2017’s Best Foodie Cities in America – WalletHub Study

To establish a best and cheapest internal foodie scenes, WalletHub compared some-more than 180 of a largest U.S. cities opposite 24 pivotal metrics. The information set ranges from affordability and accessibility of high-quality restaurants to food festivals per capita to qualification breweries and wineries per capita.

Best vs. Worst
New York has a many epicurean specialty-food stores (per block base of population), 1.3907, that is 56.5 times some-more than in West Valley City, Utah, a city with a fewest during 0.0246.

San Francisco has a many cooking schools (per block base of population), 0.0567, that is 37.8 times some-more than in Omaha, Nebraska, a city with a fewest during 0.0015.

New York, has a many restaurants (per block base of population), 10.59, that is 37.8 times some-more than in Pearl City, Hawaii, a city with a fewest during 0.28.

Orlando, Florida, has a many ice cream and solidified yogurt shops (per block base of population), 0.3158, that is 38.5 times some-more than in West Valley City, Utah, a city with a fewest during 0.0082.

Santa Rosa, California, has a top ratio of full-service restaurants to fast-food establishments, 1.69, that is 3.1 times aloft than in Jackson, Mississippi, a city with a lowest during 0.55.

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