How to spot fake coffee shops

What is the difference between fake and authentic coffee shops?

When you go to a coffee shop, you are looking for a good place to shop.

A coffee shop is the place where people go to relax, chat and meet people.

They also offer free Wi-Fi and wifi hotspots.

In the same way, fake coffee shop will often have a fake sign or logo on the outside.

Fake cafes will also often have large tables that are difficult to read, have a long list of customers and no windows.

Fake coffee shops are the worst.

Here are the signs you need to look out for:1.

A fake sign2.

A sign with no value3.

A sticker on the side that reads: ‘No Smoking’4.

A name that doesn’t match what is on the shop sign (see previous tip)5.

An empty or unoccupied space6.

A place that is not the same as what you are going to buy from.7.

A price tag on the bottom of the menu or on the door of the shop8.

An ‘I’m sorry’ sign9.

A door with a hole that will not closeIf the signs are not all that good, there are many other things to look for.

For example, if you go through the back of the cafe and look at the sign, you may find it is fake.

This means the shop has no real value and is not authentic.

Fake restaurants are not usually very good, so if you see one, it may not be worth going to.

Also, check the signs.

A real cafe might have signs saying ‘No Dogs’, ‘No Animals’ or ‘No Alcohol’.

Fake cafes usually do not advertise their prices on the front, but you can see their prices by looking through the list of food items.

They are usually located in areas with more people and usually have a larger menu.

Fake cafés are also often found in small areas where people tend to hang out.

They may be closed or even only have a small window or sign.

This can be a sign that they are just a tourist attraction.

Fake cafés often have fake sign posts, or a fake door.

If you see a sign saying ‘Open until 10:00pm’ or the word ‘open’, this is probably a fake café.

Fake food is often offered at prices higher than the genuine food, or food that is offered on a regular basis.

Fake places have often been reported to offer very expensive and unhealthy food.

Some fake cafes also have a sign reading ‘No Pets’.

If you are in a big city or have friends who live there, they are usually easy to spot.

If they have a dog, check out their sign too.

Fake restaurants often have low-quality food.

Fake and unopened food is usually served at a higher price than what is served on the regular menu.

Fake shops may have a number of empty or empty seats and often offer free wi-fi and wifi, but this usually means you are paying extra for the service.

Fake cafes are usually small and often have poor customer service.

Fake café owners often do not offer refunds for lost or stolen items.

If your friend is having a bad day, you can always call the café and ask for an explanation.

Fake or empty tables may be used as an excuse for not doing their usual job.

If there are any customers in the restaurant, they will sometimes make a fuss.

Fake bars usually do their job well, but some people are reluctant to get in.