Restaurant crawl in Miami or a food tour with Miami Culinary Tours?

Restaurant crawl in Miami or a food tour with Miami Culinary Tours?

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If you’re like me and have no clue about what to do when you head to South Beach, you probably need a guide or tips to know where to explore the culinary offerings of Miami. Well, there exists something that can help you figure out this quandary, read more below about the Miami Culinary Tours, a food crawl with fun!

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A restaurant crawl typical consist on having a group of people walking from one restaurant to another purchasing appetizers. On the other hand, a food tour usually includes the food that will be tasted on the ticket price. There are food tours in New York that combine both the idea of a food crawl and a food tour – and that is when the tour guide already has tastings selected that people can buy or not but they will not be choosing from a menu like in a restaurant crawl.

Now, I don’t know you but when I visit another city I am always confused with the amount of information you can find online on where to have “the best meal” so a food tour is a good option for people that want to discover a city through its diverse culinary offerings.

Miami Culinary Tours offers two distinctive Miami food tours. The South Beach Food Tour takes visitors and locals to try all the different types of cuisine at some of the best restaurants in Miami Beach. Not all of the stops are gourmet restaurants which makes the experience for a more authentic taste of the beach as within one block you can have a top Food Network chef run restaurant and then right next door a small, family owned one. Miami Culinary Tours bring you to places from five star gourmet to off-the-beaten path delicious restaurants so that participants can get a better sense of the options available while learning the ingredients and getting familiar with the culture behind the food.

At the Little Havana Food Tour guests get to try traditional, rustic Cuban cuisine at family run restaurants in the famous neighborhood where you can find roosters on every corner; Little Havana.

At both food tours guests also learn about the area’s history and different types of architecture that can be found in South Beach and Little Havana.

Regards,
Grace Della – Miami Culinary Tours

 

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