America's most caffeinated cities
A recent article in the online magazine Slate asked whether coffee was good for people, and reluctantly concluded, "The bulk of the flimsy evidence falls on the good-for-you side." The news would be welcomed by cities like Chicago, San Francisco and (of course) Seattle, all of which are ranked among the top ten most caffeinated cities in the U.S. in a recent survey by the website Bundle. See what the other cities are.
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Residents spending on coffee: 2.94 times the national average
Number of Starbucks per 10,000 people in Illinois: 0.323
Photo: A latte on top of coffee beans at Metropolis Coffee Company, 1039 W. Granville Ave., in Chicago, pictured here on Aug. 15, 2007. (Chicago Tribune photo by Heather Stone)