I'm not sure anyone would seriously call themselves a "foodie" anymore . . . that term feels like it's OVER, like "metrosexual" or "staycation."
But if you still like to do all the stuff that comes with being a foodie . . . like going out to new restaurants, buying local produce, taking cooking classes, and trying good wines . . . this list is for you.
WalletHub.com just ranked more than 180 of the biggest cities in the country from the best "foodie" spot to the worst. And they used 29 different factors, including food prices, restaurants per capita, farmers' markets, cooking schools, and wine tours.
And the best city in the country is . . . Portland, Oregon. Here are the rest of the top 10:
San Francisco . . . Miami . . . New York City . . . Los Angeles . . . Orlando . . . Las Vegas . . . Seattle . . . San Diego . . . and Austin, Texas.
The worst "foodie" city is . . . Pearl City, Hawaii. Here are the rest of the 10 worst:
West Valley City, Utah . . . Montgomery, Alabama . . . Augusta, Georgia . . . Jackson, Mississippi . . . Dover, Delaware . . . Columbus, Georgia . . . Moreno Valley, California . . . Fayetteville, North Carolina . . . and Chattanooga, Tennessee.