Guided tour

Miami: Little Havana Walking Food Tour with Lunch

Activity provider: Miami Culinary Tours
Guided tour

Miami: Little Havana Walking Food Tour with Lunch

Activity provider: Miami Culinary Tours
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From US$ 69 per person

Likely to sell out

Explore the food culture of Miami's Little Havana and taste delicious and authentic Cuban cuisine and learn the history and works of art found in the area.

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Duration 2.5 hours
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Wheelchair accessible


  • Visit family-owned restaurants and eateries, and get the stories behind the food
  • Taste the best Cuban foods and sip a mojito cocktail in Little Havana
  • Visit Domino Park, Gallo Callejon Art Gallery, Guayabera and the Cuban Memorial
  • Watch master cigar rollers crafting cigars at a local favorite cigar factory
  • Be among a small group for a personalized experience given by your guide
Full description

Venture off the beaten path on this walking tour of Miami’s Little Havana, taking an edible route through one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. Learn about traditional Cuban cuisine, eating your way along Calle Ocho as you stroll.


Designed for locals and visitors alike, you will uncover the area’s rich history and culture, tasting Cuban recipes that have been handed down through generations. Meet local artists, watch cigar rollers, and peek in at Domino Park.


Taste a Cuban classic at a true Cuban institution. Learn about Mariquitas and Malanga Frita. Enjoy chicken and picadillo stuffed plantain cups. Step into old Cuba and try guarapo juice at a family-run fruteria. Sip a café Cubano, crafted by the most talented barista in town.

  • Guide
  • Walking tour
  • Tastings
  • Mojito cocktail, Cuban coffee, and guarapo juice
  • Gratuity for your guide
  • Transportation
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off

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Meeting point

Meeting point: Tower Theatre at 1508 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135. You do not need to print your voucher, just show it on your phone.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Umbrella

Know before you go

  • Vegetarians are catered for. Unfortunately at this time gluten-free and vegan diets, and those with severe food allergies cannot be catered for
  • The tastings are enough for a full lunch
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 266 reviews

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Carlos was an amazing tour guide!! You can tell he really takes pride in being able to share the history and culture of the area. He also makes it fun! There is alot of yummy food so definitely go on an empty stomach. We really enjoyed ourselves and would recommend it to others.

March 29, 2023

Armando is an excellent guide with tons of knowledge and interesting anecdotes that really add value and charm to the experience. The empanadas, Cuban sandwich, mojito, pastries, coffee and churros were all delicious. The route was well planned and executed with professionalism and expertise that can only come from someone as knowledgeable as Armando. 10/10 would recommend to anyone visiting Miami for a few days with the curiosity to experience all that little Havana has to offer.

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March 29, 2023

It was really an incredible experience. There were 9 different foods offered-empanadas, Cuban coffee, Cuban sandwich with mojito, 3 different pastries, Cuban fresh pressed sugar water, and churros. If you had certain meat dietary restrictions they accommodated with different meats or veggies for the empanadas or sandwich. For gluten free, they gave cassava fries instead of empanada, fried plantains instead of sandwich, and they did have one GF cassava flour pastry. The other pastries and churros were not substituted. I will say the experience was worth it even if you have to Skip a food. We also visited a cigar shop and heard a lot of history about Little Havana. The one thing I would adjust is to make it longer. 2 hours felt rushed. There was SO much food it was too much. And as soon as you’re done, you’re walking. There is no time to sit and enjoy and digest. 15 minutes to scarf a Cuban sandwich and mojito is not enough.

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March 29, 2023

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