America’s Best Cities For Coffee Lovers! Guess Who Made The Top 10!


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Judging by the excitement that surrounds every new Starbucks creation, it’s safe to say lots of Americans are obsessed with coffee. But not everyone gets their caffeine fix from Starbucks, with a lot of people preferring local chains to huge franchises.

September 29th is National Coffee Day and in honor of the occasion, WalletHub set out to determine which are the best cities for all those coffee lovers. The site looked at 100 of the biggest cities in the U.S. and judging them on 12 different factors Those factors include coffee shops, coffee houses and cafés per capita as well as the average price per pack of coffee, share of households owning coffee makers and more. Topping the list this year is Portland, Oregon, which scores a 64.29, followed by San Francisco, which scores a 63.40.

Here is the Top 10 list:

1. Portland, OR

2. San Francisco, CA

3. Seattle, WA

4. Orlando, FL

5. Pittsburgh, PA

6. Honolulu, HI

7. Tampa, FL

8. Miami, FL

9. San Diego, CA

10. Boston, MA

Other results from the report: Folks in Fremont and San Francisco, California spend the most on coffee per household, while those in Hialeah, Florida spend the least. Santa Ana, California, has the highest percentage of adult coffee drinkers, while Birmingham, Alabama has the lowest. Fremont, California has the highest number of households who own coffee makers, while Detroit, Michigan, has the lowest. Orlando, Florida has the most coffee shops, houses and cafes per capita, while Laredo, Texas has the least.

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