|Seeing Miami through the eyes|
of a tourist!
|Bet you don't know the story behind this historic sign.|
Book a Miami Food Tour and find out.
Miami Food Tours was founded by Kelly Woodward in 2010, after realizing how much she enjoyed sitting at the cafes and local dining spots in the over 20 countries she's traveled to. Having a background in the architectural field, many of Kelly's conversations in these picturesque cafes revolved around the topic of architecture and history. She decided to share this passion with others through the heart and soul of every culture- its cuisine. Thus, Miami Food Tours was born and ever since, Kelly and her staff have been curating SoBe Tour des Forks, a lunch tour that highlights the Art Deco District from Lincoln Road to Espanola Way and Ocean Drive for both tourists and locals alike. Introducing people to hidden gems through mouth-watering tastings in 5 different stops, Kelly brings to life the rich history of how Miami Beach became the hot spot it is today.
|The Cafe at Books & Books|
| Lincoln Road Landscape. Look carefully at the picture. What do you |
see in some of the branches, and in a tiny hole at the top of the trunk?
|Cheers! - the Miami way!|
|A piece of Brazil on Espanola Way|
|A must try!|
By this point, I wasn't sure I could have another bite. The portions were generous throughout the tour and I was extremely satisfied. However, once we crossed the street, and I saw stop number five, I knew I'd make room for a little dessert. It was The Frieze Ice Cream Factory, home to some homemade kosher ice cream. There were plenty of flavors to choose from and I indulged my sweet and salty addiction with the Salty Caramel. Creamy and sweet with a hint of saltiness, it was a happy ending to a foodgasmic day.
|A cool ending, sort of speak?|
The lunch tour lasted about three hours and we walked for approximately 1.5 miles. The weather was beautiful, the food was delicious and representative of our city, and Kelly made the whole adventure come together. If you're from out of town and want to experience Miami though your taste buds, this is one great way to do it. For more information, visit Miami Food Tours online at http://www.miamifoodtours.com/.