A study done in honor of next week's World Food Day looked at the best and cheapest food scenes in the largest cities. The report looked at the cost of groceries, the number of food festivals and the amount of affordable restaurants rated at least four and a half stars.

Rochester has been named the 11th best "foodie" city in the country.

That is according to a study done by Wallet Hub, done in honor of World Food Day next week. The study looked at the best and cheapest food scenes in the largest cities.

The report looked at the cost of groceries, the number of food festivals and the amount of affordable restaurants rated at least four and a half stars.

The study noted in 2015, the National Restaurant Association reported that Americans spent more money at restaurants and food establishments than at grocer stores.