What do you look for in a city – great transport links, good schools, plenty of nightlife ... great coffee?
WalletHub has ranked the top 100 cities in the US for coffee lovers, based on 12 metrics, including number of coffee shops, price and of course, free Wi-Fi.
Portland, Oregon comes out on top while perhaps the US’s most famous coffee city, Seattle – not too far from Portland – is second. Minneapolis is third, while Pittsburgh and holiday hotspot Orlando take fourth and fifth places respectively. New York and Los Angeles don’t feature – we’re currently waiting for a response on why.
Delving deeper into the data we can see that San Francisco has the most coffee shops per capita, while Fort Worth, Texas has the least; the lowest average price of a cappuccino is in Louisville, Kentucky, while the highest is in San Jose, California; and Boston has the most donut shops per capita.
See the top 20 below, where you’ll also find an interactive map, and click here for the top 100 and more information on the methodology used to gather the data.
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