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Louisville Kentucky | #3 Best Food Destination in the World!!

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According to a recent article on Zagat.com named "The 8 Best Foodie Getaways Around the World",

- Louisville, Kentucky -

was ranked #3 in the world for one of the best food destinations!!

 

Obviously I am excited about the news as Louisville has also previously been ranked at #9 as a "Top 10 City to Raise a Family"

Ranked just behind #1 Okinawa, Japan & #2 Price Edward Island, Canada, Louisville was able to beat out prestigious places such as:

#4 Cornwall, England
#5 Puerto Rico
#6 Morelia, MexicoLouisville, Kentucky Relocation
#8 Ciaro, Egypt

This is just another ingredient to the recipe (pun intended) as to why Louisville is one of the best cities in the United States (and world!) to live, work, play, eat, visit & experience...oh, and buy a house of course! :)

 

 

 

Sean S. Williams
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1st Time Buyer & Relocation Specialist
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Comment balloon 2 commentsSean Williams • February 02 2012 04:13PM
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