According to a recent poll, 63% of adult Americans said they drank coffee the previous day. That’s quite a lot of caffeine-infused individuals running around our cities. So, to that end, the folks over at WalletHub crunched the numbers to come up with the top 100 coffee cities in America. They looked at the nation’s 100 largest cities across 14 key metrics for coffee-lover friendliness using items such as coffee shops, coffee houses and cafés per capita to the average price of a pack of coffee.
“Coffee first became popular in the U.S. after the Boston Tea Party, when the switch was seen as “patriotic”….And since Starbucks debuted in 1971, the drink is now accessible almost anywhere you go…”