Posted Fri Mar 1, 2013, 8:48pm Subject: Re: Caffè in Gamba
Wtf?? I read the article and the owner is being fined for the term caffe? Surely the province has bigger issues then attacking a small business and their choice of a word... Btw as an aside, when i was at this cafe last year the french (from France) barista did a so-so job of pulling my espresso, though the Counter Culture wb i bought was tasty.
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Posted Sat Mar 2, 2013, 6:54am Subject: Re: Caffè in Gamba
They would have to pull many espressi to pay for that.
I heard a story where a Vespa store was opened in Quebec. In the window was a poster from Vespa, Italy. So it was in Italian. He was told to take the poster down. Instead the next day he closed shop to start a successful business in Toronto. What a loss for Quebec.
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