I recently had the opportunity to check out the Miami Culinary Tours -Wynwood Food Tour and had such a great time. Whether you're a tourist visiting Miami or a Local looking to do something different, I highly recommend it! There are so many fun restaurants popping up in Wynwood, you really do get to explore some hidden gems.
We lunched our way through 5 delicious restaurants starting with Wynwood Kitchen and Bar.
Everything was uh-mazing, including those plantains covered in melted cheese. Next up, we made our way to R House where we had tuna tartare and a slider.
I love that they also have vegetarian options in the tour, in case you don't eat meat (like myself). I had a falafel slider, which was equally as good. After that we went to Jimmy'z Kitchen Wynwood where we had mofongo. This was my second time having monfongo (I had it once in Puerto Rico) and it was soooo good.
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Here I am devouring my plate, before making our way to Pride and Joy (our second to last stop).
This is one of my favorite barbecue joints in Miami. I actually came here once with the hubby (when Andres was about a year old). I had the vegetarian option of a veggie burger during the tour. It was very yummy, although the beef slider looked good too!
Last but not least, we finished the tour with Fireman Derek's World Famous Pies for key lime pie. This was my favorite stop, but then again I'm partial because this was my husband's friend haha. Derek makes the most delicious pies. If you're ever by the area, definitely check him out.
And there you have it! The tour itself lasts about 2.5 hours and you walk about 1 mile (so make sure to bring comfy walking shoes). They have different tours from Wynwood (for $69 bucks) and South Beach and Little Havana (for $59)--kids (and toddlers) are also welcomed.
You're going to LOVE it. You can book your tour at Miami Culinary Tours.
What do you think? Would you ever take one of these food tours?