Best Cities To Eat In The US….

 

 

The Best Cities for Food in the United States

From the American South, where visitors loved classics like shrimp and grits, bacon-buttered corn bread, and fried green tomatoes, to the West Coastwhere quirky international fare of all varieties is matched with craft beerhigh scores for great restaurants and distinctly local fare helped propel these cities to the top of the list.

Every year for ourWorlds Best Awardssurvey, T+L asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globeto share their opinions on the topcities,islands,cruise lines,spas,airlines, and more.Readers rated cities for a number of qualities, including food. And the votes rolled in for delicious cities across the country.

Major cities, including Chicago and San Francisco, are hardly surprising. The latter has a crop of new restaurants that are dynamic and adventurousbut also just really, really good. Yet our readers found fantastic, world-class meals even in quiet Savannah, Georgia, and far up the coast in Portland, Maine.

I was amazed by the food scene here, admitted one reader of their trip to Portland. Even the food trucks were unexpectedly exceptional. [You] can get the best fish and chips in Maine!

Wherever you travel in the United States, youre probably not toofar from one of the best food cities in the country.

 

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