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Don't limit your cappuccinos today

It's National Cappuccino Day! Finally an excuse to drink excessive amounts of caffeine (not that anything stops us anyway).

So don't put a cap on the number of cappuccinos you get to drink today. After all, who couldn't use a pick-me-up on hump day?

And here are some local spots to check out in case you want to cafe hop:

Sweet_ness 7 Cafe, 220 Grant St.

This cute shop has a great local vibe and, more importantly, a great cappuccino ($4.50) on the menu.

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Public Espresso + Coffee, 391 Washington St. in the Hotel @ the Lafayette

Any stop at the Hotel @ the Lafayette makes visitors feel regal, so snag a classy cappuccino ($3.50) from these coffee connoisseurs, who were just one of Alton Brown's destinations before his performance last week.

Undergrounds Coffee House and Roastery, 580 South Park Ave.

Try the cappuccino ($2.95-$4.45) from this hidden gem just outside of downtown Buffalo with your topping of choice — cinnamon, chocolate or nutmeg.

Tipico Coffee, 128 Fargo Ave.

Head to the West Side for a strong cappuccino ($3.25) at Tipico, which sources its beans from local roasters like Plume, Ruby Coffee and Detour coffee.

SPoT Coffee, eight locations in the greater Buffalo area

The Canadian coffee chain has exploded in Western New York, with eight different locations locally - four in the City of Buffalo and four more in the suburbs (Hamburg, Kenmore, Williamsville, Orchard Park). Their cappuccino runs from $3.50 to $4.35 and warms the cockles of the heart.

BONUS: Chef's, 291 Seneca St.

Yeah, you didn't expect to see Buffalo's iconic pasta haven on here! Did you know you can also get a cup of cappuccino at this local spot? Try a cup (for an impressive $5.70) after your meal for dessert.

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