Is Philly one of America’s snobbiest cities?

 (Caitlin Steiner/for NewsWorks, file)

(Caitlin Steiner/for NewsWorks, file)

Philadelphia is tied with Kansas City as the 14th Snobbiest City in America, according to Travel + Leisure

The list describes Philly as full of “historic pomp,” highlights the City Tavern as a place where “George Washington and other founding fathers once dined,” and mentions Rittenhouse Square and Passyunk Square as where “up-and-comers mingle.”

However, it labels Philly’s snobbiest trait to be its “sports-crazed” locals.

What do you think makes or doesn’t make Philly snobby?

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