Paris restaurants move into the outdoor markets to survive the crisis

 

District markets in Paris have opened their doors to restaurants in crisis. 

Through an initiative launched in the French capital to develop takeaway and make it more accessible to customers. 

It's called "Place aux restos! (Make Way for Restaurants!) and starts with the proposal to owners and managers of restaurants, who have been closed for months, to invest in 161 stands made available by the City of Paris, and positioned in 50 markets in all districts of the capital. 

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All while respecting the health protocols provided by the measures against Covid-19.

For all the information, simply go to the website of the City of Paris.  Independent restaurateurs are admitted, therefore excluding large chains, who will have exhibition space available by paying a small fee. 

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Most of the stands, about a hundred, are equipped with running water and electricity and will be operational in the next few days.

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