Looking for the Best Restaurants in Wynwood? Take a Miami Culinary Tour!

Looking for the Best Restaurants in Wynwood? Take a Miami Culinary Tour! 

Article By Ashley Pineiro

Today, I sat down with Grace Della, the founder of Miami Culinary Tours. Grace was originally an online marketer promoting her mother’s business. After moving to the states and building up a clientele from that business, she was able to start her own. Five years ago, she had her first culinary tour in Little Havana.

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A little over two months ago, she took her first group to Wynwood to experience the restaurants of the neighborhood. Grace started by taking the group to Wynwood Kitchen and Bar, 2550 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127, where they discussed the street-art and graffiti of the neighborhood; they enjoyed empanadas and beers. Their next stop was The Butcher Shop, 165 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127, where they enjoyed cold cuts, such as the Italian Salami. After, ate Chicken Mofongo at Jimmy’z Kitchen, located at 2700 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127. Then, Pride and Joy, located at 2800 N Miami Ave, for Southern food. After that, SuViche, located at 2751 N Miami Ave., Miami, FL 33127, where they ate Japanese-Peruvian food. Then finally, finishing off at at the hidden location of Fireman Derek’s World Famous Pies kitchen, 2600 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127.

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Once a week, at 12:30, they come to Wynwood for the main tour. The Wynwood tours are successful, people from all over sign up for the tours. Grace has been getting national traffic including a woman from Germany that has come back three times and got to view every tour  (Little Havana, South Beach, and Wynwood). Grace is passionate about food, and knows the area of Wynwood, as well as the restaurant owners. “I connect with people who take the tours because they are interested in the cuisine in the area and food is my passion.” Grace says.

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In Wynwood, the people on the tours get to enjoy outdoor museums, don’t have to spend as much money as they would on South Beach, and get to walk around and admire the artwork in Wynwood.

Wynwood has a great diversity within ten blocks. Eastern, Puerto Rican, Peruvian, and more. On the tours they cover the ingredients,  and talk about the background of the food. The tour recommends the Now Gallery off 25th st. and Wynwood Brewing Co. There are many things to do in the neighborhood!

For More Information, please visit Miami Culinary Tours.