America's 5 New Foodie Cities

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You can find uni butter in any backwoods burg these days. However, some unexpected cities are becoming gastro destinations, seizing upon local products and traditions. And where great food lives, great wine service follows, even though these restaurants haven’t made our 100 Best list this year. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as culinary capital? Read on. 

—Nils Bernstein and Alexis Korman

While these cities are making big strides in the foodie world, check out Wine Enthusiast's ultimate guide to wine-centric dining destinations >>>

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America's 5 New Foodie Cities

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