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Traverse City -tops another National chart- best small town for Food!

Foodie Finds: 10 Surprising Food Cities

Foodies worth their sea salt know metropolitan cities like Paris, New York City and San Francisco are considered food meccas. But diverse dining offerings and a deep-rooted food culture can be uncovered in smaller towns and cities, too. Livability.com has searched 200 of the most livable cities in America to find the 10 most surprisingly vibrant cities for foodies to flex their taste buds. These are cities and towns where gourmands can find some undiscovered gems. From farmers markets and independent restaurants to quality of life and cost of living, these aren't just some of the best cities for food — they're great communities for everyone. For more in-depth info about these great food cities, just click on the city names below. Bon appetit!

Traverse City Region was also voted #2 place in the USA  to live in 2007 and is the Cherry Capital of the World!

Moomers Ice Cream - Traverse City #1 Ice Cream shop in USA in 2008

Front St. in Traverse City voted one of top 10 streets in the USA in 2009

now best small town for food in the USA!

click link for top 10 cities http://www.livability.com/top-10/foodie-finds/10-surprising-food-cities

 

 

Known as the Cherry Capital of the World, the Lake Michigan resort town of Traverse City does a pretty good job with other foods, too. With plenty of award-winning restaurants, wineries, farmers markets and dairies, Traverse City has been called “a new foodie haven” by The Huffington Post, and Midwest Living magazine recently named it second on its list of the region's “best food towns.” At the heart of the accolades is an emphasis on the farm-to-table philosophy. At Trattoria Stella, where chef Myles Anton was nominated for a 2010 James Beard Foundation award, the menu of Italian fare takes care to note ingredients from local farms and dairies. For wine lovers, the city's Leelanau Peninsula and Old Mission Peninsula wine regions lie along the 45th parallel— the same latitude that gives the Bordeaux region of France its famous reputation. Get started with a self-guided foodie tour.

 

So this is our list of the top 10 of the best food cities that might surprise you. Agree? Disagree? What city (and why) do you think is missing from the list?

Check out our other Top 10 lists and discover more interesting facts about America's best places to live.

 

 

www.c21jb.com   for complete Traverse City area links and information for entertainment, dining, lodging, recreations, shopping, transportation, REAL ESTATE, and more!

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Posted: Thursday, April 08, 2010 8:38 PM by Jon Becker
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