In the Pays-de-la-Loire: this mobile bistro crosses abandoned villages through shops

In small rural villages, the total absence of trade is too often synonymous with boredom and gloom. So to reverse the trend, Julien Ablin had a brilliant idea: create a mobile bistro and look for cities without shops. Close-up of an exemplary and inspiring initiative.

His bistro on wheels, Julien Ablin, named him La Guinguette Anjouée, as a nod to his region: Maine-et-Loire.

Small product point 😜 Currently you can find here: The beers from Brasserie Alpaca, from the Brasserie des…

Posted by La Guinguette Anjouée on Saturday, March 5, 2022

In the columns ofActu.frthe former restorer looks back at the origins of this original and generous concept:

“This is a project that stems from the first incarceration. With the context, I found myself without activity for two months. There was a professional interrogation. I thought it was time to start my business and do something different.”

“I came across a mobile bar concept launched in Berry. I liked it and I started.”

Posted by La Guinguette Anjouée on Sunday 19 December 2021

La Guinguette Anjouée, which started this month, has 16 seats, all on the terrace of course. Goal: to bring life, friendliness and animation to areas abandoned by shops:

“The goal is to get to the municipalities where there are no more, and not to compete with those already established.”

On the menu: hot and cold drinks, beers, wine, charcuterie, cheese boards, sweets… And then, where possible, priority for local and organic products.

Posted by La Guinguette Anjouée on Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Long live the Guinguette Anjouee!

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