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.
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.
Agustin Gainza Arts And Tavern at 1652 S.W. 8th St. Miami, FL 33135
CHILDREN (7-13): $39
CHILDREN NOT EATING: FREE
8 Short City Blocks
1652 SW 8th Street
Miami, FL 33135
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