Special Report

Cities Where People Go Out to Eat All the Time

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40. Durango, CO
> Restaurants per 100,000 residents: 127.8 (top 10%)
> Annual restaurant sales per capita: $1,084 (top 10%)
> Full-service to fast-food restaurant ratio: 1.4:1 (top 25%)
> Population: 53,994

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39. Taos, NM
> Restaurants per 100,000 residents: 163.8 (top 10%)
> Annual restaurant sales per capita: $793 (top 25%)
> Full-service to fast-food restaurant ratio: 2.3:1 (top 10%)
> Population: 32,961

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38. Brookings, OR
> Restaurants per 100,000 residents: 187.8 (top 10%)
> Annual restaurant sales per capita: $619
> Full-service to fast-food restaurant ratio: 2.8:1 (top 10%)
> Population: 22,364

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37. Laconia, NH
> Restaurants per 100,000 residents: 140.7 (top 10%)
> Annual restaurant sales per capita: $1,066 (top 10%)
> Full-service to fast-food restaurant ratio: 1.8:1 (top 10%)
> Population: 60,392

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36. Bozeman, MT
> Restaurants per 100,000 residents: 143.9 (top 10%)
> Annual restaurant sales per capita: $1,069 (top 10%)
> Full-service to fast-food restaurant ratio: 1.5:1 (top 25%)
> Population: 97,958

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