Experience the Flavor of Miami on the South Beach Food Tour
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for South Beach Food Tour have expired.
The last date listed for South Beach Food Tour was Monday-Friday at Noon Through May 30, 2014 (Reserve in Advance).
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The South Beach Food tour was great- good food and fun facts about the Miami cultural scene. You'll walk about 3-miles as you dine on a progressive meal track. Well worth it- nice day trip for ladies day out or family reunion activity
Where You’ll Stop on the Tour
Artisanal Colombian Cuisine:
Bolivar Restaurant — Savor a golden corn crust filled with bold flavors in a unique handmade empanada. Feast on tender slow-cooked meat bursting with tradition and perched above a crunchy plantain. A cooling Columbian beer cocktail enhances the experience at a local gem labelled “Best Colombian Restaurant in Miami Beach” by the Sun Post.
An Elevated Floribbean Taste: *
660 at The Angler’s Hotel — Indulge in a delicate passion fruit seafood Tiradito with aji amarillo, garlic chips and lemon oil crafted by world-known chef Carlos Torres, winner of Miami Iron Fork 2012, while surrounded by a dazzling decor depicting a scene from the famed movie The Birdcage.
A Staple of Argentina: *
Charlotte’s Bakery — A third-generation bakery named “Best Place For Empanadas” by the Food Network. The family crafts a delicate pillow of shredded chicken with spices folded into the family’s famous buttery, flaky dough with avocado and cilantro sauce.
A Taste of Old Havana: *
Larios on the Beach Restaurant — Enjoy the local ambiance, relaxing atmosphere in a beloved South Beach institution, while devouring several classic Cuban dishes.
Mediterranean Cuisine: *
Serafina Restaurant — Savor a Mediterranean classic dish at the hands of chef Marco Zuccala.
Cafe Cubano: *
David’s Cafe — Perk up with a Miami staple, the cafe Cubano, brewed the traditional way at this ventanita for 34 years.
A Jewish-Inspired Treat: *
*Jerry’s Famous Deli *— A delectable and dainty sweet from a historic delicatessen that is a must-visit for any foodie on the Beach.
Authentic Italian: *
Milani Gelateria — The finest Italian ingredients melt languidly in the mouth with award-winning gelato – rightfully winning the title of “Best Gelato in Miami” by The Miami New Times.
This tour is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. Children are welcome.
Wear comfortable shoes and clothing.
About the Ticket Supplier: Miami Culinary Tours
Miami food tours and cultural guided journeys are given by locals through the city’s historic neighborhoods. Foodies may visit the city’s most renowned neighborhoods while tasting unique creations from Miami Beach’s most celebrated chefs – and trying bits and bites at must-visit off-the-beaten path eateries.