Marietta ranks No. 16 and Alpharetta ranks No. 21 when it comes to the highest concentration of coffee shops in the U.S.
A new study from Infogroup found the U.S. cities with the highest concentration of coffee shops are also more likely to be home to businesses that have adopted eco-friendly practices.
Even with coffee prices on the rise, you can’t stop java lovers in Georgia from getting their cup of Joe, and if you live or work in Marietta or Alpharetta, it’s pretty easy to stumble upon a coffee joint.
Cobb County’s Marietta and Alpharetta in North Fulton rank high on the list. Marietta comes in at No. 16 and Alpharetta ranks No. 21.
Western cities have the highest concentration of coffee shops, making up 8 of the top 10 cities (6 of those 10 being the state of WA). To determine the list of top cities for green adopters, Infogroup used data from its Green Adopters for businesses, which identifies B2B prospects that are most likely to adopt eco-friendly measures on a scale of 0 to 5 (with 5 being most likely).
Top 10 coffee-drinking cities in the U.S.:
Santa Monica, CA – 5.1 coffee shops per capita; 3.6 GA score
Redmond, WA – 4.9 coffee shops per capita; 4.3 GA score
Everett, WA – 4.5 coffee shops per capita; 3.9 GA score
Medford, OR – 4.4 coffee shops per capita; 4 GA score
Vancouver, WA – 4.2 coffee shops per capita; 4 GA score
Sarasota, FL – 4.1 coffee shops per capita; 2.4 GA score
Seattle, WA – 4.1 coffee shops per capita; 4.4 GA score
Auburn, WA – 4 coffee shops per capita; 3.7 GA score
Minneapolis, MN – 3.9 coffee shops per capita; 3.5 GA score
Bellingham, WA – 3.9 coffee shops per capita; 4.2 GA score
Atlanta, GA ranks at #60 on the top 100 list for top coffee-drinking cities in the U.S. (with a 2.3 Green Adopter score), as well as Marietta had a 3.4 Green Adopter score to rank No. 16 and Alpharetta ended up at #21 (with a 3.2 Green Adopter score) for top coffee-drinking cities.
Feel free to check look at the image which details the lists, including their specific Green Adopter scores (ranked out of 5), the city’s number of businesses and population.
Nothing wrong with that morning cup of coffee.