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6 Top Food Tours In Miami From A Solo Traveling Frequent Visitor (2024)

Joining food tours in Miami is a fantastic way to immerse yourself in the unique cultural tapestry of this infamous Florida city through your taste buds. With its vibrant culinary scene, this dynamic city offers a feast for the senses for the foodies among us, all displaying the rich history of the City of Lights.

Why not take a guided food tour in Miami and let the professionals show you where the best places are and share all the stories?

I particularly loved the food tour in Wynwood, which is a combination of tasting the diverse cultures, and experiencing street art and history. All six tours are top-rated and received excellent reviews from hundreds of travelers. They are like food museums, and are hard not to love!

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Mouth Watering Food Tours In Miami!

Food tours in Miami; this is a funny dish I dont remember the name of, on the food tour of Wynwood Art district!

Whether you are a seasoned foodie or not, a food tour is the perfect way to discover the hidden gems and iconic dishes that make Miami a world-renowned culinary destination.

From classic Cuban sandwiches in Little Havana to New York Pizza and fresh ceviche, Miami boasts diverse flavors that reflect its melting pot-status of multicultural influences.

1. Wynwood Walls Combo Food and Art Walking Tour

Wynwood is a unique and simply fascinating art neighborhood in Miami. I lived just outside Wynwood for a month, and I truly enjoyed the district’s vibe and ambiance.

Not just because of the Wynwood Walls art center but also because of the entire neighborhood. What started out as a small community for dedicated artists is now the home of an incredible gathering of street art inside and outside of Wynwood Walls.

The street art in Wynwood is always changing, so overnight, you might find that new murals have replaced old ones while you slept – making this an ever-changing living art exhibition.

Among the food tours in Miami, this walking food and art tour of Wynwood is among the best rated! Start your tour with a taste of these tacos!
Unique tacos at Cayo Taco

On this food tour of Wynwood, I accidentally booked the VIP option, which resulted in me having my first margarita at 11:45 on a Sunday. But you know, go with the flow, YOLO, and all that.

The Wynwood Foor and Art Tour starts at Coyo Taco, a famous and very small taco restaurant in Wynwood with indoor and outdoor seating.

“Absolutely must for Art/Food buffs!”

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“Alan was absolutely awesome. There were only 3 people total for the tour and Alan was just fine with that, insisted on not being in a hurry and constantly making sure everyone was getting the experience they had hoped for”
Jerod S
March 2023

Starting off with tacos, we also get an introduction to the historical background of this magnificent neighborhood by our energetic and knowledgeable guide, Alan.

This tour has five stops over around three hours, and in between each food stop, you will also pause by various murals with a special history that you will learn about.

You will also hear about special buildings and interesting anecdotes about the incredible development and history of Wynwood as an art hub in Miami.

In addition to Cayo Coco, you will stop at La Sandwicherie Wynwood for a taste, which receives fresh bread several times a day. Then head over to Joe’s Pizza for a slice of a hardcore NYC pizza bite.

Joes New York style pizza in Wynwood.
Joes New York Style Pizza

After that, you get to try special Asian dumplings while an in-house DJ is setting the mood (and a fun beer goes along with it if you have the VIP package).

If you have a sweet tooth, you will love the Night Owl bakery. This neon-lit cake-heaven served one of the absolutely most delicious pieces of cake I have ever tried, full stop.

So rich and powerful that I had to bring half of it home for later!

The best piece of cake (and probably with enough energy to last the day) was at the Night Owl Bakery! As the name implies, they do not close the doors until just before the sun rises again!

The last food stop on this Wynwood tour is Veza Sur Brewing Co, where you can test various craft bites and beer (VIP upgrade) from one of the best-known and most charming breweries in Miami.

And finally, you will enter the Wynwood Walls art center for a one-hour guided tour of the whole area, inside exhibitions and out – an incredible place.

What is included:

  • Food sampling (big ones!) in five different diners in Wynwood
  • If VIP ticket: 3 alcoholic beverages
  • Guided tour of Wynwood and the street art and artists around the neighborhood
  • Entry to Wynwood Walls Art Center with a guided tour
  • Water

The Wynwood food and art walking tour is a great learning experience in the art and history of Wynwood, and the food samples were plentiful and delicious!

I am super confident you will enjoy this walk when you visit Miami.


2. Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami

Men playing domino in Little Havana, Miami.

This two-and-a-half-hour Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami has a whopping 4600 great reviews.

The tour covers lots of different Cuban food samples as well as a vibrant walk in the unique ambiance of Little Havana.

You will learn all about the history and culture of this Cuban part of Miami, and the food stops will be at some of the best family-owned restaurants in the barrio.

I have traveled to Cuba regularly for years, and it is also interesting to experience the Cuban culture as it has evolved in Miami in contrast to the Cuban culture in Cuba.

“Perfect Tour”!

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“Marco was an amazing guide! Very knowledgeable and personal. We would absolutely do it again! Everyone should do this tour!”
Ashley_P
June 2023

On this tour, you will get to sample amazing Cuban delicacies like guava pastries, chicken plantain cups, the sweet treat, the flan ice cream, and a lot more.

You will also head out to meet a few local artists, watch skilled cigar rollers roll cigars, and of course, enjoy Cuban music on your way.

What is included:

  • Traditional Cuban food tastings are equivalent to a full lunch.
  • The best mojito in town!
  • Freshly squeezed guarapo juice, Cuban coffee, and water.
  • A cigar factory tour, Domino Park, Callejon art gallery, Cuban Memorial Blvd.
  • All food samples and beverages

The fascinating cultural narrative that accompanies each food you taste, combined with guidance from the top culinary and cultural experts, makes this a top-rated experience in Little Havana if you love Latin vibes and food experiences.



3. Underground Oceanfront Donot Tour Of Miami

Fancy bright pink classic American car on South Beach Miami Ocean Drive.

You don’t need to be a copper regularly doing stake-outs to enjoy this top-rated Underground Donot Tour in Miami Beach.

Enjoy four tasting stops at different shops and bakeries while basking in the unique views of Art Deco buildings along the famous Ocean Drive.

During this walk, you’ll get to taste a number of different donuts, as well as gelato, churros, and a lot more. All the sweet stuff!

“Our tour guides, Robbie and Nick, were so welcoming and very knowledgeable about the Miami 5th Street and Ocean Drive history. They were also very funny”.

If you have a special relationship with donuts, or even if not, you are probably going to enjoy this oceanfront walking tour right next to beautiful Miami Beach.

And if you are planning on celebrating a special day, you can also have this experience tailored to what you want for the occasion with this sweet Miami Beach adventure on this tour.

What is included:

  • Breakfast
  • Bottled water

4. Hollywood Meets Miami Beach Movie & Tasting Tour

Miami Beach lifeguard tower in bright purple and yellow shaped like a star

Enjoy this interactive movie and street food tour while learning a lot about movie history, South Beach, and Art Deco architecture all at once.

Find out how this part of Miami Beach has been the scene of Hollywood blockbusters, and feel the vibrant Miami Beach neighborhood up close on this tour!

“Didn’t realize how many movies were filmed in Miami Beach and how much of the history is tied to movies I’ve watched since the 90s. The tour was very interactive- we watched clips, danced, and got competitive answering trivia questions – absolutely loved it!”
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April 2023

You will walk in Flamingo Park, down Ocean Drive, Lummus Park, and Espanola Way, and check out the Art Deco movie shooting locations, hotels, restaurants, and fab nightclubs along the way!

What is included:

  • Snacks
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Cocktail

It is super fun and entertaining to eat your way around South Beach, snacking on typical street food, and dreaming of the big screen.

Then relax at the end of your tour on the ocean breeze terrace in “Miami Vice style” – cocktail and all.

5. Private South Beach Food & Art Deco Tour

Bright yellow and green Art deco building in South Beach Miami in the Art Deco district

This tip-rated culinary tour in South Beach is a private group tour with a minimum of 10 participants.

So if you are coming to Miami with 10 of your best friends or closest family, this is for you!

A Miami-borne guide will safely take you around Ocean Drive while you learn all about the Art Deco architecture and taste food from all over.

You will also explore some of the iconic Art Deco hotels on your way.

“Smitty’s FAV”

“OMG, Robyn was The Bomb! She probably has forgotten more info than most guides will know in a lifetime. A walking encyclopedia of South Beach. The food stops were fantastic, made even tastier with the history of each dish.”
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April 2023

The food samples you will explore are from Colombia, Peru, Cuba, Italy, and even more places from around the world.

What is included:

  • Tastings at multiple locations that equal a full meal
  • A local expert guide
  • Guided tour of the Art Deco district
  • Alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages

This tour lasts for around two and a half hours, and when it is done, you will be an Art Deco South Beach expert who will not be hungry for a while.

And why not check out some of the iconic Art Deco Boutique Hotels in Miami South Beach if you are not ready to leave yet?

6. Small-Group Brewery Golf Cart Tour of Wynwood

Wynwood Street Art in May 2023 that you can admire on one of the food tours in Miami art district
Wynwood Street Art this summer!

If your favorite food tends to be the rich and fluid kinds, you probably will love this top-rated small group brewery tour of Wynwood in little fun golf carts.

You will explore and taste your way through local breweries along with a knowledgeable guide, focusing particularly on telling you all about the iconic street art in Wynwood.

On this tour, you will also make stops at famous and interesting landmarks in the Art Neighborhood of Miami like Wynwood Walls and the Museum of Graffiti.

“Phenomenal fun tour”

“Phenomenal fun tour. The artwork is incredible. Our guide was highly knowledgeable and fun. He tailored the drive to our desires too”.
Patti S
December 2022

What is included:

  • Driver/guide
  • Small-group tour (maximum five guests per cart)
  • Alcoholic Beverages

Racing around Wynwood in open-air golf carts is quite the adventure, and of the local breweries in Wynwood, you will stop at at least two of them on this tour.

Top-Rated Places To Stay In Miami

The elegant Goodtime Hotel library, in South Beach Miami
The Goodtime Hotel library in South Beach Miami

Miami Beach

Wynwood Art District

Downtown Miami

Brickell Miami

FAQ About Miami

Is Miami Worth Visiting?

It is a definite YES to that question from me, Miami is definitely worth visiting. Whatever you want from your holiday, you are likely to find it in Miami. And you can do it all in an incredible temperature, close to the sea, in a tapestry of cultures and rich history.

Is Three Days Enough In Miami?

You can spend months and years in Miami without getting bored (in my opinion). How long time you “need” in Miami, depends on how much time you have, and what you want to experience.

If you have three days to spend in Miami, you need to prioritize really hard, that is for sure. Find out what you want for your city getaway, do your research, and create the best possible itinerary for yourself.

How Do I Spend My Day in Miami?

If you only have one day to spend in Miami, you should research what the city has to offer and create your itinerary based on that.

Feel free to use my extensive overview of seven one-day itinerary suggestions to plan your day.

What Is Miami Florida Most Known For?

The three things Miami Florida is most known for, are the beautiful Miami Beach, the vibrant and versatile nightlife, and the iconic Miami Skyline.

And then there is shopping, and culture, and music, and food, and nature, and a lot more.

Wrap-Up Food Tours In Miami

Beyond the food itself, Miami’s culinary scene is also deeply intertwined with the cultural and social history that vibrant Miami in the southern USA is known for.

On an organized food tour, a knowledgeable food tour guide will help you connect the dots between the dishes that you get to try and their cultural significance while also providing insight into the city’s fascinating history.

By yourself, you can also take a bite into the city’s history with a visit to the legendary Versailles Bakery (the first Ventanita in Miami), or wander down Calle Ocho for authentic street food inspiration with a side of live music.

From the influence of Afro-Caribbean and Latin American traditions to the city’s roots as a hub for rum-running during Prohibition, all food in Miami tells a story.

Enjoy, and you are welcome!

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