Best Coffee Cities

Coffee’s a good thing to be addicted to, because you can publicly declare your love for it.  Like, if you’re addicted to heroin, you can’t post on Instagram, “I am sooooo obsessed with heroin!”  But coffee?  Sure, go nuts.

A new study by WalletHub.com found the best and worst cities for people who love coffee.  They based it on things like the average coffee prices, the number of coffee shops, and the Yelp reviews the coffee shops got.

And the best cities for coffee are . . . Portland, Oregon and Seattle.  I’m not sure any other two cities would’ve made sense.  Here’s the rest of the top 10 . . .

Minneapolis . . . Pittsburgh . . . Orlando . . . San Francisco . . . New Orleans . . . Madison, Wisconsin . . . Cincinnati . . . and Scottsdale, Arizona.

The worst city for coffee is Laredo, Texas.  Here are the rest of the 10 worst . . .

Toledo, Ohio . . . Memphis . . . Detroit . . . San Bernardino, California . . . Fresno, California . . . Aurora, Colorado . . . Riverside, California . . . Stockton, California . . . and El Paso.

(WalletHub