For most Americans, whether it's making a cup of joe at home or stopping by the nearest coffee shop, having a cup of coffee in the morning is the key to having a good day.
A recent survey by the National Coffee Association found that 62% of Americans drink coffee every day, and of that 62%, the average person drinks three cups a day. Depending on where you live, the coffee scene in your area might be better than others. Luckily, WalletHub set out to find the best coffee cities in America.
To determine which cities were the friendliest to coffee-obsessed people, WalletHub looked at 100 of the largest cities in America and combed through data consisting of "12 key indicators." Some of those indicators consisted of the price of coffee drinks, affordable coffee shops, the average spending of coffee per household, the average number of households that own coffee makers, and the average Google search of the word "coffee."
So, which Minnesota cities are the friendliest to coffee lovers?
- No. 11: Minneapolis
- No. 62: St. Paul
Here are the 10 best cities in America for coffee lovers:
- Portland, Oregon
- San Francisco, California
- Seattle, Washington
- Orlando, Florida
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- Honolulu, Hawaii
- Tampa, Florida
- Miami, Florida
- San Diego, California
- Boston, Massachusetts
Click here to see the best coffee cities in America.