Eat your way around Key West on this 3-hour food tour with a guide who introduces you to four 'mom and pop' eateries in the Old Town historic district. You'll taste seafood, Cuban cuisine, and, of course, key lime pie. The walking tour route takes you off typical touristy streets so you can see Key West like a local, listening to insights about the city's food, architecture, and history along the way. Tastings are enough for lunch.
Discover the cuisine & culture of historic old Key West
Tastings of authentic dishes like Cuban pork & Key lime pie
Guided historical and cultural walking tour
Chance to navigate the city's charming streets like a local
Travel off the typical tourist paths to uncover the authentic flavors of Key West.With an in-the-know guide leading the way, dine like a local on samples like fresh seafood and classic Key lime pie while learning about the history of the city and the influence of Caribbean cuisine on its culture.
Meet your fellow foodies in old Key West and set off to explore the mouthwatering tastes of the region. Forgo the tourist traps in favor of visiting 4 locally run eateries, making your first stop at El Siboney for traditional Cuban cuisine like juicy pork, rice and bean, & cuban coffee. Next belly up to The Rum bar, a historic speakeasy with a menu of more than 365 rums, and then to Mangoes, a Caribbean restaurant serving local fresh fish tacos & conch fritters with dipping sauce. Finish with Moondog's tangy Key lime pie with buttery graham cracker crust..
As you travel between locations, soak in the stunning sights of Key West—its palm tree-lined streets and pastel-hued houses. Listen as your guide shares fascinating facts about the Cubans and Bahamians, and how their traditions come together to create the city's unique food culture. By the end of the tour, navigate the streets with ease, confident enough to make restaurant recommendations like a local.
Southernmost Food Tour
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Meeting point for the Southernmost Food Tour is El Siboney Restaurant, 900 Catherine Street, Key West.
Corner of Catherine & Margaret Streets
Limited parking is available on Catherine Streets and at the restaurant. However, because it is a residential neighborhood, we recommend taking an Uber/Taxi, walking or biking to the meeting location. The tour ends at Southard and Simonton Streets, about a 15 minute walk back to the first location.
Children tickets: 7-12 years old. Children 6 and under Free.
Please notify us if there are any food allergies or dietary restrictions prior to booking. The Southernmost Food Tour can accommodate substitutions for the dishes provided if we know in advance. Tour is wheelchair accessible.