Starbucks Vs Petes
Chiisai_Kitty: I am going to take a poll on which place is better. But I am not going to simply ask which of the teo you like better. I am going to break it down in the many aspects that help promote business in your everyday cafe.
Of these 4, tell me which you prefer? I shall write an example format.
You are going to rate the 5 based of the following.
Customer service--- Are they friendly? Fast? Professional? Comforting?
Environment- --is the place relaxing? Nicely decorated?
Beverage--- is the drink worth the buck? How is the taste?
Music--- How is the music?
Promotion- -- are they good at grabbing your attention? Do they promote a lot, witg good deals?
GrapeFruitJews: Pete's sucks because they're rude. Starbucks sucks because it's expensive. I'd rather go to a small cafe owned by a nice couple than Pete and Starbucks
Chiisai_Kitty: I do too. I am very much into supported the small businesses. Let it be a cafe, or an amatute film.
But these are two famous cafes. And I am curious as to which is more publicly liked.
Metaverseguy: $5 for overpriced coffee. The frappucinos tend to be pretty nasty. Loaded with sugar and whipped cream. I prefer simple junk u can make with a packet of sugar and a couple shots of flavored cream at 7-eleven. I just found out there's these lingerie cafes in town. Girls bring you a drink in lingerie, sometimes even topless. I don't have a problem paying $5 for that!
res0tmm3jt: As practically a professional coffee drinker of over 65 yrs, NEITHER.. Starbucks has an over roasted taste, which is why they specialize in milk based stuff. Peets is ok. But for your money.. McDonalds still has the best coffee in any town. Of course you don't get to say "When I was at Starbucks" to everyone you see, holding your over priced joe. It's more of a "status" than a decent cup of coffee. IMOAHO.
The giant midget: Nothing but status and thumbs up with their selfies on Facebook.
I still prefer Tim Horton's over all the rest .
Metaverseguy: This from someone with the username 'giant midget'? That is a paradox. It doesn't follow the strict guidelines of language.