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Is Asheville a prime foodie location? Guaranteed, but it wants get the job done.

U.S. Information & Globe Reviews released a listing of the “Best Foodie Metropolitan areas in the U.S.”

San Francisco, Chicago and New York Town created the slice. Regional neighbors Nashville, Charleston and Savannah did, too.

Asheville did not.

“All of these are substantially bigger towns so I’m not even absolutely sure we would qualify by what ever metrics they used to acquire the list,” mentioned John Fleer, chef/operator of Rhubarb. “Regardless, all lists need that some worthy candidates be excluded. Feel of the Oscars or even a listing of the finest hikes in WNC. There are often worthy performances or wonderful walks that don’t make the checklist of ‘best.’ And sometimes it’s superior to be a concealed gem.”

U.S. Information & Globe Report’s listing mentioned that standout foodie cities have eateries that offer “distinctive cultural fare,” hometown dishes and continually shifting menus, plus new dining places that attract foodstuff critics and locals.