(UPDATED) In the Home Stretch for Menu of Menus: A Few VIP Tickets Left, GA Tickets Sold Out

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Update: All GA tickets have now been sold out. A few VIP and VIP table tickets remain.

With just a few days left before this year's Houston Press Menu of Menus, coming this Tuesday night, fewer than 50 general admission tickets and fewer than 100 VIP tickets remain.

General admission tickets are $50 ($60 at the door) and VIP tickets are $90.

Menu of Menus kicks off at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9 at Silver Street Station, sponsored by Stella Artois and Izkali Tequila. The second annual Iron Fork competition will begin at 8 p.m., sponsored by Whole Foods Market. Chefs Ryan Hildebrand and Kevin Naderi will battle for the cooking honors.

Here's a full list of restaurants participating in this year's Menu of Menus:

Artisans Cuisine & Savior-Faire BB'S Café Beaver's Boomtwon Coffee Boudreaux's Cajun Kitchen Danton's Gulf Coast Seafood Kitchen Eatsie Boys Finger Licking Frank's American Revival Gatlin's BBQ Green Seed Vegan Gumbo Express.com Haven House of Blues Italiano's J. Black's Feel Good Kitchen & Lounge Jersey Mike's JW's Cajun Boudin Hut Last Concert Café Latin Bites Listos Restaurant & Catering Los Cucos Mia Bella Trattoria Michiru Sushi Mission Burrito Nazif's Turkish Grill Nosh Bistro Ooh La La The Dessert Boutique Pollo Campero Radical Eats Rainbow Lodge Rawfully Organic Sammy's Wild Game Grill Shipley Do-Nuts Sorrel Urban Bistro Southside Espresso Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen Tacos Del Julio Tango & Malbec South American Cuisine Taqueria Tepatitlan The Cajun Stop The Counter Custom Built Burgers Torchy's Taco Triniti Restaurant West End Whole Foods Market

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