it is With mixed feelings opened the caterers yesterday in Schongau your free bar surfaces. The relief is great, that it finally goes on. The fear of the Corona and the associated restrictions remains. The guests have enjoyed the Start with fantastic weather and exemplary behaviour.
Schongau – "This is our favorite place, here we are often." The Peitinger Josef Bayrle and Marie-Luise Schünemann were yesterday thrilled to sit in the sun and in front of the Café Express beer and coffee white enjoy. That they had to leave before their names and phone numbers in a list, not to bother you. Finally, this is a precautionary measure in the fight against Corona. Josef Michl, the mixture was stirred at the neighboring table with the spoon in his Café, had no Problem with the privacy. He was happy to be back in his local cafe. "Because the last time was hard for me."
Not only for him: Café Express-in-chief Dirk Arnold had closed the Shop two months to complete and the employees in short-time work is sent. He had to live by the "reserves," says the 64-Year-old. Yesterday, he had 50 until the early afternoon, after all, already up to 60 paying customers. "It's going better than expected, some have complained that they have no place," said Arnold. Due to the Corona-distance rule, he has a few tables less in the deal than in the past.+ In the sun in front of the Jeanscafé the Peitinger Lucas Hot, Alexander Karbach, and Markus Stöger enjoyed the first Gastrotag in the open air after the Corona-forced break.©Hans-Helmut Herold
The Problem is, the Bistro is not in the ball house. "The Marienplatz is great, we have the same number of seats as before," said co-owner Eleni Saradaki yesterday. The whole family, also the Greek Restaurant Olympia belongs to the Christopher street, had come to the ball house to see how the reboot goes. And she saw a well-informed guests who stayed at the distance and hygiene rules, reports Saradaki. However, wanted to pay her no great joy. "There will be no real summer," says the 47-Year-old. "There is no fixed and therefore less visitors in the city." In addition, the Bistro, like all other beer gardens to 20 PM had to close. "This is bitter for all of us," complains Saradaki, the family must cope with because of the two-month "shutdown" great financial losses. "State help is on the way, but this is just a drop in the bucket," says the 47-Year-old.
A stone's throw further in the Jeanscafé the euphoria was yesterday in borders. "We are glad that we can re-open, but the Worries are still there," says owner Susanne Dreher. Together with their employees, Lisa Walter, she waited anxiously for a customer and was pleasantly surprised. The people were very straightforward, in the lists and put on the Mouth guard, when they went to the toilet, watched the two women. The two have due to the Corona-rules now, a lot of more work. After each visit to the table and the chairs, sanitize, is one of them. "It is exciting", they say.+ The loyal regulars are back: Olivera Bondokic (in Cash) was pleased with the restart.©Hans-Helmut Herold
coffee house Huterer, on the wine road, a lot was going on yesterday also. "Our regulars have not forgotten us," said the Boss Olivera Bondokic, which operates with her husband Dejan is also the Lech host velvet beer garden in the Lech suburbs. The two have also been through a hard time. "We have earned a Zero and our Savings lived," says the 46-Year-old. The couple used the time to renovate and the menu to spice things up. Yesterday, the tables in the outdoor area of the Huterer were already occupied properly. Because of Corona and the distance rule, it became also here are a few less. "But I'm satisfied," says the Boss to restart.
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