Asheville area shows up in most-restaurant-dense map of US’s map show the most restaurant- and bar-dense U.S. cities — and includes the Asheville area:
“The eagle-eyed real estate trendwatchers at Trulia have drummed up a couple maps that divide the country into two opposing factions: restaurant cities and bar cities. While there is some overlap in touristy areas and also most of the state of New York, by and large coastal cities are restaurant cities and inland cities are bar cities. The biggest restaurant city is San Francisco, with 39.3 restaurants per 10,000 households…”

Thanks to Mackensy Lunsford for the heads up on this story.


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