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www.wmfd.com - Don't let those whimsical cable cars and rainbow-colored Victorian homes fool you, San Francisco is one snobby city. }}" />

   
 
 
San Francisco Voted Most Snobby City By Magazine

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/3/2013  Don't let those whimsical cable cars and rainbow-colored Victorian homes fool you.    San Francisco is one snobby city.    At least that's the consensus of Travel Plus Leisure magazine's readers, who were asked to rank 35 major U.S. metropolitan areas on their snobbishness.    San Francisco was voted the city that holds its nose highest in the sky.    It was followed by New York City, Boston and Minneapolis-Saint Paul.   Santa Fe and Seattle tied for fifth.   The magazine cites San Francisco's reputation for being a serious foodie city as cause of its top ranking.
   
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