The foodie-focused publication FOOD & WINE has named 11 “under-the radar” culinary destinations in the U.S. and Indianapolis made the list. The magazine names seven up-and-coming big American cities for food lovers and four smaller urban locations that are making their mark.
“We celebrate our picks for the 11 American cities with the most dynamic and emergent food cultures,” said FOOD & WINE Editor in Chief Hunter Lewis. “Each met the criteria with their creativity, innovation, diversity, and deliciousness. It’s an exciting time for food in our country.”
In naming Indianapolis, the publication highlighted The Garage Food Hall at The Bottleworks District and the AMP food hall at 16 Tech Innovation District. It also showcased individual food entrepreneurs.
“The immense challenges of the last two years in particular have seen many chefs, restaurateurs, and makers leave bigger urban centers and return to their smaller home cities. This returning talent, plus a new generation of entrepreneurs, are spurring a burst of creativity, innovation and deliciousness in under-the-radar destinations all over the country,” said the publication.
The other larger cities include Boise, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Jersey City, Omaha, and Tucson.
The four smaller towns with populations less than 60,000 include Biddeford, Maine; Bozeman, Montana; Charlottesville, Virginia; and Greenville, South Carolina.
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