San Francisco came in at No. 4, followed by Sacramento at No. 6, then San Diego to complete the top 10. These three California cities scored as high as them due to the diversity, accessibility and quality of food, according to the report.
Los Angeles ranked #15.
Other California cities that made the expanded Top 100 list include Oakland, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Stockton, Glendale, and Huntington Beach.
If you’re looking to dine in the city that won the top honor, you’ll need to travel to the Pacific Northwest, where the city of Portland placed first.
Additionally, the study found that restaurant prices increased by 8% just between August 2021 and August 2022. Even cooking your own gourmet meals can be expensive, as grocery store prices increased by 8.3% between August 2021 and August 2022.
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