Café Photo of the Week is published every Wednesday, and showcases photography from our staff, contributors, and readers.
Nous Sommes en Terrasse (Once Again),
by Lisa Anselmo
Tuesday, June 2, marked the day when we could once again sit on our beloved café terraces here in Paris. Your favorite Editor-in-Chief made a beeline to my HQ and had un verre de vin to celebrate, but I visited many others, including Au Cadran Voltaire on Place Leon Blum, where I shot this photo of their terrace after the lunch hour. Paris feels alive again.
Au Cadran Voltaire, 109 Boulevard Voltaire, 11ème
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2 thoughts on “Café Photo of the Week”
do you have the 6ft spacing rule in Paris? Does it apply to the cafes?
On Wed, Jun 3, 2020 at 8:30 AM SAVE THE PARIS CAFÉ wrote:
> Lisa Anselmo posted: ” Nous Sommes en Terrasse (Once Again), by Lisa > Anselmo ©Lisa Anselmo Tuesday, June 2, marked the day when we could once > again sit on our beloved café terraces here in Paris. Your favorite > Editor-in-Chief made a beeline to my HQ and had un verre de” >
Shockingly it’s only 1 meter here (about 39 inches). And, yes, it very much applies. Whether or not cafes are complying is another thing.