Chicago is America's Most Caffeinated City

We were a bit surprised to hear that Chicago is the USA’s most Caffeinated City. Quite the award, but then again it’s not all that shocking when you consider you can’t throw a stone  within the city center without hitting a Starbucks… or Potbelly’s… or Goddess & Grocer (yum!)… or Au Bon Pain… Metropolis.  We all love our Intelligentsia too, you get the point.  This all according to a recent survey from the website Bundle.  You would think the title would go to Seattle, New York City or San Francisco.  Heck, even Los Angeles and Portland drink a lot of coffee to think of it.  But fortunately (or unfortunately if you’re not sure whether coffee is actually good for you or not), Chicago comes out as the top city for coffee consumption.  Hmm- maybe a Chicago Coffee Tour is in order!

Here are some of the stats on the coffee drinking habits of Chicagoans:

Residents spending on coffee: 2.94 times the national average

Number of Starbucks per 10,000 people in Illinois:

Let’s end with our favorite Coffee Quotes:

I don’t have a problem with caffeine.  I have a problem without caffeine!
-Author Unknown


A morning without coffee is like sleep.
-Author Unknown

Starbucks says they are going to start putting religious quotes on cups. The very first one will say, ‘Jesus! This cup is expensive!’
-Conan O’Brien

Chicago Food Planet offers a variety of awesome walking food tours in Chicago

Discover Chicago’s hottest foodie neighborhood as you nosh on cuisine from the master chefs that started a dining revolution.

Tour Length3 Hours
Cost$99 Adult With Alcohol | $85 Adult (no alcohol) | $50 Adolescent | Free Child (6 & Under)
Tour Distance0.6 Miles
NeighborhoodsWest Loop

Sunday Funday never tasted so good! Hop on this fast-paced tour as we brunch our way around Wrigleyville!

Tour Length3 Hours
Cost$85 Adult With Alcohol | $65 Adult (no alcohol) | $50 Adolescent | Free Child (6 & Under)
Tour Distance0.8 Miles
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