If you thought the Big Apple had literally nothing in the same way as the modest New Mexican city of Santa Fe, reconsider.
All things considered, New York City might be known for its upscale, feature making eateries, yet Santa Fe is pretty much as famous for its red and green chilies.
From the American South, where guests adored works of art like shrimp and corn meal, bacon-buttered chile cake, and browned green tomatoes, toward the West Coast—where eccentric worldwide toll of all assortments is coordinated with art craft beer—high scores for awesome eateries and unmistakably nearby charge impelled these urban communities to the highest priority on the rundown.
Significant urban communities, including Chicago and San Francisco, are not really astounding. The last has a yield of new eateries that are changing and gutsy—additionally just super great. However we discovered awesome, world-class suppers even in calm Savannah, Georgia, and far up the coast in Portland, Maine.
Wherever you travel in the United States, you’re probably not too far from one of the best food cities in the country.
No. 1: New Orleans
No. 2: Charleston
No. 3: New York City
No. 4: San Francisco
No. 5: Chicago
No. 6: Savannah
No. 7: Santa Fe
“For a little city,” in Santa Fe, the restaurant and food choices are exceptional. Others raved about the one of a kind, local dishes like carne adovada: braised pork including neighborhood meat, dried red New Mexican chilies, and Mexican oregano.
No. 8: Austin
No. 9: Portland, Oregon
No. 10: Portland, Maine
We were astounded by the sustenance scene here in Portland. Indeed, even the sustenance trucks were surprisingly remarkable. You can get the best fish sticks and french fries in Maine!