America's Best Cities

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What makes a city the most lovable in the nation? According to Travel + Leisure readers, it could be a mix of food, culture, and some funny accents.

No. 3 New York City (tie)

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The Big Apple prides itself on being a cutting-edge nerve center, and its top-five rankings embrace that hustle-bustle: extensive mass transit, on-the-go street food, and fabulous brand-name and indie boutique shopping. “The West Village is filled with good-looking people in awesome outfits,” says PR director Catherine Littlefield. Tech consultant Michelle Ndebele favors Brooklyn neighborhoods: “I love the jewelry at Artists & Fleas in Williamsburg, while Brooklyn Flea has lots of vintage items and is fun for an afternoon stroll.”

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America's Best Cities

No. 3 New York City (tie)

The Big Apple prides itself on being a cutting-edge nerve center, and its top-five rankings embrace that hustle-bustle: extensive mass transit, on-the-go street food, and fabulous brand-name and indie boutique shopping. “The West Village is filled with good-looking people in awesome outfits,” says PR director Catherine Littlefield. Tech consultant Michelle Ndebele favors Brooklyn neighborhoods: “I love the jewelry at Artists & Fleas in Williamsburg, while Brooklyn Flea has lots of vintage items and is fun for an afternoon stroll.”

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

See more Best of 2012 coverage.

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