Cafe Density Around the United States

Sonia Weiser

If you don’t like the coffee in your office, you’re not alone. According to the National Coffee Association’s National Coffee Drinking Trends 2015 survey, 44 percent of respondents were “less than ‘very satisfied’” with the quality of their workplace coffee—which helps explain why there are so many coffee shops in the U.S.

To get a better picture of just how many cafés there are in each state, FindTheHome and FindTheCompany collaborated on producing a map detailing the number of coffee shops per 10,000 people in every county. They also compiled a top 28 list of the most café-dense cities.

According to their findings, Miami Beach, Fla. is the most caffeinated city, with 21.70 cafés per every 10,000 people. And for all the New Yorkers complaining about the number of chain coffee shops on every block, you’ll be glad to know that New York City isn’t even in the top 28.