New Times Rules With an Iron Fork

Miami New Times presented The Iron Fork at Grand Central in downtown Miami. Photos by Jipsy

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More than 30 restaurants participated in Iron Fork, including Picnic, which dished out everyone's favorite comfort food, mac and cheese. Photos by Jipsy
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Misha's Cupcakes served up some of their sweet classics, including our favorite, the Oreo. Photos by Jipsy
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Lovely ladies from Bombay Sapphire served up cocktails, but it was the W Hotel's Elad Zvi won best mixologist. Photos by Jipsy
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Saxophonist John Saxx got appetites energized during the event, during which Midtown's Sugarcane was awarded the Best New Restaurant title. Photos by Jipsy
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Chicks n Wings served up -- what else? -- wings. Later, Chef Michelle Bernstein took home the award for Best Chef. Photos by Jipsy
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Gibraltar's tuna tartare was a popular dish, along with Chef Allen's and Whisk's pork dishes. Photos by Jipsy
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About 1,200 people showed up to taste bites from some of Miami's best restaurants and find out who won the battle of the stone crabs -- the "secret" ingredient. Photos by Jipsy
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Those in the mood for good, simple Cuban food (and who isn't?) piled on the offerings from Sazon. Photos by Jipsy
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The competing chefs were required to cook one appetizer and one entree using the secret ingredient. Photos by Jipsy
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The winner of the pan trophy, which was presented by last year's winner, Area 31's John Critchley, was given to De Rodriguez Cuba's Jose Luis Flores. Photos by Jipsy
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Flores' winning dish was a snapper, stone crab and shrimp ceviche, followed by stone crab and steak tartare. Photos by Jipsy
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