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Miami Culinary Tours has been featured by prominent national & international travel TV networks, world-renowned journalists and top influencers. All articles are referenced via a link so visitors can verify the source.

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“Eat your way through South Beach. The best way to experience Miami is not through your eyes, but through your belly. Enter Miami Culinary Tours, a local tour company that adds an edible twist to the traditional walking tour.” Read Full Article Here

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“Miami Culinary Tours offers guided neighborhood walkthroughs that include stops at a handful of typical restaurants. You’ll leave fully versed on both the food and the culture.” Read Full Article Here

National Geographic

“Miami Culinary Tours is a great way to get a taste of Little Havana’s rich pickings. At Agustin Gainza Arts & Tavern, its mom-and-pop shopfront typical of the low-rise buildings that run along Calle Ocho…” Read Full Article Here

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“Since 2010, Miami Culinary Tours has orchestrated deep-dives into some of Magic City’s most famous neighborhoods, Little Havana among them. The heart of Miami’s Cuban population, the area includes Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street), famous for Domino Park, strong cafecitos, and counter-service croquetas.” Read Full Article Here

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“When visitors think about the food Miami is famous for, Cuban is at the top of the list – and the biggest concentration of Cuban restaurants and businesses is in the neighborhood known as Little Havana. The food here is delicious and varied, but choosing can be hard. That’s the beauty of the field trips offered by Miami Culinary Tours, a specialist in all things…” Read Full Article Here

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“Raised in Argentina, Miami Culinary Tours‘ founder Grace Della got the idea to launch a walking food tour from her mother, who hosts tours in their home country.” Read Full Article Here

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“From the group that brought you the South Beach Food Tour and the Little Havana Food Tour, Miami Culinary Tours have launched a Wynwood Food Tour. “This tour has been designed to encompass the creativity and variety (in food and art) of Wynwood.” Read Full Article Here logo

“Do you know where to eat in Coconut Grove? This culinary tour will tell you. But listen. The Grove is undergoing a comeback – bye, CocoWalk! – and Miami Culinary Tours is here to guide you through it, whether you’re a local or a tourist. Read Full Article Here

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“It’s a glorious Saturday afternoon and you can’t decide whether to spend the afternoon peeking into luxurious shop windows, sipping on a glass of wine or just marveling at all the glamour that is Miami’s Design District. Well now you can do all of that with Miami Culinary Tours – a walking exploration of Miami’s most noteworthy neighborhoods.” Read Full Article Here

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“Whether you are a local, like myself or visiting Miami, one area you should not skip is Little Havana. If you are looking to experience authentic Cuban cuisine and culture then I suggest you book The Little Havana Food Tour with the highly recommended Miami Culinary Tours.” Read Full Article Here

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“Miami Culinary Tours guide Mirka Roch Harris. She is speaking through a hip-mounted system to be heard over the rush of cars on the other side of the fence. The teachers open a white cardboard pastry box packed with free-form tablet cocoye, a coconut-ginger cookie that is hard to find off the island.” Read Full Article Here

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“In-studio with Grace Della, founder of Miami Culinary Tours. The tours cover Wynwood food and art, South Beach, Little Havana, and there’s a Miami City Tour. There are special tours for Mother’s Day. It might be a fun Mother’s Day event for the family or a present for another time. She brings food similar to the type of food served on her tours.” Listen To The Conversation Here

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“The best Miami tours guide you through the city’s ultimate sights and eats. If you’re the type who researches a city’s food scene before booking travel, this culinary tour will keep you from spending precious hours Googling away.” Read Full Article Here

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“Touring Miami’s Little Havana for its Cuisine, Music, Art, and History This 3 hour culinary trek through history and cultures is one of the best, most colorful tours in South Florida, an essential way to understand this wildly complex, heat stroked place that Cubans, African, Caribbean’s and Native American all call home.” Read Full Article Here

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“To celebrate the launch of AMPARO, an immersive theatrical experience telling the true story of the real HAVANA CLUB rum and Arechabala family, the rum brand held a culinary and cultural walking tour conducted by Miami Culinary Tours, around Little Havana. Stops on the tour included Sanguich De Miami, El Pub Restaurant, Cuba Tobacco Cigar Co., Maximo Gomez Domino Park…” Read Full Article Here

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“Miami Culinary Tours won one of the first Travelers’ Choice awards for its Little Havana Food and Walking Tour, coming in fifth place behind cooking classes in Florence, Italy, and New Orleans and food tours in Rome and Paris. TripAdvisor is a travel planning and booking site.” Read Full Article Here

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“Don’t Miss This! I showed up to this tour hungry like they said to which wasn’t hard because I show up to everything hungry. I’m just always ready to eat (it’s a skill). Our tour was with Miami Culinary Tours (the #1 company there) and we met for the start at Agustin Gainza Arts And Tavern which was part of the tour. Go early and get a coffee there!” Read Full Article Here

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“With her insider perspective and deep affection for Miami’s epicurean melting pot, the founder of Miami Culinary Tours has the inside scoop on exactly where you should eat during your next visit to the city.” Read Full Article Here

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“Explore South Beach’s Food Culture with Miami Culinary Tours. One of the most immersive ways to experience a city is through food, and a great way to explore SoBe’s rich culinary culture and history is with The South Beach Food & Art Deco Tour. As part of the Miami Culinary Tours, the walking excursion departs daily at 12PM and 5PM,… Read Full Article Here

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“Miami Culinary Tours Announces New Menu Dish To Celebrate The Cuban Culture in Miami. The South Beach Food Tour conducted by local food experts will be showcasing a Cuban classic to celebrate the colorful Cuban-American culture on its highly acclaimed food tour that takes place in Miami Beach, Florida.” Read Full Article Here

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“Our tour was conducted by Miami Culinary Tours and our group was small, 9 or so of us and our fabulous guide, Gina who is pictured here. Gina has been living in Miami for about 20 years and is originally from New York.  She has an extensive culinary background including owning a restaurant in New York and a catering business in Miami.” Read Full Article Here

The Stay At Home Chef

“Last week I had the pleasure of going on tasty little stroll through South Beach with Miami Culinary Tours. I’ll walk you through the tour with me. You may be heading to South Beach yourself, or perhaps you just need a little vicarious vacation. Either way, I’ll take you with me every step of the way.”

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“Back in May I headed to Miami for a popular food conference that I was attending and one of the first things I did while I was there was go on a food tour. My friends and I had been planning the trip for a few months, and as we counted down to Miami time the excitement grew! We came across the Miami Food Tours by Miami Culinary Tours during the planning process…” Read Full Article Here

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“The 18 Best Miami Tours. Discover the food of Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood on this 2 1/2-hour excursion from Miami Culinary Tours. You’ll sample Cuban cuisine at several local eateries, including the famous Ball & Chain, listen to the chefs’ stories, and make stops at a cigar factory and the Cubaocho Museum & Performing Arts Center.” Read Full Article Here

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“Little Havana Miami Tours will enchant everyone If you were planning a trip to Miami prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, or if you are a local looking to explore more of your beloved city, Miami Culinary Tours is one of the many options.” Read Full Article Here

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“Here are the best food tours from West Palm to Miami; Over the past 10 years, Miami Culinary Tours has expanded its tours in Miami-Dade County to include Little Havana, South Beach, Wynwood and the Design District.” Read Full Article Here

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“It’s hard finding a good food tour, especially a good Miami food tour. A lot of factors come into play that can either make your experience an awesome one or turn it a disappointing one. In the case of Miami Culinary Tours, you can expect an attention to detail that ensures a satisfying and informative time.” Read Full Article Here

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“Miami Culinary Tours stepped in to help South Florida foodies navigate Miami’s restaurant waters. Helmed by hospitality-veteran Grace Della, this company offers tours in every popular Miami neighborhood, from Little Havana to Miami Beach.” Read Full Article Here

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“Top food tours for a real taste of Miami featured by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau” Read Full Article Here

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“Miami Culinary Tours’ intends to provide attendees with a “one of kind” experience that is enjoyable, interesting and engaging while savoring the local flavor. Some of the incredible restaurants participating craft unique dishes so that participants can taste what is like to be a local in just a few hours.” Read Full Article Here

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“We offer daily public and private tours throughout the city’s most celebrated neighborhoods. From Cafe Cubano to Peruvian Ceviche, we bring you everything South Florida’s culinary communities have to offer as well as the culture and tradition behind those doing the cooking.” Read Full Article Here

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“10 Best Food Tours in Florida. The tours here explore some of the city’s most interesting neighborhoods, where you can sample Cafe Cubano and Peruvian ceviche, and get a dose of what makes South Florida’s culinary expertise so popular. Read full article Here

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“The best way to experience a city is to walk it. So, when Miami Culinary Tours invited me to experience their newly launched Miami Design District Art Installation & Food Tour, I decided to be like a tourist for a day, to sample food at different Miami Design District restaurants, while also enjoying the art installations.” Read Full Article Here

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“Last weekend I went on the famous Miami Culinary tours’ Wynwood Food Tour. I took the tour by myself after my friend cancelled on me (sad face), but I ended up having the most amazing time. Since I was by myself, I feel like I was more attentive to the surroundings and the delicious food.” Read Full Article Here

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“Miami has a new walking tour that takes place in the Design District. It is a food tasting experience and public art appreciation tour conceived by Miami Culinary Tours. The new tour exposed us to many new and happening developments in the Design District.” Read Full Article Here

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“Starting off the food portion of the tour at Wynwood Kitchen, we indulge in a spin on Ropa Vieja. Which translates to dirty clothes! It is a Ropa Vieja empanada with braised chipotle chicken. Accompanied by scrumptious plantains topped with creamy cheese and a mozzarella tequeno.” Read Full Article Here