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
Misha's Cupcakes served up some of their sweet classics, including our favorite, the Oreo. Photos by Jipsy
Lovely ladies from Bombay Sapphire served up cocktails, but it was the W Hotel's Elad Zvi won best mixologist. Photos by Jipsy
Saxophonist John Saxx got appetites energized during the event, during which Midtown's Sugarcane was awarded the Best New Restaurant title. Photos by Jipsy
Chicks n Wings served up -- what else? -- wings. Later, Chef Michelle Bernstein took home the award for Best Chef. Photos by Jipsy
Gibraltar's tuna tartare was a popular dish, along with Chef Allen's and Whisk's pork dishes. Photos by Jipsy
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
Those in the mood for good, simple Cuban food (and who isn't?) piled on the offerings from Sazon. Photos by Jipsy
The competing chefs were required to cook one appetizer and one entree using the secret ingredient. Photos by Jipsy
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
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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