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Real estate website just released a report ranking the top U.S. cities based on the diversity of available dining options per household. Judging by the results, it seems that residents of major California hubs benefit from the most varied assortment of cuisines, with Golden State locales occupying the top three.

San Francisco sits atop the rankings, boasting the most restaurants per household in 14 different cuisines. Anaheim and Los Angeles placed second and third, respectively. San Jose also makes the list at no. 6, while Dallas, Texas, and Washington, D.C., round out the top five. Surprisingly, the nation’s largest metropolis, New York City, a place that takes great pride in its diversity, barely cracks the Top 10. According to the report, this is due to the sheer size of the city and its populace. NYC does lead the nation in total number of cuisines represented (98) and ranks fourth in restaurants per square mile, the report notes.

Check out the full rankings below — and some accompanying graphics with interesting location-based factoids.

1. San Francisco, CA
2. Anaheim, CA
3. Los Angeles, CA
4. Dallas, TX
5. Washington, D.C.
6. San Jose, CA
7. Chicago, IL
8. Fort Lauderdale, FL
9. Honolulu, HI
10. New York, NY
11. Atlanta, GA
12. Boston, MA
13. Charlotte, NC
14. Jacksonville, FL
15. Orlando, FL
16. Oakland, CA
17. Seattle, WA
18. Miami, FL
19. Raleigh, NC
20. Houston, TX