us as of today (we've already seen more come to the list since we first posted last week):
Blue Mesa Grill
Del Sur Tacos
Fish City Grill
Great One Cookie Company
House of Blues
Ked’s Artisan Ice Cream & Treats
Kuai Asian Kitchen
Ojeda's Mexican Restaurant
Ross & Hall Beer Garten + Kitchen
Scardello Artisan Cheese
Sundown at Granada
Sweet Peaks Ice Cream
The Dream Kitchen by Mallery Tuck
XO Coffee and Bistro
With many more to come
Iron Fork will be from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, at Centennial Hall at Fair Park, 1001 Washington St. (South Dallas)