Using data from users all over America who've opted to enable their Google Location History, the design studio Polygraph teamed up with the Google News Lab and put together a series of static and interactive visualizations ranking cities and counties by their most popular types of restaurants. Specifically, they mapped the relative popularity of eight types of restaurants: pizza, Italian, Chinese, burger, BBQ, seafood, steakhouse, and sandwich shop.
As you'll notice, pizza dominates the Midwest, sandwiches are big in the Mid-Atlantic, and Mexican takes the top spot across a huge part of the south and west.
And while some of the findings may seem a bit obvious, others are a little surprising. To give you a clearer picture, they also broke down which major cities are particular "capitals" for a certain cuisine. For instance, Washington, DC is both the national and burger capital (could this be Trump-related?), and Orlando loves... sandwiches? Take a peek below to see what other cities earned a mention.