What Americans watched, ate, and spent money on in 2017
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Sometimes it feels like 2017 was all about President Donald Trump.
But Americans were obsessed with a bunch of other trends throughout the course of the year, too.
The team at Foursquare put together data
on what Americans watched, ate, and spent money on in 2017, from the solar eclipse to Aziz Ansari's "Master of None" on Netflix.
Check out the biggest trends of the past year below.
In January, people from around the world descended on Washington, DC for the Women's March.
Americans got more into self-care this year.
People made it to the theaters for the live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast."
Then came the instagrammable Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino.
Visits to New York's Storm King jumped after characters on Aziz Ansari's "Master of None" went there.
People really got into Negroni week.
Less people hit the gym in before summer.
Basically everyone watched the eclipse.
Chipotle finally added queso to the menu — but most people hated it.
Maple flavor may outpace pumpkin spice.
Fans in Houston piled into local bars to watch the World Series.
And overall, people have started to get way more into fine dining this year.