- Najja Parker The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
There’s nothing like a fresh cup of joe to start your morning. But where do you grab your brew?
ATL came in at No. 16, while Seattle and Portland placed first and second, respectively.
The personal finance site, determined its results by examining the 100 most populated cities across 14 key metrics including affordable coffee shops, average price of coffee and presence of coffee-centric events.
The Peach City earned a spot in the top 20 thanks to the number of coffee shops, coffee houses and cafes per capita. It was No. 13 in that category. It also ranked high on the average spending on coffee per household list at No. 18.
Overall, California dominated the round-up, with five of its cities among the top 20. San Francisco was No. 3, Los Angeles was No. 5, San Diego was No. 6, Oakland was No. 13 and Long Beach was No. 17.
Want to know how the other areas fared? Take a look at the map of findings below.