Chloe Szepanowski (right) and Mitch Orval (left) have quietly closed their Gold Coast cafe less than four months after opening

Influencer couple Chloe Szep and Mitch Orval are quietly closing their Gold Coast cafe

Chloe Szepanowski and Mitch Orval have quietly closed their doors Gold Coast cafe, less than four months after opening.

The influencer couple had opened Nobby Beach restaurant in February and renamed the seafood restaurant The Shack Take Away.

However, as reported by the pronounced podcastChloe and Mitch have since packed up the shop, closed the doors and left nothing but an empty shell.

Chloe Szepanowski (right) and Mitch Orval (left) have quietly closed their Gold Coast cafe less than four months after opening

The company’s recently created Instagram page has also been removed in recent months.

Neither Chloe nor Mitch have made a public statement as to why they have closed their business, or whether they intend to restart in the future.

The mysterious shutdown comes after Chloe and Mitch were trolled on social media about The Shack Take Away’s menu, which featured bizarre items such as a “big short black.”

The company's recently created Instagram page has also been deleted in recent months

The company’s recently created Instagram page has also been deleted in recent months

The pair posted an Instagram photo of the menu on a large board in February, and it wasn’t long before their followers noticed a litany of grammatical errors and several bizarrely named items.

As Chloe and Mitch subsequently turned off comments on the post, fans flocked to the Instagram watchdog account Aussie Influencer Opinions to share their thoughts.

One of the many gaffes was the addition of a ‘big short black’ – a drink that doesn’t exist.

The mysterious shutdown comes after Chloe and Mitch were trolled on social media about The Shack Take Away's menu (pictured) featuring outlandish items such as a 'big short black'

The mysterious shutdown comes after Chloe and Mitch were trolled on social media about The Shack Take Away’s menu (pictured) featuring outlandish items such as a ‘big short black’

A short black or espresso is made by pushing hot water under pressure through finely ground coffee, creating a dense, strong and slightly bitter drink of about 30 ml.

No extra hot water is added, otherwise it will become a long black or Americano. It is by definition impossible to black out a ‘big’ short.

Oddly enough, Chloe and Mitch’s menu also advertised espressos separately, though the term “espresso” is interchangeable with “short black.”

Eagle-eyed fans also noticed that the restaurant’s “alternative milk” was listed with the incorrect pricing “$0.8c.”

Oddly enough, Chloe and Mitch's menu also advertised espressos separately, though the term

Oddly enough, Chloe and Mitch’s menu also advertised espressos separately, though the term “espresso” is interchangeable with “short black.”

To make matters worse, Chloe and Mitch (pictured with son Arti) were ridiculed for naming menu items after members of their own family and friendship circle, including the

To make matters worse, Chloe and Mitch (pictured with son Arti) were ridiculed for naming menu items after members of their own family and friendship circle, including the “Kate Szep Protein Pack,” which was named after Chloe’s influencer sister Kate Szepanowski

Presumably Chloe and Mitch wanted to write ’80ยข’, or else ‘$0.80’.

Other errors included words with unnecessary capitalization, the word ‘or’ misspelled as ‘on’ and the use of confusing terms such as ‘alternative potions’.

The menu also incorrectly used the word “ice” instead of “iced” when referring to cold coffee.

To make matters worse, Chloe and Mitch were ridiculed for naming menu items after members of their own family and friendship circle, including the “Kate Szep Protein Pack,” which was named after Chloe’s influencer sister Kate Szepanowski.

Neither Chloe nor Mitch (right, with construction worker Diogo Giglio) has made a public statement as to why they closed The Shack Take Away and whether they plan to relaunch the company in the future.

Neither Chloe nor Mitch (right, with construction worker Diogo Giglio) has made a public statement as to why they closed The Shack Take Away and whether they plan to relaunch the company in the future.

Chloe and Mitch have recently come under fire for promoting health misinformation on social media.

The couple has posted anti-lockdown content on their Instagram pages despite a lack of medical qualifications and also follows anti-vax accounts.

Chloe, who regularly spits out wellness products like “immunity shots” and mushroom “hot chocolate” online, lost more than 6,000 followers on Instagram last year after sharing a post supporting anti-lockdown protests.

The pair have recently come under fire for promoting health misinformation on social media

The pair have recently come under fire for promoting health misinformation on social media


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