day and a good way to meet up,” she said.
“People always meet up with friends and family to get coffee, it’s a good social thing.”
But at the end of the day, Lucky Bat Cafe barista Zara Deery said, being kind to customers and serving them with a smile can make all the difference in the world.
“If you make coffee with a smile and love, you can’t really go wrong,” she said.
“IT GROWS MORE AND MORE EACH YEAR, PEOPLE ARE GETTING INTO DIFFERENT TYPES OF COFFEE, PARTICULARLY THE COLD BREW WITH THE HOT WEATHER — THERE ARE MORE SHOPS POPPING UP, PARTICULARLY IN THE SUBURBS”
“IT’S KIND OF THE DRINKING CULTURE, ALL WE DO IS DRINK UP HERE AND YOU CAN’T DRINK ALCOHOL DURING THE DAY SO YOU HAVE TO DRINK COFFEE — WE AREN’T LIKE THE ENGLISH, WE CAN’T DRINK TEA ALL DAY. MAYBE WE LOVE IT BECAUSE WE SWEAT IT ALL OUT IN THE HEAT — YOU NEED TO DRINK COFFEE TO KEEP YOURSELF GOING”