What To Expect
The Historic Tampa Cuban sandwich is more than ham, roasted pork, Swiss cheese, pickles and salami on Cuban bread. On this tour find out why it was chosen as the city's signature sandwich by the Tampa City Council in April 2012.
Many restaurants claim they make the best Cuban sandwich in Tampa. You get to decide for yourself as you visit five to seven restaurants in Ybor City.The first-of-its-kind original tour will guide you through the best Cuban sandwich restaurants so you can eat the best.
Discover not just Ybor city's culinary gems, but also its cultural attractions. Between tastings, you get to experience the colorful hustle and bustle of Ybor City's 7th Avenue! Knowledgeable guides will show you this vibrant multi-ethnic neighborhood, and why it was added to the National Historic Registry. Explore the streets to see interesting architecture, stories and the exciting night life.
Ybor City in Tampa is a melting pot of different cultures and races, as reflected in its cuisine and buildings. The city is named after a prominent Spanish-born cigar manufacturer who moved his cigar-making operation from Cuba to Florida. After decades of neglect after the Great Depression, the neighborhood was revived as an entertainment district and is now list as a National Historic Landmark District.
All food tastings
Tips and gratuities
Children 2 years old and below are free of charge.
No pets allowed on this tour.
The tour will cover approximately 1.5 miles. Please wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes. - Tours take place rain or shine. Bring sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, bottled water, rain gear (as needed), camera, and recommended gratuity for your tour guide.
Most dietary requests are accommodated as long as the tour operator is given advance notice.
Pick-up for the port of Tampa Bay is available upon advance notice.
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