PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – File this under awesome.

Once again, Philadelphia was ranked among the top food cities in the country. This time the City of Brotherly Love was recognized by the Washington Post.

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The article says, “Helping fuel the fun: entrepreneur Stephen Starr, whose 21 local restaurants pulled in 2.6 million patrons last year. Williams-Sonoma has nothing on the charm and variety stocked by Fante’s Kitchen Shop in the historic Italian Market. Bottom line: The City of Brotherly Love knows how to cook, eat and drink.”

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Philly was ranked number 6 on the top 10 list, beating out both New York and Chicago.

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Portland, Oregon was ranked the top food city.