America's Snobbiest Cities
No. 14 (tie) Philadelphia
The home of the Liberty Bell showcases plenty of historic pomp: you can tuck into a braised rabbit at the City Tavern, where George Washington and other founding fathers once dined. Today’s up-and-comers, meanwhile, mingle on the outdoor cocktail lounges facing Rittenhouse Square, or down in South Philly’s Passyunk Square. The city’s most prevailing “haughtiness,” however, may involve face paint and foam fingers: the locals ranked highly for being sports-crazed.