CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Americans spend almost 10 percent of their disposable income on food and nearly a third of every food dollar on restaurant services, says financial website WalletHub.
But according to the website, Cincinnati is one of the best foodie cities for your dollar. Not only is food in the Queen City delicious, it's also affordable.
WalletHub ranked the 150 most populated cities to find the most and least economical by examining metrics like cost of groceries and number of restaurants per capita.
Cincinnati was ranked No. 5 in the country overall and first in the state.
Orlando made the top of the list followed by Grand Rapids, Mich., Madison, Wis. and Boise City, Idaho.
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