My Design District Culinary Tour

If you follow me on Instagram, you know how much I love the Miami Design District!

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I recently took a Design District Culinary Tour with my bestie @Khiddo , and now this part of Miami has become another favorite of mine.

Before there were 2 major reasons why I would love to hang out at the Design District:

  • It is an excellent place for photoshoots
  • I love to have breakfast at OTL Miami

Now I have 6 new reasons!

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1 / St. Roch Market | 140 NE 39th St Suite #241, Miami, FL 33137

St. Roch Market Miami is an upscale food court that features a diverse selection of 12 gastronomic concepts led by creative entrepreneurs .

From your morning coffee, to dinner and drinks with friends, they will have something you can devour!

2 / Abaco Wines | 140 NE 39th St #206, Miami, FL 33137

Abaco is a bespoke wine shop & tasting room located on the second floor of the Palm Court in the Miami Design District. The shop has a diverse wine by the glass menu and retails wines from around the world. The wines featured are from both well established and up and coming wine producers, from excellent vintages, focusing on rare and limited production wines. The staff of certified Sommeliers specializes in advising on current purchases, building wine collections, running wine dinners and organizing wine tastings.

3 / Estefan Kitchen | 140 NE 39th St #133, Miami, FL 33137

Emilio and Gloria Estefan bring a new concept for sophisticated Cuban cuisine and live music to the Miami Design District’s Palm Court.

Inspired by family recipes, Estefan Kitchen brings a refined take on Cuban cuisine to one of Miami’s most vibrant shopping and lifestyle destinations.

4/ La Pollita | 160 NE 41st St, Miami, FL 33137

This Cali-Mexican Food Truck is supporting local agriculture, fair-trade coffee, and sells awesome tacos!

5 / Madlab Creamery | 140 NE 39th St #137,FL 33137

The best ice cream in town!

They make organic and delicious soft serve ice cream, fluffy Japanese cheesecake and chocolate bark.

Another thing that I have learned is that they exclusively use República del Cacao Chocolates. This chocolate brand is produced in Quito, Ecuador and uses only Latin American ingredients. All ingredients are grown by independent farmers and small cooperatives across Latin America. They believe in paying farmers fair prices for their products.

6 / Many Thanks to Miami Culinary Tours!

I would like to thank Grace Della for inviting me to enjoy this amazing experience, and our guide Mirka Roch Harris who did a fantastic job showing us beautiful Art, telling us interesting stories about the neighborhood, and of course taking us to try delicious Cuisine in the Design District!

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Interested in taking a Culinary tout in South Beach, Wynwood, or The Design District?

VISIT MIAMI CULINARY TOURS OFFICIAL WEBSITE : Click HERE =====>>>

 www.miamiculinarytours.com 

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