Best Cities In America For Foodies - See Where We Rank


The food scene in America hasn't bounced back to pre-pandemic times . . . but most people have moved on after a year of eating a lot of canned soup and frozen dinners.

WalletHub.com conducted a study to find the best cities in America for FOODIES. They compared more than 180 cities across 29 factors.

They did consider fancy restaurants, but a lot more that went into it, like the cost of groceries, and the diversity of options, including craft breweries, coffee shops, stores that sell herbs and spices, farmers markets, and food trucks.

Just below you'll see where Minneapolis ranks......St. Paul ranked much lower. They've obviously never eaten at Cossetta :)

Best Food Cities in America

Overall Rank

City

Total Score

Affordability

Diversity, Accessibility & Quality

1

Portland, OR

70.77

56

3

2

Orlando, FL

70.67

26

5

3

Miami, FL

68.85

153

2

4

San Francisco, CA

67.89

173

1

5

Austin, TX

64.91

14

11

6

Sacramento, CA

63.59

85

8

7

Denver, CO

62.98

45

14

8

Las Vegas, NV

62.93

100

9

9

Seattle, WA

62.91

178

4

10

Tampa, FL

62.17

73

12

11

Los Angeles, CA

60.17

149

10

12

San Diego, CA

60.01

134

13

13

Portland, ME

58.81

57

20

14

Oakland, CA

58.46

172

7

15

Washington, DC

57.96

155

15

16

St. Louis, MO

57.88

127

18

17

Grand Rapids, MI

57.69

1

39

18

Chicago, IL

57.68

143

16

19

Atlanta, GA

57.68

140

17

20

Houston, TX

57.32

15

32

21

Cincinnati, OH

57.04

23

31

22

Pittsburgh, PA

56.97

91

22

23

New York, NY

56.87

181

6

24

Charleston, SC

56.64

96

23

25

Rochester, NY

56.63

62

25

26

Buffalo, NY

56.22

43

30

27

Salt Lake City, UT

55.97

87

24

28

Milwaukee, WI

55.58

22

38

29

Louisville, KY

55.56

18

37

30

Albuquerque, NM

55.18

8

43

31

Minneapolis, MN

54.84

66

33


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