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Is San Francisco still the most brunch-obsessed city in the world? We're trying to find out.

Brunch at plow
Photograph: Yelp/Mahima D

Love it here? Hate it here? Either way we want to know. 

Last year, we asked 15,000 people around the world some big questions about the cities they lived in. What did we discover? For starters, San Francisco is the most brunch-obsessed city in the world (honestly, not surprised)! The 2018 Time Out Index revealed that 36% of us eat brunch on the regular, making us the city with the most brunchers. And while some of the other results are equally not-shocking—for example, San Franciscans are willing to wait 1.5 hours for a restaurant table—some of them are a little more scandalous (14% of San Franciscans think it's ok to send nudes to someone they've never met and 28% of San Franciscans have partaken in a threesome).

Now we want to find out if all that is still true. Are we over the whole waiting in line thing? Is Rooh still the best place to grab a bite at breakfast? Is the Golden Gate Bridge really the most-loved landmark? We’re aiming to answer these questions and many more, but we need your help. (Also, we're trying to topple Chicago from it's top spot as Best City in the World.) 

Take the Time Out Index 2019 now and tell us all about life in the Bay Area today. It’s fun and anonymous, it takes about ten minutes, and when you’re done, we’ll reveal your soul city: the place that you absolutely have to visit this year, based on your survey answers.

Start the Time Out Index survey now.

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