Who doesn't love a cup of Joe to wake them up in the morning? Whether it's before you head into work, drop the kids off at school, or just to feel more awake and lively, coffee has always been your "get it done" friend.
Coffee has been a staple in the American diet since the Boston Tea Party of 1773, when patriots to our nation threw the imported leaves into the harbor. Ever since then, Americans have been drinking that delicious brew and staying hard at work.
But it appears that some states love this hot beverage way more than others, and many would be surprised to see how hard, or how easy, it is for their fellow citizens to get access to the real magic beans.
Take a look and see how your region ranks from worst to best!
Top 5 Worst
Bigger doesn't always mean better in this case.
Why does Ohio have to be terrible at everything?
Greensboro, North Carolina
If it ain't sweet tea, they do not want it. Maybe South Carolina can do a better job...
North Las Vegas, Nevada
Not Pictured: Good coffee.
Okay, we may have an objection to raise here.
Are you ready to see the best places in America to get your cup of java?
Obviously, there are a lot of metrics to cover in order to rank the best and worst places to get coffee. This list pays attention to average price of coffee, how many people are drinking it, and number of affordable cafes in the area.
Does your city make the cut?
Top 5 Best
Of course, the birthplace of Starbucks would be at the top!
With all those hipster cafes, it's not surprising they would feature on this list.
San Francisco, California
You may not be able to afford to rent a place to live here, but you can at least afford a cup of coffee!
New York City, New York
Want it to go? It'll be ready in a New York minute!
Los Angeles, California
It makes sense that you can always grab a latte in the Center of the Universe!