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Few Tickets Left for Menu of Menus®! Get 'Em Before They're Gone!

It's here! It's here! It's here!

OK, actually it happens tomorrow, but close enough. Menu of Menus is finally here, which means you finally get to taste all the great food you've been reading about (and I've been writing about) for weeks!

I'm told the event is almost sold out, but there are still some general admission and VIP tickets left. I would not count on getting them at the event, though, as we anticipate selling out completely before the doors open to VIP guests at 6 p.m.

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If you haven't gotten your tickets yet, go online now and get general admission tickets for $50 or VIP tickets for $90.

A VIP ticket will get you into the event at Silver Street Station at 6 p.m. (an hour early) as well as complimentary valet. Both GA and VIP tickets will get you unlimited tastings and access to the Iron Fork competition, which will have Kevin Bryant of Eleven XI facing off against Kevin Naderi of Roost. Iron Fork will be hosted by Randy Evans of Haven, who will be giving a play-by-play of the chefs' efforts to make masterpieces with a secret ingredient.

As a reminder, here are all the great restaurants we have lined up: 60 Degrees Mastercrafted Allô French Rotisserie Andalucia Batanga BB's Cafe Boheme Brio Tuscan Grille The Cajun Stop Ciao Bello Coco's Crepes Danton's Gulf Coast Seafood Kitchen Fat Boy's Bar & Grill Fish & the Knife Fluff Bake Bar Frank's Americana Revival Freebirds Harvest Organic Grille Haven Heights General Store Italiano's Restaurant Katz Coffee La Guitarra Con Sazon Latin Bites Listos Restaurant Los Cucos Mexican Cafe Maine-ly Sandwiches Mia Bella MB Trattoria Mission Burrito Nara Niko Niko's Orange Leaf Yogurt Oui Desserts Pepperoni's Pizza Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers Ripe Cuisine Shipley Do-Nuts Sorrel Urban Bistro Tokyohana Trenza Verts Zelko Bistro

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