Little Havana Food & Cultural Tour

Traditional Cuban Food Tastings. A 2.5 Hour Walking Tour. Small Group Setting.

Our original Little Havana Food & Cultural Tour explores the rich history and culinary delights of a vibrant neighborhood. Little Havana was recently listed as an official “national treasure” of the United States by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The neighborhood is well-known for its many historical, political, culinary, and artistic contributions to our Miami culture. Nestled in the heart of the city’s downtown area and only a short drive from Miami’s famed South Beach, the neighborhood is full of interesting cultural landmarks and delicious cuisine.


Adult $59
Children $39


Agustin Gainza Arts And Tavern: 1652 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135.


11:30am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm. Additional tours added on busy days, click calendar




10 guests


2.5 hours
Half a mile

The Experience Highlights

✔ Our small groups allow for a richer experience with exclusive insider access.
✔ Enjoy delicious food & eat the local way at family-run eateries including a stop at a traditional bakery, a hidden ventanita, a churreria and an open-air market.
✔ Explore an authentic cigar factory and learn the art of cigar rolling.
✔ See the work of artists that inspire our community including a visit to the Damas De Blanco mural.
✔ Visit Domino Park, The Cuban Memorial Blvd, The Tower Theater, and learn the history behind them.

We’ve scoured Little Havana for the most delicious foods ever created.

Hands Down The Best Bite In Town.

Enjoy a beef picadillo 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 Little Havana locals.
El Pub Restaurant

Pure Guayaba Perfection.

Baked daily at a traditional bakery, this guava, aka guayaba, pastelito filling is smooth, light, and incredibly flavorful. Many pastelitos are created but none matches the taste and simple beauty of this original.
Yisell Bakery

The Island Staple.

Indulge with a glass of freshly squeezed & refreshing guarapo juice, plus enjoy a brief education of the various exotic tropical fruits and vegetables grown in subtropical weather.
Los Pinarenos Fruteria

There Is No Love Sincerer Than Croqueta Love.

Enjoy one of the local’s favorite Cuban snacks, the croqueta de pollo con salsa blanca, at a true Little Havana institution.
Neighborhood Market

The Very Definition of “Moreish.”

After trying this churro, you won’t ever be fooled by a cheap imitation. The real stuff, which uses nothing but quality ingredients to make the dulce de leche is SO good, you’ll eat a whole one and still find yourself going back for more.

Salty And Crispy Caribbean.

Let’s face it, yucca frita is a heavenly invention. A deep-fried hug – they’re crispy on the outside, soft and salty on the inside.
Old Havana

Sweet And Luscious Abuela Maria.

Made with Abuelita’s secret recipes and combined with a modern, Latin flair, the Abuela Maria ice cream will cool you down from Miami’s sunny disposition.
Azucar Ice cream

The “Must Have” In Little Havana – by the Travel Channel.

This dark, potent liquid is Miami’s everyday fuel. Similar to an espresso, this ultra-sweet and a revitalizing shot of energy is a Cuban staple found at a famous ventanita.
La Ventanita By Betty


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We cater for vegetarians or no beef, pork, fish/shellfish and chicken. Unfortunately at this time, we are not able to cater to gluten-free, vegan diets or severe/life-threatening food allergies.


Agustin Gainza Arts And Tavern: 1652 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135.
Parking behind Maximo Gomez Domino Park on SW 8th Street and 15th Ave. If the parking lot is full, additional metered parking can be found along SW 8th Street and at the nearby residential streets.

"Fantastic food tour around Little Havana. Jen was our tour guide - enthusiastic, knowledgeable and approachable. Make sure you go on this tour hungry as you get so much delicious food and drink." by Marie O'dean

"Robyn was the best! Our entire party thoroughly enjoyed our visit with her. The tour was a great mix of food, fun and historical knowledge of Miami. We definitely recommend Robyn and Miami Culinary Tours!! Thanks for the great adventure, Robyn!" by Gale Olson

"We took this tour during our short stay in Miami on our way to Key West. It is an excellent tour with many cuban foods and drinks along the way. Our tour guide Karlee was great" Tammy Marziano

Top 10 Cultural Experience in The World!

This Tour Received The 2020 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Award Based on Exceptional 2019 Local & Traveler Reviews

“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

Miami Culinary Tours was featured on “Miami Street Food” by the Travel Channel. See Video Here

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