Yellow brings the sun to the bars, but to start again it takes time and a future with greater certainties that Covid, on the other hand, does not allow for now. “The yellow area changes everything – so Paolo Rolfini of the Cin Cin Cafeteria – people have a different approach to what is the classic drink of the bar, you can enter, read the newspaper, you can sit down, have a chat, always in the compliance with regulations …
Yellow brings the sun to the bars, but to start again it takes time and a future with greater certainties that Covid, on the other hand, does not allow for now. “The yellow zone changes everything – so Paolo Rolfini of Caffetteria Cin Cin – people have a different approach to what is the classic drink of the bar, you can enter, read the newspaper, you can sit down, have a chat, always in the compliance with current regulations. We are ready to be vigilant and people accept it more. Takeaway? It’s another thing, people are less willing. Will the weekend be yellow or orange? I hope that everything becomes as soon as possible White”.
Optimism but down to earth also for Gabriele Regno dell’Art Caffè: “People are happier to enter, sit and consume at the table, have the opportunity to chat with us baristas and hear our gags, spend 5 minutes in I am not in favor of all these reopening that they want to do at all costs, but the bar for me must be considered as a medical surgical device because it lifts people up, helps them feel a little better, to spend a little time in carefree, people come here to the bar just to stay a little quiet, away from everyday problems. We worked with the take-away, but it’s not the same thing. ”
You breathe a new air: Elena Bertolino 101 Caffè: “Many people have returned to have coffee at the counter because they are happier – says Elena Bertolino 101 Caffè -, while before they gave up, they did not like to drink it out in the cold. it worked, but work dropped a lot. The first customer arrived at 7.30 and took the classic espresso and brioche. We hope they’ll leave us yellow at the weekend. ”
Filippo Giorgi of Cantinetta Caffè closes: “At the moment not much has changed, but we are confident. During the orange zone the take-away has allowed us to remain standing, covering all the expenses, we have always given a service, but we would like to start working seriously. Here the area is in transit, but the problem is to bring people into the dying historic center “. Beatrice Terenzi
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