Density Maps of US Fast Food Burger Chains Via @fanmaps

Density Maps of US Fast Food Burger Chains Via @fanmaps
United States•Via: Maptitude/caliper.com•“Maptitude created density layers for 12 of the largest U.S. burger chains to visualize the distribution of those restaurants.”•“McDonald's is by far the largest national chain (14,000 stores) and has substantial coverage across the United States. Burger King, Wendy's, Dairy Queen, and Sonic all have over 3,000 stores and national coverage, though Sonic restaurants skew more heavily to the South. CKE Restaurants Holdings operates both Carl's Jr and Hardee's, and you can see a distinct East/West split between the two brands. Among the smaller chains, only Five Guys (1,200 stores) has a national presence with no particular regional dominance. The remaining restaurant chains all tend to be more regional in scope. Jack in the Box (2,300 stores) is concentrated on the West Coast, Arizona, Texas, and St. Louis, Whataburger (814 stores) is primarily in Texas, Steak 'n Shake (549 stores) is primarily in the Midwest and Southeast, and White Castle (412 stores) is concentrated in the Midwest and New York City.”•Like what I share? Curating this page demands a huge effort. Help me keep my work, buy me a coffee via paypal: ko-fi.com/fanmaps (link in my bio).•Help us grow our community: Tell a friend about our page!•#map #world #country #population #cartography #geography #earth #globe #people #planet #history #economy #usa #america #burger #fastfood #mcdonalds #burgerking #wendys #whataburger #dataviz #infographics #datavisualization #interesting #cool #instafacts #woah #picoftheday #amazing #factoftheday

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