Few experiences in life trigger more shame and pleasure than cramming a greasy slice of pizza into your mouth at four in the morning. After a long night of heavy drinking, inhibitions are lowered, stomachs are uneasy, and the only food that seems capable of soaking up all that cheap liquor is a small mountain of melted cheese.

In an effort to decode America's longstanding relationship with the drunk munchies, GQ recently teamed up with Foursquare to find the most popular food spots in each state between the hours of 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. Unsurprisingly, pizzerias reigned supreme in the study, serving as the most popular late-night destinations nationwide. Eateries like Cook Out, Old Chicago, and Voodoo Doughnuts came out on top in at least two states each.

Still, the data also paints a fairly vivid portrait of America's deepest, darkest cravings when the civility of sobriety has been stripped away—and the results are shockingly diverse. From In-N-Out Burger on the West Coast, to New York's infamous Halal Guys, here, via GQ and Foursquare, are 10 restaurants and food trucks to flock to after throwing back a few beers.