Are you hankering for a Whopper? How about a Gordita Supreme, or a bucket of Extra Crispy? According to numbers crunched by AggData for the Daily Beast, you’d have the best luck in Orlando, Fla., the U.S. city with the highest concentration of Burger King, Taco Bell and KFC restaurants per capita.
The Daily Beast/AggData wanted to identify the “urban headquarters of the country’s most prominent fast food joints,” so it tallied up the total number of restaurants of the 30 largest fast-food chains — including everything from Starbucks to Chick-fil-A and IHOP — in 500 cities, and then figured out which city was the capital of each chain. (More on Time.com: America’s 15 Most Active Cities)
Not surprisingly, there were some repeat offenders — er, winners. The home of Disney World is also home to a whopping 34 Burger King locations (14.4 locations per 100,000 residents), 24 Taco Bells, 22 Pizza Huts, 19 KFCs, 7 Chili’s restaurants, 9 Panera Breads and 6 Outback Steakhouses.
Other fast-food meccas: Louisville, Ky., with the most McDonald’s, Dairy Queen, Papa John’s and Applebee’s locations per 100,000 residents, and Richmond, Va., which claimed the most Olive Garden, Chick-fil-A and Hardee’s outposts per capita.
For the full list of chain-restaurant capitals, head over to the Daily Beast.