Ranked #1 Food Tour in Miami Beach!
“Excellent Food Tour. When in Miami Beach, take time to do this tour.” – Pete Z Phoenix, AZ-- Trip Advisor
Excellent 5-Star Rating!
“Excellent food tour experience! If you’re even a little apprehensive about taking this tour, don’t be. You won’t stick out in the crowd, or feel like a dorky tourist. It’s a great way to get a taste of South Beach history and the variety of food experiences available, all within walking distance. Wish we had taken the tour earlier in our trip so that we could have retraced our footsteps for some really good eats.” – BG. Santa Crux-- Yelp
“You’ll be visiting five of South Beach’s best restaurants, but hey, it’s a walking tour – you’re burning calories, right?”-- Lonely Planet
"Feast by Foot"
“Many signed up for [Kelly’s] new Miami Food Tours expecting to get a bite of South Beach cuisine—which [she] dubs ‘Mi-yummy’. Kelly also serves up a side of history and architecture”-- The Miami Herald
“Bite by bite in Miami Beach” as the “Food tour delivers local treasures and a short stroll through history.”-- The Boston Globe
“The SoBe Tour des Forks shows a different side of South Beach, relying on cultural and historical points of interest to lead you to tastings at five favorite local eateries.”-- Garden & Gun Magazine
“Miami Food Tours’ SoBe Tour des Forks is an educational 1.5-mile food-sampling trek through South Beach during which tour-goers are schooled on the city’s cuisine, history and architecture.”-- Ocean Drive Magazine
“SoBe Tour des Forks’ 1.5 mile culinary journey dishes up tantalizing samples of South Beach’s flavorful food, dramatic architecture and evocative history.”-- Boca Raton Observer
“South Beach has a rich history and perhaps even richer food, but thanks to a so-flo local, you can sample both and get some exercise at the same time.”-- Deco Drive
“No one would ever shy away from eating their way through South Beach, but why do it alone when you can join guide Kelly, an architecture-buff-turned-foodie.”-- South Florida Travel + Life
“Don’t expect chain restaurants or tourist traps; most of the places you visit are small, authentic ‘mom and pop’ spots specializing in a certain type of cuisine.”-- South Florida's Guide