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Ranking The World’s Top 50 Best Cities For Foodies, 2018

As you might expect, with 94 confirmed national cuisines, New York tops the list of the top-50 foodie capitals of the world in Bott and Co’s new analysis on the world’s most diverse food scenes.

Of all the cities in the world, New York earned top honors with a whopping 94 national cuisines served around town, followed closely by London (89), Toronto (73) and Chicago (66). Paris, France ranked 6th overall with 65 national cuisines.

Dubai ranks eighth on the list due to 62 distinct national cuisines. As in New York, visitors to Dubai have no difficulty finding food from around the globe.

Analysts used Google Maps restaurant data on cities with a population of 1 million or more to determine which metros served the most national cuisines, such as Italian, Chinese, Ethiopian and more.

See the top 50 foodie capitals of the world at a glance:

1. New York, US – national cuisines: 94
2. London, UK – national cuisines: 89
3. Toronto, Canada – national cuisines: 73
4. Chicago, US – national cuisines: 66
5. Paris, France – national cuisines: 65
6. Berlin, Germany – national cuisines: 64
7. Melbourne, Australia – national cuisines: 64
8. Dubai, UAE – national cuisines: 62
9. Los Angeles, US – national cuisines: 61
10. San Francisco, US – national cuisines: 60

11. Montreal, Canada – national cuisines: 58
12. Tokyo, Japan – national cuisines: 58
13. Boston, US – national cuisines: 57
14. Sydney, Australia – national cuisines: 56
15. Philadelphia, US – national cuisines: 54
16. Madrid, Spain – national cuisines: 53
17. Portland, US – national cuisines: 53
18. Seattle, US – national cuisines: 53
19. Vancouver, Canada – national cuisines: 52
20. Brussels, Belgium – national cuisines: 50

21. Amsterdam, Netherlands – national cuisines: 49
22. Calgary, Canada – national cuisines: 49
23. Minneapolis, US – national cuisines: 49
24. Vienna, Austria – national cuisines: 49
25. Bangkok, Thailand – national cuisines: 48
26. Barcelona, Spain – national cuisines: 48
27. Frankfurt, Germany – national cuisines: 46
28. Milan, Italy – national cuisines: 45
29. Adelaide, Australia – national cuisines: 44
30. Atlanta, US – national cuisines: 44

31. Las Vegas, US – national cuisines: 44
32. Munich, Germany – national cuisines: 44
33. San Diego, US – national cuisines: 44
34. Baltimore, Maryland, US – national cuisines: 43
35. Edmonton in Alberta, Canada – national cuisines: 43
36. Houston, US – national cuisines: 43
37. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – national cuisines: 43
38. Manchester, UK – national cuisines: 43
39. Miami, US – national cuisines: 43
40. Orlando in Florida, US – national cuisines: 42

41. Ottawa, Ontario Canada – national cuisines: 42
42. Perth, Australia – national cuisines: 42
43. Singapore – national cuisines: 42
44. Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia – national cuisines: 40
45. Charlotte, North Carolina, US – national cuisines: 40
46. Denver, US – national cuisines: 40
47. Detroit, US – national cuisines: 40
48. Auckland, New Zealand – national cuisines: 37
49. Phoenix, Arizona, US – national cuisines: 37
50. Moscow City, Russia – national cuisines: 34

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