Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies

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2014/04/30 20:27:55 (permalink)

Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies

Great article.  Some of the restaurants may or may not be considered roadfood, but who cares?  Who's to say?  Notice that Portland, ME and San Diego tied at #19.
 
https://www.yahoo.com/food/ranked-the-best-american-cities-for-foodies-84336641559.html
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    FriedClamFanatic
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/04/30 20:38:01 (permalink)
    What happened to Emmitsburg?.......and those that were on the Cinnci prowl might take a bit of an exception
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/01 02:41:13 (permalink)
    It's a Conde' Nast List!
    Aspen?? Telluride???? Napa??????? Newport RI???????????? Carmel-by-the-Sea????????????????????????
    Not a Roadfood joint within a 100 miles!
     
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/01 08:29:45 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    It's a Conde' Nast List!
    Aspen?? Telluride???? Napa??????? Newport RI???????????? Carmel-by-the-Sea????????????????????????
    Not a Roadfood joint within a 100 miles!


     
    I couldn't tell you about Aspen, Telluride, Napa and Carmel by the Sea. But being that I live here, I can assure you there is plenty of fantastic Roadfood in Newport.....
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    EdSails
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/01 12:45:03 (permalink)
    These lists are like an accident. You know you should turn away, but you just keep looking.........
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/01 14:03:11 (permalink)
    I'd rather trust a list compiled by Sports Illustrated, or Guns and Ammo.
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/01 15:01:49 (permalink)
    At least they got NYC both listed and in its proper place.
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    CCinNJ
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/01 15:09:31 (permalink)
    The greatest city in the world...
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/28 13:01:25 (permalink)
    They spent way too much time in wine country. To leave LA off the list and include California cities known for only 2 or 3 restaurants? Sad.
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/28 13:29:02 (permalink)
    It isn't billed as a "roadfood" list.  It's a list for "foodies."
     
    Not necessarily the same thing.
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/28 13:49:09 (permalink)
    LA has amazing "foodie" restaurants. Trois Mec by Ludo, Animal by Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, Jar, Bouchon, Providence, Mozza, Lucques, Church and State, Bazaar, Fishing with Dynamite, Water Grill, Nobu, Matsuhisa, Urasawa, Melisse, Hinoki and the Bird, Son of a Gun, Ink, Spago, AOC, Chaya, I could go on...
     
    We are home to chefs like Govind Armstrong, Suzanne Goin, Michael Voltaggio, Josiah Citrin, Ray Garcia, and Wolfgang Puck.
     
    We have no less than 6 annual food festivals including the upcoming American Wine and Food Festival.
     
    Seriously.
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    Re:Ranked: 20 Best American Cities for Foodies 2014/05/28 13:53:42 (permalink)
    CCinNJ

    The greatest city in the world...

    Wow! I didn't know you felt that way about Harlingen, Texas.

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