Underrated US Cities?

This is inspired by the 'cities you can't imagine stepping foot in' thread. 

 

Last year I had to go to Lexington, KY for work and had very low expectations. But when I got there I had a great time. The downtown was fun, the food was good, the bourbon was obviously nice, people were friendly, etc. 

 

I'd be happy to go back anytime 

San Luis Obispo CA

spokane

When I saw the thread title I thought of Lexington. Appalachia is underappreciated. Knoxville is also good.

microMx -

San Luis Obispo CA

Its not underrated, its unknown. 

Now stfu about SLO before bunch of retarded OGers flock there

Spider Rico -
microMx -

San Luis Obispo CA

Its not underrated, its unknown. 

Now stfu about SLO before bunch of retarded OGers flock there

Are you fucking retarded?

Scranton 

Nashville

 

Was in Greenville South Carolina over July 4th. Was a nice place 

de braco -
Spider Rico -
microMx -

San Luis Obispo CA

Its not underrated, its unknown. 

Now stfu about SLO before bunch of retarded OGers flock there

Are you fucking retarded?

Yes. Are you?

Spider Rico -
de braco -
Spider Rico -
microMx -

San Luis Obispo CA

Its not underrated, its unknown. 

Now stfu about SLO before bunch of retarded OGers flock there

Are you fucking retarded?

Yes. Are you?

yes sir

Scottsdale, Arizona. So many hot women....

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Springville

PatK -

Nashville

 

Lol what? It's like the bachelorette party capital 

Flint, MI.

shaqitup - 
PatK -

Nashville

 

Lol what? It's like the bachelorette party capital 

I'm almost 50.

Nobody gave a fuck about Nashville until recently,

Hot Springs AR

Was pleasantly surprised by both Boise and Memphis.

Agree with Greenville SC and Lexington.

Biggest surprise city I've ever been to was Milwaukee. Had zero expectations and had a blast. 

Sogflop -

Hot Springs AR

Downtown is really cool. The track area is too. Outside of that it's kinda shitty.

 

Lots of cool history with the mafia and baseball stuff though.