If you are lucky enough to live in San Francisco, Portland or New York, then you've probably experienced top-notch treats and Instagram-worthy meals, according to a new report.
Wallet Hub analysts narrowed down the best and cheapest foodie scenes across more than 180 U.S. cities where foodie culture is thriving for residents and visitors alike.
Cities were judged based on food affordability, diversity, accessibility and quality.
Here's the top 5 best foodie cities in America:
1. San Francisco, California
The Golden City ranked #1 overall, placing first in diversity, accessibility and quality. If you're up for the 8 hour drive, head down to the High Dive Bar & Grill in San Diego where you can try their massive 1-pound patty, dubbed the Kraken. Watch below.
2. Portland, Oregon
The "City of Roses," known for its damn good coffee and cannabis-friendly shops, ranked #2 overall. Circa's travel and leisure reporter, Nathalie Basha, got her Portland food fix while on a mystery vacation. Watch below.
3. New York, New York
There's no limit to the variety of foodie goods you'll stumble upon in the Big Apple, which is in part why the City ranked #2 in diversity, accessibility and quality and #3 overall. Whether you're looking for breakfast dumplings, artsy traditional Indian dishes or a simple churro s'more, NYC's got you. Watch below.
4. Los Angeles, California
There's no shortage of devilish good food in the "City of Angels." From naked sushi that will leave you drooling for more to a Korea-inspired pizza fit for a king. (It's called the "Kingsley." See what we did there?) Watch below.
5. Miami, Florida
Miami comes in as the fifth best foodie city on the Wallet Hub list. Check out this star-shaped pizza from a pizzeria in Miami.
Check out the fill list of cities ranked here.