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The terraces where you can dine in Paris from June 2

The restaurateurs and café owners parisians are beginning to glimpse the end of the tunnel. From June 2, they will be able to re-open their terraces, in respect of the gestures barriers, including tables limited to 10 people, a one meter distance minimum between the tables, wearing a mask during travel for staff and clients, or even a menu in digital or a card is presented to the oral. The Paris city council is studying the possibility to extend temporarily the permissions of the extension of the terraces on the parking spaces, squares and streets to compensate for the shortfall of the restaurants.

to be able To open fully their institutions, as well as the rest of France (except for French Guyana and Mayotte), the patrons ile-de-france will have to wait until phase 3 of the déconfinement, 22 June. In the meantime, for the Parisians who dream of being able to again dine at a restaurant, here is a selection of addresses that will open their beautiful terraces from the 2nd of June!

see also : The huge terrace of the Felicità reopened on 2 June in Paris For a lunch feasting: the CHILDREN OF THE MARKET

Management of the oldest - and most expensive - market in paris, Les enfants Rouges, to take the place at the counter or on the tables of the stand gourmet Michael Grosman and his chef Masahide Ikuta (30/35 covered moved away). The card gives pride to the products well-sourced, perfectly cooked: ceviche of croaker, sirloin steak matured for 4 weeks, crème caramel, vanilla and bay leaf. All washed down with wines by nature! One of our darlings in the Swamp.

The Children's Market. 39, rue de Bretagne (3rd). Tel.: 01 40 24 01 43. The mar. the dim. Map: 30-50 €.

For the bistronomie a star: ALLÉNOTHÈQUE TO BEAUPASSAGE

The bistro, a contemporary of Yannick Alléno, with a wine cellar pointed, reopens his terrace stashed away from cars, in the quiet greenery of the gallery gourmet Beaupassage. What to taste the creative cuisine that is seasonal to the multi-michelin-starred breaking least his piggy bank as at Ledoyen, where the head also opens to the terrace of her last school, Pavyllon.

Allénothèque to Beaupassage. 53-57, rue de Grenelle (7th). Tel.: 01 84 74 21 21. Everyday. Card: 30-70€.

The terrace of Lazarus (before spacing tables d’1 metre). YANN DERETPour the best sausage-mashed potatoes Paris: LAZARE

The neo-brasserie of the three-star Eric Frechon will install all its tables on the forecourt of the gare Saint-Lazare, in the amount up to 70 covers. For an artichoke vinaigrette, egg mimosa, tuna and spring onions, a brandade de morue au gratin, or the best sausage-mashed Bets according to the Figaroscope!

Lazarus. Gare Saint-Lazare (8th). Tel.: 01 44 90 80 80. Everyday. Card: 40-70€.

To a break chic: THE RESERVE

The palace of the golden Triangle of The Reserve, overseen by two-star Jérôme Banctel, opens its patio planted with a garden and double terrace for a bracket chic and cozy. The first will serve as the map of the brewery traveller, The Pagoda Cos (curry vegan ; shoulder of lamb with spices, quinoa and harissa ; ball of coconut, mango and rice milk). The second, that of the bar The Gaspard (signature cocktails and tapas and exotic).

The Reserve. 42, ave Gabriel (8th). Everyday. Tel.: 01 58 36 60 50. Card: 50-90€.

For a pizza neapolitan: DAROCO 16

The second trattoria-pizzeria chic duo Alexandre Giesbert and Julien Ross, located opposite the Maison de la Radio, deploys 40 covered terrace (70 if the requested extension is approved), to enjoy a pizza neapolitan in the rules of art: Margherita, Parigi (Queen) or Fiamma of the ‘nduja. As a bonus, a log cabin spritz is going to be installed!

Daroco 16. 3, place Clément Ader (16th). Tel.: 01 44 14 91 91. Everyday. Map: 30-50€.

For a treat at the Greek: YAYA SECRÉTAN

The hellion colombian Juan Arbelaez is waiting for you in front of the Halle Secrétan, in his Greek restaurant Yaya, opened with the brothers Chantzios, the time to a meal that is redolent of the Cyclades, around mezzeh and bowling hellenes (50 seats). His first address in Saint-Ouen, france also opens its terrace on 2 June.

Yaya Secrétan. 33, avenue Secrétan (19th). Tel.: 01 42 41 12 86. Everyday. Map: 30-50€.

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And those who do not smoke will have the pleasure of smoke ! most of the mégôts thrown on the Public road

Rock Manle 29/05/2020 13:01

And from Paris, how it happens elsewhere ?
The figaro has it been bought out by the parisian ?

Jilanoule 29/05/2020 at 09:53 pm

I have always loved the restaurants but as long as these rules awful to be in force, no question. This should be a place to relax, have fun and see the boys scroll hidden, no map to read and put on a mask to move around in the room, as much to go to the hospital and dinner in the middle of surgeons. So much the worse for us and worse for the restaurant owners, so much the worse for the economy that is going to plunge again and again but No.

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