For some people, coffee is more than just a wake-up call or mid-afternoon pick-me-up. It’s a ritual, a time-out, an icebreaker. And no place embraces that next-level caffeine lifestyle than New York City, which was ranked the No. 1 coffee city in the country (sorry, Seattle). New York has more shops, houses, and cafes per capita than anywhere else; it’s even home to the U.S.’s second-ever Starbucks Roastery (the other one is actually in Seattle).
“New York is a dynamic city unlike any other, and has an impressive and unique coffee culture where customers are truly passionate,” says Erin Shane Riley, a senior communications manager at Starbucks. “Since opening the first Starbucks store in New York in 1994, we’ve been proud to be a part of this thriving scene. The Starbucks Reserve Roastery was designed to be the ultimate coffee experience.”
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