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Join Us for the Inaugural Menu of Menus Pop-Up Dinner Tomorrow (Few Tickets Left!)

We're told that there are only about ten tickets left for our first-ever Menu of Menus Pop-Up Dinner Tuesday evening at Haven, so get 'em while you still can!

The dinner, which begins at 9 p.m. (leave the kiddos at home), will feature food from Haven chef Randy Evans, Roost chef Kevin Naderi and Eleven XI chef Kevin Bryant. Naderi and Bryant will be facing off at this year's Iron Fork event, and Evans will be hosting.

Tickets are still available online. For $120, you get two hors d'oeuvres and a four-course dinner of some of the chefs' favorite dishes. Each course will be paired with a wine or cocktail sample.

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The event is limited to just 50 people, which will help provide a more intimate experience.

We don't yet know what the Iron Fork secret ingredient is, but we're anticipating that the chefs will pull out all the stops at this event to get folks excited about the upcoming competition.

If you can't join us tomorrow night (we'll miss you), be sure and get your tickets for Menu of Menus at Silver Street Station. We're currently running a Voice Daily Deal for half off general admission and VIP tickets to the festivities, so what's stopping you? See you on April 8.

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