Iron Fork 2015 is so close we can (almost) taste it. We've got the final lineup of the most delicious restaurants in St. Louis, plus a chef competition of epic proportions. It's going to be a great time full of food, drink and live music. Continue on for all the details and to get your tickets.
Iron Fork is in less than two weeks -- on April 2 at the Union Station Hotel. Part of the proceeds will go to the St. Louis Area Foodbank. Guests will enjoy unlimited samples from the following restaurants:
222 Artisan Bakery, Anthonino's, Athlete Eats, Cielo, Cleveland-Heath, Element Restaurant and Lounge, Evangeline's, Fork & Stix, the Fountain on Locust, Grapeseed, Grove East Provisions/Red Fox Bakery, Iron Barley, I Scream Cakes, Juniper, Kakao Chocolate, Layla, Lona's Lil Eats, Mission Taco Joint, Molly's in Soulard, Onesto, Pappy's Smokehouse, Pastaria, Pie Oh My, Quincy Street Bistro, the Restaurant at the Cheshire Inn, Salume Beddu, Scape, the Scottish Arms, Seoul Taco, the Shaved Duck, Sister Cities Cajun & BBQ, Strange Donuts, Three Flags Tavern and Three Kings Public House.
The chef competition will feature Cassy Vires (Juniper), Rick Lewis (Quincy Street Bistro), Justin McMillen (Sidney Street Cafe) and Heather Stone (Taste) and will be judged by our restaurant critic Cheryl Baehr, Jessica Seratti of Whole Foods, Carl Hazel of the Scottish Arms and Frank Finnegan of the St. Louis Area Foodbank.
Tickets are $40 and get you unlimited restaurant samples and three complimentary sponsored cocktails; VIP tickets are $80 and include an early entry lounge with a private bar, unlimited restaurant samples, five free drinks and a gift bag. Pick up your tickets HERE before they sell out.
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