Buffalo Still Drinks
New Orleans in the big winner but Buffalo ranks 7th with 6.8 bars per 10,000 households:
Some cities actually do have a bar on every corner, and real-estate website Trulia set out to find out where they are.
Jed Kolko, chief economist for the San Francisco-based firm, examined data from the top 100 U.S. metros to determine the concentration of drinking and eating out across the country,posted online today. Using the U.S. Census’s County Business Patterns and 2010 demographic data, Kolko found that the coastal metros tend to have a greater concentration of restaurants, while New Orleans and Midwest metros have a greater concentrations of bars.