Number of coffee shops per every 100,000 people in Boston, the leading city in the U.S. for coffee shops per capita, according to a study by the blog Overheard on Conference Calls. The number two city was Washington DC with 58 coffee shops per 100,000 people, and Seattle, the home of Starbucks, came in third with 56. (By the way, there are 142 Starbucks in Seattle alone). The cities with the fewest coffee shops were Laredo, TX; El Paso, TX; and Jacksonville, FL. Do cities with a great coffee scene drink more wine? Hmm. Can someone please study that?