Foodie or Art Fan? Either Way a Winner.
What could be a better combination than food, art, and a beautiful sunny day?
We ventured on a Miami Culinary Tour of Wynwood and played tourist with a mostly local group of new friends. Wynwood is a rapidly transitioning area of central Miami that is home to the now famous Wynwood Walls, galleries and amazing restaurants. During this walking tour, our exceptional guide Mirka did a great job of keeping the group together while explaining the story behind the iconic art and artists as well as details about the food we tasted. It was a foodie dream.
Although food options may change depending on the tour, even those of us who had been to Wynwood many times, came away with some new info and experiences.
A quick rundown of our tastings:
- GKB for Peruvian ceviche and pork taquito slice
- The Taco Stand (a California-based enterprise) for an exceptional handcrafted chicken taco
- Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, where it all began, for a ropa vieja empanada, maduros & tequeno
- Nationally renown Zac the Baker for a potato knish and babka tasting
- Recently opened, Flavian for uniquely flavored gelato (think walnut & fig or pear & ginger)
Servings were ample, and trust me, you are not hungry after this 2 ½ hour tour. Somehow, I was too busy eating to take any pictures of the food.
For info on this tour or other Miami-area culinary tours, check out: https://www.miamiculinarytours.com/
For more about the international artists and their work showcased on the Wynwood Walls, visit: http://www.thewynwoodwalls.com/
Posted on April 19, 2018, in Florida, Miami and tagged Flavian, GKB, Miami, Miami Culinary Tours, Peter Tunney, The Taco Stand, Wynwood, Wynwood Kitchen, Wynwood Walls, Zac the Baker. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.