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Miami Food Rankings for Travel+Leisure America's Favorite Cities Poll

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America's Favorite Cities is an annual Travel+Leisure reader's poll. The 2009 results are in and Miami is ranked number one for hottest people and number 29 (out of 30) for intelligent ones.

As far as food and dining goes, we ranked eighth for Big Name Restaurants, sixth for Ethnic Food, tenth for Cafes & Coffee Bars, 29th for Farmers Markets, and 25th for Neighborhood Joints.

In the farmers market category the only place that did worse was Las Vegas. For ethnic food, we were bested by New York, New Orleans, Chicago, San Francisco, and San Antonio.

The poll seems to have been conducted via the magazine's website over the summer. No tabulation info is given. Nor is the number of responses.

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