SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Those of us who live here know it, but now it's official, San Diego is one of America's top 10 foodie cities.
Wallet Hub has ranked America's Finest City ninth on their list of 2018's best cities for foodies.
“To determine the best and cheapest foodie scenes, WalletHub compared more than 180 U.S. cities across 29 key indicators of foodie-friendliness,” according to the article. “Our data set ranges from cost of groceries to affordability and accessibility of high-quality restaurants to food festivals per capita.”
San Diego ranked 60th for affordability and ninth in the “Diversity, Accessibility and Quality” category.
The site also praised our city for our craft breweries and wineries. We tied for first in the most craft breweries and wineries per capita.
San Diego wasn’t the only California city to be recognized. San Francisco came in second and Los Angeles came in fifth.
Coming in number one on the list was Portland, Oregon.
Sunny skies with above-average temperatures are expected throughout San Diego County. Low clouds and fog could return Monday night and temperatures are expected to cool through Wednesday.
Crews are on scene of an apartment fire in Chula Vista, that broke out early Monday morning, right across the street from an earlier fire involving two mobile homes.
Fire crews on scene of a fully engulfed fire as two mobile homes burn in Chula Vista Monday morning.
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A candlelight vigil got underway San Diego Sunday evening in remembrance of the 50 lives taken this week in Christchurch, New Zealand. Organizers said the vigil would also be a place to pray for an end to Islamophobia, racism, gun violence and more.
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