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Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami

Highlights
  • Food walking tour of Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood
  • Tastings at five restaurants and cafes for a great overview
  • Visit artists, cigar makers, and more in Miami’s Cuban community
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Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
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11:30am Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
US$58,99
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12:30pm Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
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Overview

Taste your way through Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood on a food walking tour exploring the vibrant and historic neighborhood. Try everything from Cuban coffee to home-style Cuban cooking, with plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Exploring Little Havana with a guide means you learn the stories behind each item you try, meet local artists, watch deft cigar rollers, and take in the bustling scene at Domino Park.

What to Expect

Meet your guide in Little Havana, and set out on foot through the historic neighborhood, which is at the heart of Cuban Miami’s social, cultural, and political scene.

Stop at a series of family-owned destinations near Calle Ocho, tasting a mix of traditional and innovative dishes. The menu changes to keep the experience fresh, but favorite foods include mamey and flan ice cream, plantain cups filled with chicken and picadillo, a guava pastry, Cuban coffee, guarapo juice, plantain chips, and malanga frita—it’s like a taro root, but sweeter.

As you walk, take in Little Havana cultural highlights as well, visiting artist studios, catching some Cuban rhythms, watching cigars being rolled, and learning about local spiritual beliefs and practices. Take advantage of the small-group atmosphere to ask questions about life in Little Havana, and get tips on where to eat, drink, and explore in Cuban Miami.

Tour ends at original departure point.

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Could have been great, but...

This company makes it not great by booking multiple tours at the same time. What this means is some groups get stuck out in the heat waiting for the other groups enjoying the food in the air conditioned restaurant. This made the first half of...More

1  Thank Cardenas427
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
It may bea taste of Cuban Cuisine But you will find NO food in real CUBA!

I say eat the up and load up. I was born in Cuba and have visited Miami "Little Havana" all my 60 years. I can tell you that this tour is the closest and most authentic you will come to foods used in real Cuban...More

Thank lola524
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Pre-cruise Miami vaca

Ria was our guide for the walking tour. She was phenomenal. Passionate about food and the cultural influences that went into the dishes we sampled. I especially liked the pastry and the ice cream dedicated to Celia Cruz’s Mom. Our teenagers remained engaged so trust...More

Thank diane d
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great food a little history

You tour 6-7 places i little Havanah. The food is really good and you get a fair out from empanadas, Cuban sandwich, Cuban pastries and mojitos. Appreciated that it made me try things I may not have tried but I would have like more history.

2  Thank Bfrank1977
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Little Havana Food Tour that's heavy on food, but light on history

My husband and I had an overall great time on this food tour of Little Havana. We visited about six spots on Calle Ocho, and sampled everything from Cuban empanadas to Cuban sandwiches, mojitos, and fresh mango juice. We felt like the tour did a...More

Thank Alexandra V
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vmdi07
18 July 2018|
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Response from Annemarie E | Reviewed this property |
I don't recall any steps a person would have to maneuver. There was one restaurant where the seating was in the back, but I believe there was a ramp involved. My memory may be failing me there. But I feel it would be a... More
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Christine G
10 July 2018|
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Response from _mdashiff | Reviewed this property |
I think it’s an area of just 8-10 blocks with lots of stops ! Some places you can sit and some is only standing.
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A B
10 July 2018|
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Response from Robert H | Reviewed this property |
The three other people who answered this have it all covered.
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