Macy’s Sponsoring History Infused South Florida Culinary Tours

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Guests Enjoying a Food Tour

The uber-retail giant, Macy’s is sponsoring the Museum of Lifestlye & Fashion History’s Taste History Culinary Tours in Palm Beach County’s Delray Beach and Boynton Beach.

The food tours travel to restaurants, eateries and urban farms in historic sections of towns in a way that infuses history, food and culture.  Munching on delicious food that symbolizes that neighborhood and being cultured at the same time, now that is a deal.

Each tour is four-hours long of a narrated bus ride as well as a four to six block walk through historic districts, eateries, markets and urban farms.  Cuisines you are most likely to try are Soul Food, Brazilian, Turkish, Organic Teas, and Farm-to-Table delectables.

The Macy’s sponsorship will provide neccesarry funds to the blossoming Taste History Culinary Kid Tours which was inspired by First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move Campaign.”

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Source: Bradenton

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