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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