If you’re a little on the snobby side when it comes to food, Kansas City might be the place for you.
According to Travel & Leisure, Kansas City ranked third on a list of America’s best cities for food snobs.
That’s higher than Los Angeles and New York, in case you’re wondering.
The only cities that beat KC? Providence, R.I., and Houston, Texas.
The list was part of the magazine’s annual America’s Favorite Cities survey, where readers rank 38 cities based on their likable qualities.
“The city is more than just burnt ends,” the mag said of Kansas City. “It also ranked fifth for fine dining.”
Travel & Leisure recommended the newly-opened Cleaver & Cork to new visitors, and also mentioned Bluestem, The American and The Local Pig.
Another bonus of eating in KC? The low price tag.
“Eating well in Kansas City need not involve a huge investment,” the write-up said. “It won the survey for feeling affordable.”