Three Flags, Pappy's, Quincy Street Bistro and More Join Iron Fork 2015

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Seared sea scallops with minted pea pesto, applewood smoked bacon and micro red amranth from Central Table Food Hall at last year's event. | Micah Usher
  • Seared sea scallops with minted pea pesto, applewood smoked bacon and micro red amranth from Central Table Food Hall at last year's event. | Micah Usher

It's almost that time of year again, when the best restaurants in St. Louis can be found in one place for your culinary pleasure. Iron Fork 2015, our ninth annual event, will be April 2 at the Union Station Hotel (1 St. Louis Union Station; 314-621-5262). More good news: we've got a pre-sale for our loyal readers.

See also: The Food of Iron Fork 2014

Using the code "IRONED", you can snag Iron Fork Tickets HERE before anyone else. The code works up until February 8 at 10 p.m. Tickets go on sale to the general public on February 9. You'll want to get your tickets early -- the past two years have sold out.

General admission tickets are $40 each, which includes unlimited restaurant samples and three complimentary drinks. VIP tickets are $80 and include early entry, a VIP area with a private bar, five complimentary sponsored drinks, unlimited restaurant samples and a gift bag.

Here's a little taste of who's going to be there: Cielo, Cleveland-Heath, Fork & Stix , Grove East Provisions/Red Fox Bakery, Kakao Chocolate, Lona's Lil Eats, Mission Taco Joint, Pappy's Smokehouse, Quincy Street Bistro, Salume Beddu, Seoul Taco, Strange Donuts and Three Flags Tavern.

We'll announce more restaurants as we get closer to the event. It's always a good time, and you can come talk shop with us. See you there!

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