New York America’s Ninth Most Caffeinated City

New York may be the most competitive city in America, but it can’t win at everything.

And so it is with some sadness that we relay the following news: New York City, according to the Daily Beast, ranks No. 9—nine!—in its tally of the most caffeinated cities in the United States.

On average, New Yorkers spend $27 a month on coffee, and, per 100,000 residents, the city has about eight coffee shops. Compare that to reigning coffee consumer Seattle, where residents spend a much more impressive $36 a month on coffee, and where there are 35 coffeeshops per 100,000 residents.

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New York America’s Ninth Most Caffeinated City