A Question about coffee shops etiquette/Copenhagen

by paul robertson
(Tennessee USA)

If I enter a coffee shop and want to sit and have a coffee and sandwich. Do I sit and be waited on or order at the till and sit?

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Coffee Bar Ettiquette
by: Charlie

Paul,
This will vary from place to place, but the most normal practice is to order at the counter. You can find a seat and get settled in and than go to the counter to order. Some places do have waiters/waitresses - they are not usually coffee shops like Baresso and Starbucks. I personally do not frequent coffee shops so this is just from what friends have told me. If you do go to the counter and they have service people, they will just inform you to take a seat or show you where to sit and someone will be with you.
Charlie

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