Repair your culinary rep with a Miami City Food Tour, an eat-by-neighborhood expedition that highlights the city’s burgeoning food scene and its trailblazers. The newly launched program ($90-$150) shuttles a minimum of six (and up to 45) passengers in a fancy bus for a four-hour, multi-stop trek that includes food and drink at each restaurant, plus a quick rundown of every neighborhood.
Start the day with a visit to South Beach for a simple bite (think ceviche and mojito or pastelito and cafecito). Continue to the Design District, Wynwood, or Midtown for another appetizer (like quiche), and then head to Coral Gables or Coconut Grove for a main course. Finish with a stop in Little Havana.
The route changes depending on the chef of the moment or whose dish is the talk of the town.
There’s no better way to earn street cred.
Available from Miami Culinary Tours (855-642-3663 or miamiculinarytours.com).
Photo: Courtesy of Miami Culinary Tours