Miami Culinary Tours will be celebrating the holidays at all of our tours with a surprise stop that includes an extra delicious tasting. Think of the surprise along the lines of a handmade local crafted chocolate truffle at the Tides Hotel in South Beach.
Our tours are the perfect gift for the holidays, as they allow the recipient to indulge in Miami culture through our city’s art, music, architecture, and most importantly, delicious food. Since we will be offering a discounted price throughout December, you’d do well in getting one for yourself as well, even if you are a local. Miami Culinary Tours’ edible journeys have enlightened many locals and visitors alike when it comes to what Miami truly has to offer and what it represents as a whole.
If you like contemporary street art, then the Wynwood Culinary Tour is for you. Known as Miami’s hub for art, Wynwood also embraces its roots as Miami’s once-predominant Puerto Rican neighborhood. Because of this, Puerto Rican cuisine is ever-present at restaurants that are only made better by the street art that surrounds the district. Dine your way through our favorite local restaurants in one of the largest open-air street art collections in the world. Restaurant stops include Wynwood Kitchen and Bar, MMMM Wywnood, Suviche Wynwood, Jimmy’z Kitchen Wynwood, Pride and Joy, and Fireman Derek’s World Famous Pies. The range in food includes empanadas, ceviche, mofongo, BBQ, and the best key lime pie you can find in Miami.
The South Beach Food Tour offers an enjoyable and appealing architectural, historical and walking tour of the Art Deco Historic District with a culinary twist. Sample dishes such as Ceviche made with passion fruit, canchita and other authentic ingredients, a beer cocktail known as “refajo,” vaca frita, cafecito, and churros amongst others. Nowhere else in the country will you be able to embrace the beaming sun in the middle of winter. Down in Miami, winters average around 75 degrees.
Taste some Cuban flare with our tour throughout Little Havana. Although Miami is located within the United States, you wouldn’t be wrong in confusing it as an addition to the island. Because of the massive amount of immigrants coming from the Island in the second half of the 1900s, Miami became home away from home for many Cubans. This means that Cubans have brought their culture, food, music, and customs for all of Miami to embrace. Named after the Cuban neighborhood, Little Havana is filled with smells of picadillo empanadas, sweet and tart guava pastries and aromatic and potent cafesitos. Our stops in this tour include El Pub Restaurant, El Equisito Restaurant, Yisil Bakery, Los Pinaderos Fruteria, Azucar Icecream with food including picadillo stuffed empanadas, a Cuban sandwich called medianoche, pastelito, fresh guarapo juice, and abuela Maria ice cream.
Celebrate the holidays with Miami Culinary Tours. Save 20% off to take any of our tours for the month of December using code HOLIDAYS2014 at checkout when you visit www.miamiculinarytours.com. To buy gift certificates, please miamiculinarytours.com/gift-cards.