Lubbock ranks 57th out of 100 for fast food - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/23/09

Lubbock ranks 57th out of 100 for fast food

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - If you were to rank the 100 biggest cities in America for fast food, where would Lubbock rank?   According to Men's Health Magazine Lubbock ranks 57th best (or 57th worst depending on your point of view.)

Arlington, Texas ranks first for the most McDonald's, Burger Kings, Wendy's and Taco Bells per capita. The survey also looked at how often people utilize a fast food restaurant. So, with Lubbock being on the lower half of that list, that's actually better than being at the top, from the Men's Health Magazine point of view.

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