A breakthrough to the best in Miami food scene
While you taste some of the best cuisine Miami has to offer, also discover & learn about its art deco. And this all whilst being afforded the opportunity of being a local in some of Miami’s most influential districts of South Beach, Wynwood & Little Havana.
What’s a better way to celebrate a destination than through its food and culture? And, if you are looking for a leader in immersive culinary & cultural experiences in Miami, then I think we have found the number 1 through whom you can experience this!
Miami Culinary Tours has earned a 5 star rating that spans across several thousands which can be viewed through online media.
Their expert guides are intimately acquainted with each neighbourhood, from both mom-and-pop eateries to premier fine dining restaurants that reflect the diversity of they city. “They have earned a reputation for excellence by introducing visitors and locals to some of the most talented restaurants in town while covering the culture behind the food,” says Miami Culinary Tours.
With an elite staff of dedicated guides they offer daily public and private tours throughout the city’s most celebrated neighborhoods. “Every guide is very well versed with Miami’s famed neighborhoods inside and out.” From Cafe Cubano to Peruvian Ceviche, they bring you everything South Florida’s culinary communities have to offer as well as the culture and tradition behind those doing the cooking. Talk about an immersive experience.
The colorful history, fascinating cultural details, and cuisine of your experience will be presented in a way that is fun and accessible for socializing.
The Miami City Food Tour visits the following:
Enjoy a crash course on the world-famous ‘Art Deco Architecture’ covering historic buildings and famous movie locations.
In South Beach, the Art Deco District pulls you in with an imaginative collection of more than 800 architecturally protected buildings from the 1930s and 1940s. Anointed the “American Riviera,” South Beach is crowned by Ocean Drive, a worldwide catwalk of see-and-be-seen boutique hotels with models, alfresco cafés, bikini-clad in-line skaters and beaches packed with beautiful young sun seekers. This lively magnet for culture, entertainment and shopping is a great place if you want to mingle with the locals.
WYNWOOD ART DISTRICT
Hear interesting stories behind the creation of Wynwood; its history and the people who helped create the largest outdoor museum in the world. Discover massive and enchanting murals and learn about the artists while your guide covers some of the most prominent art found in the area. Wynwood is home to more than 100 galleries and the astonishing Wynwood Walls, an open air par dedicated to cutting-edge museum quality contemporary urban murals.
Immerse yourself, all while exploring the unassuming native life of the older Cuban in Little Havana. Stroll through the rustic village and learn the art of cigar-rolling, visit the studio of a local artist, and witness the fierce competitions at Domino Park. Little Havana’s main thoroughfare, Calle Ocho (Eighth Street) is lined with comfort food restaurants featuring Latin specialties. A common sight is cafes where people sip cafecitos (Cuban coffee) and passionately argue about everything from love to politics, while the sounds of salsa and merengue fill the air.
Miami Culinary Tours walk approximately half a mile at all tours, with plenty of rest stops and at a moderate pace. Tours also can cater for vegetarian and gluten-free diets!
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The Miami City Food Tour will show you Miami in just a few hours – all while tasting some of the best cuisine found in the area.
Enjoy delicious tastings infused with a medley of authentic Latin ingredients at a beautiful tavern where you will experience the local ambiance. A cooling, cocktail pairs perfectly with the dish at this local gem labeled ‘Best Colombian Restaurant in Miami Beach’ by The Sun Post..
Colombian-style beef pie, chicken plantain patacon
As you bask in a modern patio, treat yourself to modern fusion cuisines. The delicious and artistic plate before you embodies Miami’s global gastronomy.
Peruvian pork rolls, classic mahi mahi ceviche
Enjoy a picadillo-stuffed empanada at one of the oldest restaurants in the area. Filled with rustic charm and graced by a large illustration of Cuba across the walls, this establishment forms part of the daily routine of most Little Havana locals.
EL PUB RESTAURANT
Cuban beef picadillo empanada
This place isn’t La Bodeguita in Cuba, Hemingway’s favorite watering hole, but the mojito at Ball and Chain Bar is as close as you can get without a passport. Crushed mint leaves, a squeeze of lime, island rum with ice added always at the end — all crafted by Humberto who still makes them the Havana-way.
BALL AND CHAIN
Filled with rustic charm and a large illustration of Cuba gracing the walls at one of the oldest restaurants in the area, perk up with a Miami staple, the cafe Cubano, brewed the traditional way at this neighborhood institution for over twenty-five years.
Ice Cream turns into a cultural experience in Little Havana. Trained at Penn State’s Ice Cream University, Suzy creates ice-cold confections as her grandmother used to make in Cuba. Inspired by South Florida’s diverse tropical produce and deep passion for Latin flavors, be amazed by the creamy texture of her brilliant creations.
Tropical ice cream
Miami Culinary Tours currently has a 5 out of 5 star TripAdvisor review rating from over 1600 reviews.
Currently Number Five Food Experience In The World!
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If there is one thing that I have learnt, it is the more I see, the more there is to see! My name is Tracy Burrows and I am the managing editor of Out There Global, a community driven travel magazine platform for cost effective, luxury, unusual and extraordinary but mostly immersive travel ideas around the globe. From Jan 2014 - Dec 2016 I managed the LatestSightings.com blog (a United Nations World Summit Award Winner: Culture & Tourism 2016 & National Geographic partner). I was also consulting editor at MOZambique Magazine, and contributor at Sawubona Magazine (South African Airways inflight magazine). Prior to my career I obtained a tourism marketing degree, and graduated from a 2 year 'Hospitality Management in Development Program' in California. Following this I acquired a journalism diploma and since it's been all about travel and writing! And my nourishment comes from all those who have impacted me: family; friends; and strangers alike. So thank you for inspiring me, and for joining our journey!