Here Are the 10 Most Popular Restaurants to Instagram in the U.S.

12/08/2015 at 06:10 PM ET


Instagram just revealed the 10 most photographed restaurants in the United States — and we’re suddenly inspired to go on a massive road trip.

The photo app collected data on the geo-tags of food photos from around the country to determine the hotspots that inspire people to show off to their followers with pictures of delicious food.

Here are the 10 food destinations, from doughnut shops to seafood shacks, where you’re likely to be surrounded by people taking photos of their food. Don’t bother judging them — if you make it to any of these places, you’ll want to take a photos, too.

10. California Donuts (Los Angeles)

9. Voodoo Doughnut (various locations, including Portland, Ore.)

8. Perch (Los Angeles)

@kickhustle shows us all a #Sundaydoneright👌🏽

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7. Ladurée Soho (New York City)

6. The Frying Pan (New York City)

It's 5 o'clock somewhere #TheFryingPan #NYC #LobsterRolls #Boats

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5. San Pedro Fish Market and Restaurant (San Pedro, Calif.)

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4. Dominique Ansel Bakery (New York City)

3. Katz’s Delicatessen (New York City)

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2. Tao (Las Vegas, New York City)

Eat, Drink & Be Scary! #HalloweenWeekend

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1. Café Du Monde (New Orleans)

Happy eatingand photographing!

— Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda

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Carrie on

Its not surprising that the most instagrammed restaurants are in NYC and LA seeing as those two of the populated and tourist cities in the US— I’d love for People to highlight unknown restaurants in the midwest or smaller (major) cities across the country. It would probably help boost locally owned or small chain restaurants when people travel. I know we also look for locally owned restaurants when we travel since we can get chain restaurants at home

Sue on

That lobster roll platter from the Frying Pan looked Dee-lish!!!

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