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Top cities for restaurant lovers

New Orleans has some great seafood options, as well as land fare.

New Orleans has some great seafood options, as well as land fare.

If you love to go out to eat, there may be many cities across the country that are made for you. Whether you like grabbing lunch with diverse cuisine options, or want to try new things for dinner, plenty of options are available. With so many different cultures and flavors throughout the country, finding a city that caters to you may be great. Getting the right city may be the hard part, as once you do, all that is needed is for you to contact your moving company and get set up for your relocation.

New Orleans
When it comes to unique food culture, New Orleans may be close to the top of the list. The city has food options with influences from multiple areas and cultures, and local chefs and families have made it their own over the years. While you can get seafood just about anywhere, the city has its own take on the food type, as well as many others. Some of the top restaurants in the city are doing better now than they were ever before, Esquire notes. These include Commander's Palace and Brennan's. Whether you are new to Cajun and Creole cuisine, or it is an old familiarity, it may be a good idea to go back to where it all started.

Rhode Island has plenty of interesting food options, and it all comes together in Providence. The city has more than 24 restaurants for every 10,000 homes, MarketWatch explained. This can make for many fun restaurant choices. Luckily, there is also an affordability factor in the city, as it is one of the cheapest areas to live in New England. Food lovers in the region may flock to Boston or New Haven, but they may be overlooking Rhode Island's capital.

New York City
If you want a place with nearly every food imaginable, New York City likely is that spot. The city is so large, there is probably even more than one option for some of the rarest foods in the country. There are approximately 20,000 restaurants in the city alone, Esquire noted. This can make it easy for those who want to explore new food choices, or hit up old favorites. Food is available with pretty much any price tag attached, so there's always something to enjoy.

Portland, Oregon
Oregon may not immediately come off as a place with a wide variety of food for some, but they likely haven't visited Portland. The city has 24 restaurants for every 10,000 households, MarketWatch said. This could make for a great spot for food lovers on the West Coast. Home prices are reasonable in the region, as well, which may help encourage someone to visit this food-lovers paradise. Also, if you want to avoid one of the much bigger cities on the West Coast, Portland could be a perfect spot for you.

Portland is not alone as a great spot to grab food in the Northwest. Going up the coast a little bit will bring you to Seattle, which is the home of many great restaurant and other eatery options. One of the best places for someone to grab food may be the Pike Place Market, Esquire added. This is because it has some of the top restaurants in the city, and the chefs are all well-regarded. Some of these include Etta's Seafood and Canlis. With a diverse climate, this city could be more attractive for those who don't like the constant barrage of hot weather seen in some other parts of the country.