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35 American Towns and Cities Named for Food

35 American Towns and Cities Named for Food


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American towns earn their names in all sorts of ways. Some are fairly straightforward, named for a founder, local rock formation, or historical event. Some have origins so bizarre or obscure that it’s hard to separate history from local legend.

Since we are about all things food and drink at The Daily Meal, we wanted to honor those places that have used food as inspiration in the naming process for their towns.

Click here for the 35 American Towns and Cities Named for Food Slideshow

We scoured old maps, documents, and the internet, searching for towns with the quirkiest food names across the country. The stories behind these towns are unique and surprising and might in some cases incite a little stomach-grumbling.

Do you love everything breakfast? Start your day in Two Egg, Florida, or Toast, North Carolina. Swing by Sandwich, Massachusetts for lunch, and drive through Chicken, Alaska, with a side of Fries, Virginia, for dinner. Don’t forget to finish the day in Popcorn, Indiana, or Pie Town, New Mexico! (You can hit Tea, South Dakota, if you’re having trouble sleeping later.)

The residents of Lick Skillet, Tennessee, Pig, Kentucky, and Nibley, Utah might want to take a few notes for future road trips.

Loosen your belt and enjoy our list of appetite-inducing American towns — delicious destinations that should be mandatory travel for all eating enthusiasts.

And after all that, if you’re still hungry for more, check out the best pizza, sandwich, soup and steakhouse in every state. Because there’s always room for seconds.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.


The 35 Weirdest American City Names

You know that thing where you repeat a word so many times that it loses its meaning? It made me realize that our lives are full of words that aren’t really words anymore, but often faces, places or memories. For example, the fact that my childhood best friend is called Luna (“moon” in Italian) doesn’t impress me much, even though the only other Luna I know of is from Harry Potter. I also don’t burst into laughter every time I visit my friend’s house in Viottolo Peloso (literally, “furry alley”) or act shocked when my mother tells me she’s picking up groceries in Sesso (which, yes, is Italian for “sex”). The weirdest city names become everyday vocabulary when you have them on speed dial.

This is also why I can’t blame distracted Americans for living their lives in certain towns and cities while ignoring that they have very silly names. All I’m going to do is list some of my favorites among the weirdest city names in the U.S.