Map: Atlanta Has Too Many Waffle Houses

In the mood for extraordinarily cheap, generally tasty breakfast food? The map above—by mapsbynik—shows the density of Waffle Houses across the U.S. circa 2012, with the height of each bar representing the number of locations in each USGS 30x60 quadrangle.*

We took a look at IHOP vs. Waffle House data last year, but this 3D visualization emphasizes an important fact: Every single storefront in Atlanta is a Waffle House.

*30 minutes' latitude tall by 60 minutes' longitude wide. Here's New York's 30 x 60 quadrangles, for reference.

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[mapsbynik, via Reddit]