Las Vegas among Best Coffee Cities this National Coffee Day

While Seattle is known for being one of the top places for coffee lovers, would you java a guess that Las Vegas is too?

WalletHub recently released its 2017 report of the Best Coffee Cities in America and Las Vegas No. 19 on the list. The top cities include Seattle, Portland, Oregon, San Francisco, New York City and Los Angeles. Reno comes in at No. 42 while Henderson is No. 81 and North Las Vegas is No. 97.

The report is based off a variety of factors, including the number of coffee shops, coffee houses and cafes per capita, prices for beverages and packs of coffee and average coffee spending among residents.

WalletHub's study was released before National Coffee Day, being celebrated at coffee shops around Las Vegas and the country on Sept. 29.

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In celebration of National Coffee Day, America First Credit Union is partnering with locally-owned Sambalatte café and espresso bar to provide customers a complimentary small beverage and pastry of choice. Patrons can visit Sambalatte at either the Boca Park or Jones and 215 Beltway locations between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Sept. 29 to participate.

Also in Sambalatte news, a new location will open at the Molasky Corporate Center, located at 100-110 City Parkway in downtown Las Vegas on Oct. 2.

The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf is celebrating National Coffee Day with $1 any size specialty drinks (excluding 32 ounce size) at Las Vegas neighborhood locations from 2 to 6 p.m.

Starting at 12:01 a.m. Sept. 29 through 11:59 p.m. Oct. 1, 7-Eleven's 7Rewards members can enjoy one any-size cup of coffee including all hot beverage cup sizes by redeeming a coupon through their 7Rewards app.

Offers.com also took a look at how people like their coffee. Perhaps surprisingly to some, 32 percent like it black, according to the website's data. Offers.com finds that 66 percent normally get their coffee at home while 52 percent of coffee drinkers spend $1 to $10 a week on coffee.

Nevadans also apparently like their coffee black and prefer to drink it at home.

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