The 20 Most Caffeinated Cities

What are the caffeine capitals of the U.S.? The Daily Beast compared the stats from urban centers across the country to find out where the best buzz can be found.

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#1. Seattle, Washington

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 35
Caffeine survey rank: 2
Average monthly spending on coffee: $36

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#2. Portland, Oregon

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 28
Caffeine survey rank: n/a
Average monthly spending on coffee: $33

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#3. San Jose, California

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 20
Caffeine survey rank: n/a
Average monthly spending on coffee: $34

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#4. Denver, Colorado

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 18
Caffeine survey rank: n/a
Average monthly spending on coffee: $32

#5. San Francisco, California

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 20
Caffeine survey rank: 11
Average monthly spending on coffee: $30

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#6. Chicago, Illinois

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 10
Caffeine survey rank: 3
Average monthly spending on coffee: $29

#7. Phoenix, Arizona

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 11
Caffeine survey rank: 10
Average monthly spending on coffee: $33

#8. Los Angeles, California

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 13
Caffeine survey rank: 5
Average monthly spending on coffee: $26

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#9. New York, New York

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 8
Caffeine survey rank: 4
Average monthly spending on coffee: $27

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#10. Boston, Massachusetts

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 9
Caffeine survey rank: 8
Average monthly spending on coffee: n/a

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#11. Washington, D.C.

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 12
Caffeine survey rank: 12
Average monthly spending on coffee: n/a

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#12. San Diego, California

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 16
Caffeine survey rank: 18
Average monthly spending on coffee: $29

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#13. Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 8
Caffeine survey rank: 7
Average monthly spending on coffee: $26

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#14. Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 15
Caffeine survey rank: 17
Average monthly spending on coffee: $26

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#15. Houston, Texas

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 8
Caffeine survey rank: 9
Average monthly spending on coffee: $27

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#16. Cleveland, Ohio

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 8
Caffeine survey rank: n/a
Average monthly spending on coffee: $24

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#17. Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 7
Caffeine survey rank: 16
Average monthly spending on coffee: $30

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#18. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 8
Caffeine survey rank: 14
Average monthly spending on coffee: $23

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#19. Detroit, Michigan

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 8
Caffeine survey rank: 13
Average monthly spending on coffee: $21

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#20. Atlanta, Georgia

Coffee shops per 100,000 residents: 8
Caffeine survey rank: 19
Average monthly spending on coffee: $25