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The 6 Best Cities for Foodies In America

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If you’re looking for that perfect hot dog, this may not be the list for you. However, if you’re looking for that perfect bowl of ramen, fish taco, or beignet, then you’ve probably found your new travel bible. Below is a list of our 6 favorite cities for foodies in the USA, let us know what city is your favorite in the comments section below. Bon Apetit!

6. Savannah, Georgia

Savannah isn’t just a ghost town. It’s where thousands of tourists are flocking every year to sample some of the tastiest Southern fare in the USA. Take a look at the New York Time’s 36 Hours in Savannah for a taste of the city.

5. San Francisco, California

Did anyone say Italian fish stew? Cioppino was created by Italian fisherman who resided in North Beach, and includes squid, shrimp, mussels, Dungeness crab, and so many other delicious ingredients. Woodhouse Fish Co. is serving up this delicacy daily – be sure to check them out when you visit.

Seafood heaven 😋 #cioppino #WoodHouseFish #sanfrancisco #lunch #nofilterneeded

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If you’re not a seafood person, don’t sweat it – there are plenty of other fantastic options in San Francisco. Hotpot, Indian, Tacos, Ice Cream – it doesn’t matter what you’re looking for, the Bay Area has it.

Take a look at these decked out sandwiches from Deli Board and tell us you didn’t just book a fight. Thought so.

#deliboardsf #zeke #vhat #$$$ #money #mezman

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4. Santa Fe, New Mexico

Bring your appetite if you’re heading to Santa Fe. When your server asks ‘red or green?’, be prepared. They’re referring to what kind of chile you’d like served over enchiladas, chile rellenos, or other classic New Mexican dishes. The city is notorious for sourcing the best local ingredients possible – with farm to table practices in place in many of the fabulous restaurants.

Looking to grab a cocktail? Secreto Lounge is a local favorite (as featured in the 36 hours video below).

Pro tip: if you want to try both red and green chiles, just answer: ‘Christmas’. Here’s a 36 hours video on Santa Fe to give you a bit more detail into the food scene.

3. New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans is a mixing pot of cultures, and those cultural convergences have created some unbelievable cuisine. Crawfish, jambalaya and beignets are just the beginning of your culinary adventure in New Orleans.

If you have a sweet tooth, there’s one place you absolutely must visit: Sucré New Orleans is a dessert boutique for options like this:


And this:

If you’ve got a bigger appetite, the Central Business District (CBD) is the place for you. It’s Cajun meets Southern meets Soul food. If we had to pick one favorite, it would be Donald Link’s Cochon. If you’re going for dinner, try the bubbling rabbit dumplings. For lunch though, it’s hard to beat a pork hash cake.

#pork hash cake w/mustard #greens + sunny side #egg. #lunch can bet that way.

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2. Charleston, South Carolina

If you’re having trouble deciding where to eat in Charleston, you’re not alone. The city is jam packed with amazing restaurants – here’s a list of the 11 most mouth-watering restaurants in Charleston to help you get started. Fig, in particular, is fantastic. It was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’ this past year, and is truly one of the best restaurants in America.

Cue the tears of joy! Tomato Tarte Tatin, Fromage Blanc, Olive Purée, Basil

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1. New York City, New York

New York has become a food Mecca. With tens of thousands of brick- and mortar restaurants, not to mention a plethora of delis, kiosks, and roadside stands, food is everywhere. The sheer number of options makes New York unique. Not to mention the fantastic brunch spots, Jewish delis, bagels and bialys, Vietnamese sandwich shops, Chinese food….the list goes on.

If Pizza is what you’re after, we’ve put together a list of the 10 best Pizza joints in New York.

Or maybe you’re just looking for a great coffee shop. We love Two Hands Cafe in Manhattan.  Take a look at our 10 favorite coffee shops for more options.

bye bye now!

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