Which southern state has the best hospitality?
I know it's hardly Georgia, the Yanks has made it hostile. North Carolina, I'm not sure.
I'm not interested in the plains states. I'm from the south, but moved away
Why answer the question, if you don't like the US south then? I'm a native southerner and I find the south one of the most diverse parts. I moved away up north and I hate it here.
- CharlesLv 62 months agoFavorite Answer
Probably parts of Texas and Arkansas.
- Not ApplicableLv 62 months ago
Hospitality is largely based on the way you interact with people. Southern hospitality is largely a tourist gimmick to get you to spend money. Actually, I have found more genuine hospitality in the Plains states.
- NavyCrabLv 72 months ago
Personally, I would say none of them.
In my personal opinion, based on my experience while I was in the Navy and stationed down South (and having been sent to many Southern states), I feel that the "Southern Hospitality" reserves for only white people.
I will never cross the Mason-Dixon Line again, if I can help it.