The experience and knowledge of our tour guide Sol was beyond incredible, what a great way to enjoy fabulous meals and also know more about the history of the city. We left with a full stomach and a big smile on our faces.
Much more than just a food tour, this excursion dives into the culture, architecture, and history of South Beach as well. Explore Miami’s famous Art Deco District through the flavors of the city as you stop at five local eateries, sampling an international mix of American, Cuban, French, Haitian, Italian, Mediterranean, and Peruvian cuisines along the way.
Get the inside scoop on the South Beach food scene on this fun outing that replaces lunch or dinner. Meet your local guide at The Café at Books & Books and taste the indie bookstore’s fresh New American cuisine (avocado salsa, hummus with tahini, Florida sweet corn salsa, and yuca fries). Then, it’s on to family-owned Bella Cuba for Cuban tamales, egg rolls, plantains, and virgin mojitos. Next up: Peruvian fare at Chalan on the Beach, featuring ceviche and lomo saltado, a traditional stir-fry with strips of sirloin and vegetables.
Moving on to dessert, enjoy a bombolone (traditional Italian doughnut) at Andrix Café, followed by freshly made kosher ice cream and sorbet at The Frieze Ice Cream Factory.
Go beyond the tourist traps for an insider perspective on SoBe’s best eats, with a sprinkling of storytelling, history, and architecture lessons thrown in along the way.
We booked this tour on our last day in South Beach and it was the highlight of our trip. First of all I would like to give a shout out to our tour guide Sol. She was amazing, very nice and bubbly personality which we...More
Our tour lasted a little over 3 hours and we visited every restaurant mentioned. The food was tasty, you’ll get to try Cuban food and Peruvian dishes. You’ll also try Cuban coffee or “Colada,” and a Mojito for an extra $5. Our tour guide, Sol,...More
We really enjoyed our first ever food tour. Sol did a great job incorporating interesting local history into her tour talk. The food at each restaurant was excellent and we had plenty to eat. We loved Bella Cuba and plan on eating there again. We...More