A well-liked influencer couple who had been mocked earlier this 12 months once they opened a classy cafe have made an enormous transfer after simply 4 months.
The eatery owned by widespread influencers Mitch Orval and Chloe Szepanowski has reportedly closed its doorways simply 4 months after it opened to savage evaluations.
The influencers opened The Shack Take-Away on Nobby’s Seashore, Gold Coast, in February 2022.
However the takeaway store seems to have closed and it’s Instagram web page has vanished, the Outspoken podcast claims.
“Now we have to thank Megan Pustetto, from the So Dramatic podcast, who handed on this story to us,” host Sophie Taeuber stated.
“Principally, certainly one of Megan’s followers went to the store to strive a Chloe Szep latte and was greeted with an empty store entrance.”
She added there was no furnishings, meals or staff in sight when the patron tried to go to.
Neither Mitch or Chloe have publicly commented on this.
Information.com.au has reached out to Mitch Orval for remark.
The enterprise solely opened 4 months in the past, however made a splash when footage of the menu circulated on-line.
The pair had been ridiculed for naming menu gadgets after their household and buddies. These embody the ‘Kate Szep Protein Pack’, which was named after Chloe’s influencer sister Kate Szepanowski. Different odd names included, the Hangry Dad Household Pack and Artis Fish Pack.
Various milk was listed for ‘$0.8c” fairly than 80c or $0.80. Many phrases on the menu had been additionally misspelt.
Chloe and Mitch are at present anticipating their second little one, saying the information in April 2022.
Chloe, 23, revealed she solely has eight weeks to go till her second little one arrives.
Their son, Arti, is at present one.