Fast food continues to be very popular in the United States. In fact, on a daily basis today, an estimated 84.8 million American citizens consume fast food, spending an average of $1,200 per year on it, with this data coming from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The team at How Long To Cook looked at this even more in-depth with this new infographic, to determine which cities across the United States have the most fast food restaurants per capita. With 18.4 fast food restaurants per every 100,000 residents, it's Orlando, Florida that takes the top spot on these rankings, and could arguably be referred to as the fast food capital of the United States. Other cities that have high rates of fast food restaurants per capita include Las Vegas, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Miami, Cleveland, Tucson, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Atlanta. The city with the lowest rate, according to the research, was found to be Manhattan, New York. Which fast food restaurant is your personal favorite?