It's tough to resist the wonderful, delectable taste of cheese. Cheese is not only great on sandwiches, but also on nachos, chili-cheese dogs, and sometimes your vegetables. And let's not forget the fried mozzarella sticks...ahhh so much cheese!

You would think a Wisconsin city would be at the top of the new Best Cities for Cheese Lovers from LawnStarter. Think again! There is a new cheesy city at the top. Even the City of Sioux Falls made the list, but they are far from the cheesiest...."un-brie-lievably."

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The 2023 Best Cities for Cheese Lovers from LawnStarter "compared the 200 biggest U.S. cities based on cheese access, quality, affordability, and community interest." Some of the research that helped LawnStarter find the cheesy cities include the most cheese shops per square mile, most farmers markets that offer cheese and dairy products, and lowest average per-pound price for local cheese.

All right...let's cut to the cheese. These are the top 10 Best Cities for Cheese Lovers:

  1. New York, New York
  2. Madison, Wisconsin
  3. Chicago, Illinois
  4. San Francisco, California
  5. Los Angeles, California
  6. Washington, DC
  7.  Seattle, Washington
  8. Santa Rosa, California
  9. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  10. Atlanta Georgia

Some of the worst cities for cheese lovers that are cutting it include the following:

  • Jackson, Mississippi
  • Detroit, Michigan
  • Rockford, Illinois
  • Salinas, California
  • Kansas City, Kansas

So where does Sioux Falls rank on the 2023 Best Cities for Cheese Lovers? The city is somewhere in the middle ranking at 110. That sounds pretty "gouda" to me! However, maybe Sioux Falls is too "sharp."

If you want to see the full 2023 Best Cities for Cheese Lovers list, you can click here and say cheese!

9 Sioux Falls Streets Visitors Have A Hard Time Pronouncing

If you are visiting or new to Sioux Falls and trying to find your way around, chances are you really don't need to pronounce street names correctly. All you have to do is enter your destination into Google Maps and your phone will show you the way.

But what if you are trying to tell someone where your cool friend or family member lives in our fine city? Some of our streets and avenues have tricky spellings that may throw visitors for a loop when trying to sound them out.

No one is going to mess up on the big thoroughfares like Minnesota Avenue, Western Avenue, or Louise Avenue but what about these?

Food Network Shows That Have Been To South Dakota

Living here in the upper midwest we are don't end up on national TV shows very often. That's probably a good thing in the long run.

But it is pretty cool when something from South Dakota is on TV. Three shows from the Food Network family of shows have showcased South Dakota restaurants.

You may remember when Guy Fieri and Diners Drive-ins and Dives was in Sioux Falls in June of 2020 to visit some of our city's unique establishments.

A few years ago the Travel Channel Show Food Paradise visited Deadwood.

If you remember the 'golden age' of Foot Network, back when Rachel Ray was the queen of the channel, she took her show $40 a Day to Rapid City in 2005.

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