Top 10 Foodie Cities in the U.S.

San Francisco

San Francisco is a city known for innovation, and that extends to its restaurant scene. With scores of Michelin-starred restaurants, a wealth of farmers markets and plenty of unique hole-in-the-wall eateries, there's no shortage of creative options in the City by the Bay's neighborhoods. 

New Orleans

The Big Easy offers a plethora of Cajun and Creole staple dishes: gumbo, jambalaya, po'boys ... the list goes on.


You'll need a few napkins and multiple days to take on the Windy City's food scene. Deep-dish pizza, fully loaded hot dogs, Garrett popcorn, Italian beef – all these dishes are uniquely Chicago.

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New York City

The city that never sleeps is known around the world for a dining scene that's vast in both volume and diversity. There's virtually no type of food travelers can't find in the Big Apple. 

Los Angeles

Los Angeles is able to do what few other cities can – create a globally representative food scene that's as unique as it is accessible. The city's melting pot of cultures has made its penchant for fusion cuisine famous. 

Napa Valley

While this California region is best known for its sprawling wine country and excellent hotels, the cuisine also keeps people coming back.

Charleston, SC

What Charleston lacks in diversity, it makes up for in superb low country cuisine served with a side of charming Southern hospitality. 


The Emerald City undoubtedly impresses with its food markets, but there are numerous restaurants and independently owned food vendors that are worth your attention.

Portland, OR

In a city where fresh and organic foods reign supreme, Portland's food consistently receives praise from industry experts and travelers alike.


Barbecue is a given in the largest city in the Lone Star state. But, this up-and-coming culinary destination has a lot more going for it.


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