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Pechorin Bakery Cafe on Shabolovka, huge khachapuri at Eat Khinkali & Drink Wine, French dishes at Le carré, Japanese cotton pancakes at Usachevsky Market and a beautiful cocktail bar on Sretensky Boulevard – Afisha Daily, about recently opened Moscow establishments.
The fifth bakery network on Shabolovka
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Croissant with salmon, 280 r.
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Sandwich with pastrami and arugula, 470 r. Continue reading
To open a restaurant is a dream of many. But what to do for those who live away from megacities? Is it worth it to start a business in a small city and how to make the institution enjoy success among the population?
Residents of small cities have various opportunities to develop their own business. Here the costs are lower, competition is weaker and the organization of many business processes is simpler. Now, even in a small town, you can find a way to earn decent money in almost any field. In this article, we will try to figure out how to open a restaurant in a small city. What are the specifics? What should be considered when opening and is it profitable to open a restaurant in a small town?
The procedure for opening a restaurant is the same for all cases, no matter in which locality it is located.
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It is difficult to say what it really is – a hotel, restaurant or museum. This unique place in the legendary Provence successfully combines gastronomic and aesthetic pleasures. In the village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence, at one time there were Modigliani, Picasso, Matisse, Cocteau, Sartre, Yves Montand, Sophia Loren and Alain Delon. In order to stay here for free, the artists painted and presented them to the hotel. Therefore, the hotel-restaurant “Golden Dove” (La Colombe d’Or), which is called the “gastronomic temple of art”, has long turned into a real museum, open to all comers.
La Colombe d’Or belongs to the same family, from its inception in 1920 to the present. At first it was an ordinary cafe with a terrace, where locals could drink wine in the fresh air and dance. Then a small hotel was opened here. Soon, people of creativity began to visit the picturesque Provence – the owner of the hotel, Paul Roux himself, was a novice artist and tried to help his fellow craftsmen. Continue reading