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I had a wonderful time on the tour. The Tour guide was very informative and the food was delicious. We were full after the tour. It is well worth the price.
We had such a great time From learning about Art Deco architecture to Cuban cuisine and beyond all 4 of us loved it. What a great thing to do while in Miami. Looking forward to trying their little Havana and winwood food tours too
The tour was amazing! Our tour guide Mirka was great! She was full of imformation on food, culture and history of Miami south beach. We will definitely do another tour when Miami!:)
Our guide Marie was great! Told us lots of history and interesting info while we ate generous portions of yummy food! We loved it!
The food was fantastic! Her knowledge of Art Deco and Miami Beach history was good.
Lots of food with great variety. Lots of information about South Beach and the Art Deco style with plenty of examples. Most of all, a fantastic guide, Marie. Marie studied at a culinary institute in Denmark--her home country--, honed her skills in France, and was a chef in Newport. She is enthusiastic about SoBe and food. We had a great time, as did the others on the tour, mostly due to Marie and her restaurant choices. Don't miss this and ask for Marie.
The tour guide was very informative and generous food portions were provided.
Strongly considering another tour with the Guide Provided (Mirka).
Great tour. So glad I found this trip. So much enjoyed the food and learning about the history and Art Deco District. Our tour guide, Marie, was excellent. Highly recommend this tour.
Our tour guide, Grace, was extremely knowledgable about the area and about the food. We had a wonderful time, and the food was excellent!
Our guide, Gina, attended culinary school and owns a catering business. She was very knowledgeable about food, but also gave us fun info about the architecture in the area. We were in the area for the Food Network Wine and Food Festival so this was a nice (and more affordable) break between those events.