Miami Culinary Tours has introduced a new tour to their line-up that already had Miami Beach and Little Havana tours on deck. They just added The Wynwood Food Tour which will show you the “best” of Wynwood in terms of music, fashion and food. There are six stops to try six different dishes while enjoy the art scene of Wynwood, including a stop at our favorite Wynwood restaurant Jimmy Kitchen for some awesome mofongo.
PRICE: $69 (click here to purchase)
DURATION: 2.5 hours
Saturdays at 12:30 PM
5-7 food stops. Plenty of food is served.
Here are the six main stops and the dishes featured in each stop:
CHICKEN EMPANADA, SWEET AND CHEESE PLANTAINS, “THE BLOND” BEER. Connected to the Wynwood Walls, you’ll experience Top chef, Chef Miguel Aguilar’s famous empanada and heavenly cheese maduros while taking in the murals that have been painted by both local, and artists around the world. We will pair these dishes with “The Blond,” crafted by a local brewery located just a few blocks away.
Wynwood Kitchen and Bar
SMOKED POLISH KIELBASA, HUNGARIAN METTWURST CURED AND UP TO 7 DIFFERENT COLD CUT MEATS, GERMAN PRETZEL, RUSSIAN BEER. Beer & Garden Grill is a restaurant with a unique concept. This spot triples as a restaurant, butcher shop and bar! Check out their assortment of meats behind the glass while you taste a selection of their best cuts paired with a rare-to-find Russian beer.
The Butcher Shop
CHICKEN MOFONGO. Step into Jimmy’z Kitchen for some of the freshest and most quality foods you’ve tried! Come face-to-face with the chicken mofongo, a traditional fried plantain-based dish that originated in Puerto Rico. Chef Jimmy has added his own spin on the dish by incorporating chicken – yum.
TUNA JAPANESE-PERUVIAN CAUSA. Discover modern fusion Japanese and Peruvian cuisine with a causa prepared with lime and aji amarillo infused mashed potato topped with mild spicy tuna for a true Miamian experience.
DEVILED EGGS WITH PULLED PORK. When you walk into this Southern-feel restaurant – it’ll automatically hit you. This southern BBQ spot is filled with local art; ceiling lights made from vintage beer cans, and classic bourbon bottles hover along the entire restaurant all while blues songs play in the background. You’ll get to taste four different types of homemade BBQ sauces and choose your favorite.
Pride and Joy
THE BEST THING YOU’VE EVER EATEN – PIE. Derek’s pies aren’t the easiest to come by due to the discreet location but there’s no need to worry, we’ve got you covered. Derek makes some unbelievable key lime pie referred by local foodies as the “crack pie” that will have you coming back for more. Try what the Travel Channel featured as some of the “Best Street Food In Miami”