One of the best parts of traveling to a new city is getting to experience all the food it has to offer. There are several cities in the United States that are world-renowned for their cuisines, and several big cities that are known for their expansive list of restaurants, cafes, and everything in between that offer visitors a variety of different dishes. Here are just a few of the best foodie cities in the United States to keep in mind before you plan your next trip.
1. Chicago, Illinois
Chicago is known for deep-dish pizza, available everywhere in the city from street vendors to five-star, gourmet restaurants. In addition to its world-famous pizza, Chicago is also known for hot dogs (specifically the “Chicago style” hot dog, loaded with toppings) and Italian beef. If you’re traveling to the midwest, stopping in Chicago for a meal is a necessity.
2. St. Louis, Missouri
Located just a short distance from Chicago, St. Louis is one of the most underrated foodie cities in the country. With high-quality barbecue and pizza featuring St. Louisan’s favorite cheese, provel, St. Louis gives other foodie cities some serious competition. Whether you’re just passing through on your way to Chicago or taking a trip for a procedure at the Institute of Natural Health (inhstl.com), you’ll love the endless food options in the city.
3. New York City
NYC is considered by many to be the perfect melting pot of different cultures, a sentiment that is reflected in the city’s wide variety of restaurants and specialty cuisines. Whether you’re craving Chinese food, pizza, or a sweet dessert, New York City has a restaurant that can satisfy your cravings.
4. Memphis, Tennessee
If you’re traveling to the Southern United States and looking to experience some authentic Southern comfort food, be sure to stop in Memphis. Famous for barbecue, the city of Memphis proudly serves some of the best Southern fried chicken dishes in the entire country.
5. New Orleans, Louisiana
Another Southern destination for foodies looking to experience a great meal is New Orleans. Famous for seafood dishes as well as traditional Southern cuisine like gumbo, New Orleans has a little bit of something for everyone to try. Plus, if you’re a foodie looking for a great place to get some high-quality cocktails or other drinks, NOLA is the perfect destination.
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