In its latest poll, Quartz found that New York City had the best Starbucks coffee shops in the country, beating out all the other major cities and cities across the country.
It was the second-best place to eat in the United States and came in at the bottom of the list in terms of average calorie consumption per day.
In terms of number of coffee shops per capita, the city ranked a dismal 19th out of 20.
In total, the U. S. has roughly 50,000 Starbucks coffee bars, the equivalent of about 300 Starbucks coffee stores.
In its ranking of the top 10 best places to eat and drink, Quartz noted that the best place to meet new people was a popular destination for both men and women.
That being said, Quartz also noted that many cities and states in the U, such as the Mid-Atlantic and South, did not fare well in the ranking.
For example, the District of Columbia is ranked No. 1 for the number of Starbucks stores per capita but ranks 20th for average daily calorie consumption.
The rankings came after Quartz released a survey that looked at the health benefits of coffee consumption.
According to the survey, coffee consumption is the fifth-leading cause of death worldwide and accounts for the equivalent to one-third of all deaths worldwide.
For the most part, coffee is consumed in coffee shops.
The average daily coffee consumption for people aged 20-64 in the Washington, D.C., area is 6,000 calories per day, or just over half of what a typical person consumes in a day.
The survey was conducted between November 6 and 11, and surveyed 1,002 people, of which 1,016 were men and 1,014 were women.
Quartz also found that the U “has a lot of great coffee shops” and “caffeine is a huge part of the culture and history of this country.”
Quartz also looked at data on the prevalence of obesity among adults in the metropolitan area, which has risen steadily over the past decade.
The survey found that a whopping 27.6 percent of adults are obese, with more than one in five of those people reporting having either a BMI of 25 or greater and more than half having a BMI over 30.