Best Cities for Bagel Lovers

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5. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
> Overall score: 24.82/100
> Access rank: #5 out of 158
> Quality rank: #79 out of 158
> Popularity rank: #25 out of 158
> Population: 182,760

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4. Washington, D.C.
> Overall score: 26.04/100
> Access rank: #4 out of 158
> Quality rank: #83 out of 158
> Popularity rank: #8 out of 158
> Population: 705,749

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3. Boston, Mass.
> Overall score: 30.45/100
> Access rank: #3 out of 158
> Quality rank: #42 out of 158
> Popularity rank: #9 out of 158
> Population: 694,295

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2. San Francisco, Calif.
> Overall score: 39.75/100
> Access rank: #2 out of 158
> Quality rank: #5 out of 158
> Popularity rank: #7 out of 158
> Population: 881,549

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1. New York City, N.Y.
> Overall score: 87.74/100
> Access rank: #1 out of 158
> Quality rank: #1 out of 158
> Popularity rank: #1 out of 158
> Population: 8,804,190

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