Either this coffee shop and art gallery was built on ancient grounds, or they’re frankly admitting they don’t change their filter very often. Spotted in Seattle Washington by Jonathan Schneider.
I’d like my coffee with all the perks – you know, sugar, milk, ummm… cream? Spotted by Glenn Armstrong in Dubai.
You could give your coffee shop a boring name, or you could go your own way. I’m not telling any little lies when I say this brilliant PSN was voted into the Hall of Fame with a landslide. Spotted by the gypsy, Renée Keogh in Erskineville NSW.
Remember ‘Hart to Hart’, that classic early 80s TV series where the millionaire couple worked as secret detectives? No? Neither do I. Here’ s Tart to Tart, spotted in San Francisco, California by Marc Burns.
It’s surprising how many coffee shop names feature tortured puns around the word ‘latte’. Here are a few more. I’m not even sure if this one is playing with ‘attitude’ or ‘latitude’. Thoughts? Spotted by Marc Burns in Atlanta, Georgia USA.
I’m not entirely sure I want to be ‘perked’, either now or ‘later’. This caffeinated PSN was spotted by Johnny Greally in Artarmon NSW.
Wouldn’t it be a coincidence if this coffee shop really was on sacred grounds, and the coffees were cursed? I’m told, however, that this is not the case and the coffee is in fact very good. As is the pun. Spotted by Simon O’Brien in Tanunda SA.
A charming, and subtle, location-based Pun Shop Name. Spotted in the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney NSW by Michael Birchall.
A cheery hello to our New Zealander friends, both human and whale alike. This delightful little coffee shop was spotted in Surry Hills NSW by Kristy Fransen.
If you’re going to chow down Italian style, where else would you go but this coffee shop in Lindfield NSW? Spotted by first-time punter Allie Townsend.