On Tuesday, LawnStarter released a list outlining the top cities in the U.S. for “fast food lovers” ahead of National Fast Food Day on Nov. 16 and a number of Texas cities made the list.
To compile the list, the company compared some of the largest cities in the U.S. and ranked these areas based on “on access to fast food restaurants and food delivery services” and also accounted for the “quality of the food” using Thrillist’s Fasties Awards consumer ratings, according to a blog post about the roundup.
Overall, Orlando claims the top spot in the rankings with a No. 1 “access rank” and a No. 33 quality rank, followed by Houston, Phoenix, Chicago and Las Vegas, in order. Los Angeles, San Diego, New York, Louisville, Ky. and Austin, Texas round out the top 10, in order.
In total, nearly two dozen Texas cities made the rankings.
Best cities for “fast food lovers”: Texas cities and ranking
San Antonio at (14)
Frisco at (25)
Garland and Amarillo tied at No. 91
Mc Allen (99)
Forth Worth (107)
Corpus Christi (121)
Midland and El Paso tied at No. 140
Grand Prairie (161) (tied)
Written by R. Dallon Adams