From Orlando To Seattle, Here Are America’s Top 10 Best Foodie Cities Of 2023!

by Mallika Khurana
From Orlando To Seattle, Here Are America’s Top 10 Best Foodie Cities Of 2023!

Get ready to embark on a thrilling culinary journey as we dive into the heart of America’s most tantalizing cities! WalletHub is ready to serve up a piping-hot report that’s spicier than ever: the sizzling hot 2023’s Best Foodie Cities in America, to add some zest to your culinary journey. In a world where restaurant prices have been cooking up a storm with a 6.5% increase between August 2022 and August 2023, they’ve combed through over 180 of the nation’s most vibrant cities. Whether you’re a food enthusiast or simply looking for your next unforgettable dining experience, this epic exploration will have your taste buds tingling.

Here Are America’s Top Foodie Cities

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They’ve tossed together 28 delectable ingredients, including the affordability of fine dining, the accessibility of top-notch restaurants, the tantalising frequency of food festivals per capita, and the delightful presence of craft breweries and wineries in every corner.

Top 10 Foodie Cities in America

  1. Orlando, Florida
  2. Portland, Oregon
  3. Sacramento, California
  4. Miami, Florida
  5. San Francisco, California
  6. Tampa, Florida
  7. San Diego, California
  8. Las Vegas, Nevada
  9. Austin, Texas
  10. Seattle, Washington

Securing positions 11 through 20 on this delectable list were Denver, Colorado; Atlanta, Georgia; Los Angeles, California; Chicago, Illinois; Richmond, Virginia; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Washington, D.C.; St. Louis, Missouri; Houston, Texas; and New York, New York.

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Decoding The Significant Statistics Of The Report

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St. Louis Gourmet Stores: St. Louis boasts the highest number of gourmet specialty-food stores per person, a substantial 0.4362. That’s 13.3 times more than in Pearl City, Hawaii, where you’d have a hard time finding such stores.

Miami’s Restaurant Scene: Miami wins big in the restaurant department, with a remarkable 8.6485 restaurants per person. That’s nearly 20 times more than in Pearl City, Hawaii, which has a meagre 0.4386.

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Cape Coral’s Dining Balance: Cape Coral, Florida, strikes a balance between full-service restaurants and fast-food joints, boasting a ratio of 1.58. This is 2.9 times higher than Jackson, Mississippi, where fast food dominates, with a ratio of 0.54.

Orlando’s Sweet Tooth: If you have a sweet tooth, Orlando, Florida, is your dream destination. It has a whopping 0.3761 ice cream and frozen yoghurt shops per person. That’s 24 times more than in Lewiston, Maine, where such shops are a rare find at 0.0157.

In a world where taste reigns supreme, these cities offer a delectable array of options. So, go forth and savour, but keep an eye on your wallet in this culinary adventure!

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