With October 16th being World Food Day and restaurant prices rising 5.4% between July 2020 and July 2021, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on 2021’s Best Foodie Cities in America.

To determine the best and cheapest local foodie scenes, WalletHub compared more than 180 of the largest U.S. cities across 29 key metrics. The data set ranges from affordability and accessibility of high-quality restaurants to food festivals per capita to craft breweries and wineries per capita. Here are 2021’s best foodie cities in America.

  • 1. Portland, Oregon

  • 2. Orlando, FL

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  • 3. Miami, FL

  • 4. San Francisco, CA

  • 5. Austin, TX

  • 6. Sacramento, CA

  • 7. Denver, CO

  • 8. Las Vegas, NV

  • 9. Seattle, WA

    SEATTLE, WA – JUNE 24: Chef Edouardo Jordan Junebaby, Salare, Lucinda Grain Bar and his team prep food as WeWork and the James Beard Foundation host dinner and discussion about sustainability and food choices, bringing together Seattle’s top leaders in food, sustainability, public policy, business, tech, and media at WeWork on June 24, 2019 in Seattle, Washington.

  • 10. Tampa, FL

    TAMPA, FL – SEPTEMBER 25: Patrons at Irish 31 have dinner on the first day of full capacity seating on September 25, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis allows bars and restaurants to enter Phase 3 amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • 11. Los Angeles, CA

  • 12. San Diego, CA

  • 13. Portland, ME

    PORTLAND, ME – JULY 21: A lobster banner hangs in the doorway at Benny’s Famous Fried Clams on July 21, 2012 in Portland, Maine. A mild winter and warmer than usual spring caused lobsters to shed their shells six weeks earlier than usual which resulted in an overabundance of lobsters in the Northeastern United States that has driven down prices to record lows. Lobstermen hope to make at least $4.00 a pound to turn a profit but prices this year have been as low as $1.25 a pound.

  • 14. Oakland, CA

  • 15. Washington, DC

    BRISTOL, VA – JULY 29: In this handout image provided by The White House, President Barack Obama eats a nectarine following a town hall meeting at Kroger’s Supermarket July 29, 2009 in Bristol, Virginia.

  • 16. St. Louis, MO

  • 17. Grand Rapids, MI

  • 18. Chicago, IL

    CHICAGO – FEBRUARY 27: A hot-carved bratwurst sandwich smothered in sauerkraut on rye bread, a glass of Berghoff beer and fried chips are seen on the bar in the Berghoff Restaurant February 27, 2006 in Chicago, Illinois. The famous downtown Chicago eatery will be closing after 107 years on February 28.

  • 19. Atlanta, GA

  • 20. Houston, TX