Ben & Jerry’s Reveals Its Top Ten Flavors of 2021
December 27, 2021 – 7:11 am | Comments Off on Ben & Jerry’s Reveals Its Top Ten Flavors of 2021

Half BakedThe cookie dough in it is unbaked, but the fudge brownies are baked. It’s literally half baked.Cherry GarciaA fan flavor suggestion. Introduced in 1987; in or near the top three ever since.Chocolate Chip Cookie …

Read the full story »
Cooking Class

Foodie Event

Foodie Tours

Restaurant News

Wine Event

Home » "Best of" lists

America’s Best Cities for Foodies

Submitted by on February 13, 2012 – 8:40 pmNo Comment

Travel + Leisure readers have picked their best cities for foodies, reports Katrina Brown Hunt.

“Today’s most enthusiastic foodies seek out indulgences well beyond the white-tablecloth variety. Markets are a key enticement for those wanting to experience the nationwide farm-to-table trend,” she reports.

Want to know where that next great meal can come from a celebrity chef or the back of a truck? Here are the top 10 on the T+L list:

Number 10: San Antonio, Texas
“San Antonio ranked in the top 10 for both ethnic fare and barbecue.”

Number 9: Charleston, South Carolina
“This city embraces its traditional low-country cuisine — southern cooking with a heavy dose of coastal oysters, crab, and shrimp.”

No. 8 Savannah, Georgia
“Voters love it best for its small cafés — home-cooking “neighborhood diners” with a local-ingredients bent.”

Number 7: Seattle, Washington
“A hot neighborhood for new restaurants is South Lake Union.”

Number 6: Portland, Oregon
“The super-green city has earned a reputation for its farm-to-table dining, well-crafted microbrews, and 200-odd food trucks.”

Number 5: Chicago, Illinois
“The Windy City ranked in the top 10 for burgers, big-name restaurants, and ethnic cuisine and — perhaps no surprise — took the top prize for pizza.”

Number 4: New York, New York
“New Yorkers can eat well at any price point and have embraced the food trucks and comfort-dining crazes.”

Number 3: Providence, Rhode Island
“Voters love the homey vibe of this New England city: they ranked it third for its hole-in-the-wall cafés, burgers, and pizza (which some locals like grilled).”

Number 2: San Francisco, California
“There are plenty of restaurants serving sustainable, seasonal cuisine.”

Number 1: New Orleans, Louisiana
“New Orleans won the survey for neighborhood cafés, and came in No. 2 for its zesty ethnic fare.”

(Photo of a salad from Muriel’s in New Orleans ©Susan McKee)

Leave a Reply