Travel to most city websites on the network, and you'll be surprised at how many restaurants per capita than anywhere else. This argues San Francisco; Madison, Wisconsin; Washington, DC; and Shrevport, Louisiana. At least Canadian cities have the same claim.
So, which cities have a legitimate claim to the title of "Most restaurants per capita?" National restaurant Association (NRA) publishes a list of restaurants per capita in the state. According to the Association, California today most restaurants with a staggering 87255 food establishments. New York comes with a low 58 027. The first five surrounds Texas (53 631), Florida (41901), Pennsylvania (31 466).
In per capita terms in the state of Washington tops the list, according to ISNA. In the US capital, there are about 0.4 restaurants per 100 people. Secondly, in Montana .354 restaurants per 100 people. Conclusion of the first five NRA – Rhode Island (0,304 by 100), Vermont (.303 to 100), New York (100 .301). If you are a bit hungry, you can avoid the three states with the smallest restaurants Mississippi, Kentucky and Utah.
As for the cities of North America, a little harder to determine who can claim the title of the city with the most restaurants per capita.
Here are ten cities with more than 100 000 people who said so. But who is this claim? Who proposed to find the kitchen or just hungry buyers the choice? Who can claim the title of The Restaurant City.
In San Francisco – 744 230 people, and within it there are 2662 restaurants. There is no doubt that the standard of restaurants in Gulf exceptional. If you just turn on the San Francisco properly your density – 279 people in the restaurant. But as the housing costs of people living in the city, were reduced, and the number of businesses, including restaurants, San Francisco is distorted. If you count the metro area, the number of restaurants to increase to 4,300 restaurants (the nearest wine country of Napa and Sonoma, we will not include the hundreds). If you consider that the population of Metro 1768 176 and divide by 4300, you get a density of 1667 people per restaurant.
Winnipeg – a city on the edge of the Canadian prairies, which has a wide cross-section of immigrant communities all of which have their local ethnic cuisines. If you want French toast for breakfast, perogi and sauerkraut for lunch, as well as in the & # 39; etnamskiya imperial rolls for dinner, then this place. The city regularly argues that there are more restaurants than any other city. Some websites claim that the city has 900 restaurants but in reality there are only 478. With a population of 619,544 Winnipeg can claim only one restaurant for one thousand two hundred ninety-six snowy Canadians.
Victoria. This city on Vancouver Island and the capital of British Columbia, Canada, regularly says that he has "the second highest number of restaurants per capita of the population," which is apparently a clever psychology as the city has never declared that occupies the first place. With a population of 335,000 in the city claimed 265 Italian, French, Greek, East Indian, vegetarian, German, Dutch, Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, d & # 39; etnamskih and Thai snacks. That is, in Victoria has a restaurant on 1264 person. But with its spectacular location halfway between Vancouver and Seattle, you probably do not give a damn if it does not claim to be a little bit.
In New York, no one at home cooking, and by the time you've heard about the restaurant, it's probably closed. Restaurants open and close with alarming abruptness in the Big Apple. On average, New York City can apply for 650 dining places, ranging from the chic Lespinasse to the most delicious meals – most restaurants anywhere in the continent. But with 8,168,338 people only 2222 people in the restaurant can claim in New York. It may seem that every second building in New York – it's a restaurant, but they have to serve a plurality of vertically residents. This explains why it is difficult to find a table some nights.
Canadian city that can lay claim to a greater number of restaurants per capita – this Montreal, Quebec. With a little more than 5,000 restaurants in the metro island seems to have at least one restaurant on every street corner. Due to its diverse immigrant population and French majority, the city has all kinds of cuisine from Lebanese to continental French to native Canadian. About 3720000 Quebec live in the metro area, making Montreal the second largest French language in the world. Giving it a restaurant per capita 744.
If you leave Austin you enter Texas, and so is a proverb. This funky city in the heart of Texas has 1088 places for food in order to improve its reputation as Music City USA. This list includes only 128 institutions in the University of Texas or around it. The growing population of Austin is currently 690, 252, making them the number of people in the restaurant 634.
Louisville, where Kertuki Derby live, is a small town with just over half a million people. Pap John & # 39; s Pizza and Yum Brands, the parent company of A & W, KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, the two turn to Louisville their corporate home so it is not surprising that this city on the Ohio River has 1,089 restaurants. This is 510 people per restaurant.
Madison owns the rights to the title of "city with more restaurants per capita" and the capital claims to all his literature. However, to lay the actual number of restaurants is quite difficult. The list contains 437 best restaurants, serving two hundred twenty-one thousand five hundred fifty-one people in Wisconsin. But for each restaurant is just 506 people. Well only one third of this list.
Wichita, Kansas is not usually a city that comes to mind when you think about the kitchen. But with the help of an ethnically diverse workforce, the largest city in Kansas has a reputation for cultural diversity and is home to America. The 739 restaurants in the city there are only 360, 715 people. That means 488 people in the restaurant, which is good in the second list.
Dallas. In this city, a lonely single state, there are 1250950 people and a variety of restaurants that make up the 2666. Although the city is known for its barbecue and steak houses, there is an amazing mixture of great eateries – from chic to basic. This means that every restaurant, fast food restaurant and steak house in Texas's third-largest city boasts a potential pool just 469 people. Make this city the owner of the title of "City with the most restaurants per capita."