America’s Most and Least Attractive People

Which cities have the most eye-catching locals? According to Travel + Leisure readers, attractiveness may be next to friendliness, but a few beaches don’t hurt, either.

Least Attractive No. 6 Pittsburgh

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Locals in this Rust Belt city might argue that beauty is in the eye of the beholder—or, more bluntly, it depends on what color jersey you’re wearing. The home of the Steelers won the survey for its sports fans, who are on full black-and-gold display at Jerome Bettis Grille 36 (or “Bettis”), located near Heinz Field and famous for its 50 TVs and a 36-ounce, bone-in New York strip steak. The hometown of ketchup also excelled at pizza and sandwiches. The kielbasa, bologna, or pastrami masterpieces from Primanti Bros. come topped with coleslaw and French fries. Pittsburgh locals also ranked in the top 10 for being welcoming—unless, perhaps, you show up in a Ravens sweatshirt.

America’s Most and Least Attractive People

Least Attractive No. 6 Pittsburgh

Locals in this Rust Belt city might argue that beauty is in the eye of the beholder—or, more bluntly, it depends on what color jersey you’re wearing. The home of the Steelers won the survey for its sports fans, who are on full black-and-gold display at Jerome Bettis Grille 36 (or “Bettis”), located near Heinz Field and famous for its 50 TVs and a 36-ounce, bone-in New York strip steak. The hometown of ketchup also excelled at pizza and sandwiches. The kielbasa, bologna, or pastrami masterpieces from Primanti Bros. come topped with coleslaw and French fries. Pittsburgh locals also ranked in the top 10 for being welcoming—unless, perhaps, you show up in a Ravens sweatshirt.

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