Next, head to a restaurant that combines Peruvian and Japanese cuisines, a perfect symbol of Miami’s global gastronomy. Seated on a tropical patio, sample innovative bites and check out the extensive pisco (Peruvian brandy) bar, featuring macerados—home-made pisco infused with fresh herbs, fruit, and spices.
Your next stop is a Southern barbecue hotspot, with succulent morsels from custom-built smokers, served with homemade barbecue sauces. Afterward, indulge your sweet tooth with a dulce de leche cookie, followed by a coffee from a favorite local spot that uses fine Italian coffee beans for their espresso.
During the tour, your expert guide points out different styles of graffiti art and talks about local, national and international street artists who have worked here, including RETNA, Ron English, and Aiko. Visit one or two galleries in the district and hear about the people who helped transform the neighborhood from a place of abandoned warehouses into one of the largest outdoor museums in the world.
Expect 5-7 food stops over the course of the 2.5-hour tour, with enough tastings to make up a full meal. Walk for a total distance of about one mile (1.5km) at a leisurely pace, with plenty of seated breaks at restaurants. The itinerary could change on the day of your tour as the restaurant scene is constantly evolving.
Your culinary and art walking tour ends when your guide returns you to your starting point.
Miami Food and Art Walking Tour of Wynwood Neighborhood
- Food tasting
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Gratuities (recommended)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Tour takes place rain or shine
- Wear comfortable shoes
- Wheelchair accessible
- This tour is unable to cater for vegetarians and other food restrictions
- Tastings and stops are subject to change