Of the 100 cities included, New York City came out on top, followed by Seattle, San Francisco, Portland and Los Angeles.
Toledo, Ohio; Birmingham, Alabama; Detroit and Laredo, Texas, scored worst of the most populated U.S. cities.
For the second year in a row, Atlanta ranked 16th on the list.
Here’s more on how the city fared:
- Overall rank: 16
- Average spending on coffee per household: 16
- Coffee shops, coffee houses and cafes per capita: 18
- Average price of a cappuccino: 47
- Coffee and tea manufacturers per capita: 56
Plan to try out some local brew? Consider Dancing Goats, which earned the title best coffee in Atlanta inthis year's AJC poll.
Other coffee shops worth mentioning: Rev Coffee Roasters, Land of Thousand Hills, Revelator Coffee, Chrome Yellow Trading Co. and many many more.