October 15, 2021

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Finally a comparison of normal life

Finally a comparison of normal life

Unwilling to wait another day before finding the atmosphere of their favorite restaurants, Quebeckers hit the terraces on Friday.

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Many companies were packed for the evening or had to turn down customers Newspaper By visiting Avenue Mont-Royal and Rue Saint-Denis.

Customers had to make several addresses before finding the location of the room, sometimes waiting over an hour to get the table.

According to the rules in force, only two adults from two different addresses can be in the same table. A table can be made with all the people living at the same address regardless of the number.

“Good deconstruction! “

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Photo QMI Agency, Joel Leme

Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt and his wife settled on the terrace of a Chezlevik restaurant in the Tremont district at 4pm to celebrate both, but his birthday also took place on May 26th. “I want this opportunity to thank the Quebeckers who made valuable efforts. From 1 to 10 on the level of happiness, I’m not far from 10. Good deconfinement!” Co-owner Patricia Lewak said she was “really honored” to receive the Prime Minister on her terrace.

Patience is in order

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Photo Martin Alari

Many had to wait patiently for their turn to get a place. Genevieve Laoi, Benoit Save and their son Lohan waited over an hour to eat at the pizzeria. “Yes, I found it worth it,” Mr. Save predicted.

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“Almost weird”

Zen - Opening terraces in Montreal

Photo Martin Alari

Anne-Marie Boutin (right), who ate Friday with her great friend Frederick Tremble, felt “almost weird” to be able to eat at a restaurant. “I’ve been thinking about it since the beginning of the week,” she said.

Live longer in the evening!

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Photo Martin Alari

The curfew ended with “good mojito”, Friday, when Gabriela Cuzada and Karime Issa crossed after 9:30 p.m. “We can no longer stand the curfew,” one saidTo me Issa.

Zen - Opening terraces in Montreal

Photo Martin Alari

“It feels good after being confined for so long,” said Yao Zhang, enjoying his first outing of the year with his partner, Benjamin Baroulet.