Want java? Best cities for coffee

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Need a pickup? Coffee lovers can get their caffeine fix at some of these java hot spots across the country. These cities are known for brewing up some fine cups. So, for travelers in need of a perk after that long flight, here are some of our top picks:

Seattle

Seattle tops our list as one of the best spots across the country for energy boosting drinks. In 1971, the coffee giant opened its first store at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. Today, Starbucks now has over 24,000 stores around the world. Some favorite drinks of customers include the Frappuccino and Caramel Macchiato in addition to the traditional coffee drinks.

Location: Starbucks Pike Place Market 1912 Pike Pl Seattle WA 98101

New York

New York City offers an eclectic mix of coffee shops to suit every traveler’s tastebuds — from a $1 coffee from a corner deli to an upscale french-inspired bakery with $12 cups of cappuccino for sale. While the options are endless, Eater New York Magazine ranked The Smile Newsstand as the best coffee shop in town. Located in Tribeca, visitors can enjoy a wide range of coffee drinks and Brazilian Coconut water. Newspapers are complimentary.

Location: The Smile Newsstand 177 Franklin Street NY NY 10013

Boston

There is no shortage of coffee spots in the city of Boston. Visitors can find Au Bon Pain in Copley Place or get a freshly brewed Italian cappuccino in the city’s North End. But for a true Bostonian coffee drink, most locals will tell you to hit one of the Dunkin’ Donuts in town for an iced coffee drink. Founded in 1950, Dunkin’, based in Canton, Massachusetts, now has over 11,000 stores around the globe and is a Northeast favorite.

Location: Citywide

Miami 

Tourists will love Miami’s outdoor cafes and eateries, where patrons are encouraged to sit, relax, and enjoy a nice cup of morning joe. So where is the best? For that, we turned to Zagat. The Magazine ranked the hottest spots for a caffeine boost and recommend the Limited Edition Caffe & Vino Buono. The charming euro-inspired bistro invites guests to take a sip of their drip-brew coffee while nibbling on a fresh pastry.

Location: Limited Edition Cafe 7580 NE Fourth Ave Miami FL

 

 

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