The property marked with number 85 of Salamanca Street, in the Roma Norte neighborhood, in the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office was renovated, it is a large house dating from the 19th century that will house a new place with two levels and a terrace that seeks to celebrate Mexican gastronomy in an innovative and inclusive way.
With a millionaire investment, a great effort from entrepreneurs and a dose of talent, in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, this new gastronomic center plans to employ 100 people to open at the end of November.
These are difficult times due to the coronavirus, we are closing the year and we still do not know what awaits us in 2021. “We cannot stop and we will not stop, if in something we can support our beloved Mexico City, our beloved Mexico and also to the mayor of Cuauhtémoc we will do it with pleasure.
We will start with employing 100 employees, with the possibility of more ”, commented the manager of this establishment.
In addition, considering that in the Roma Norte neighborhood mobility represents chaos most of the time, especially when it comes to peak hours, the new gastronomic center has a bay that is placed on the sidewalk, property of the house, to the rise and fall of customers. It was built with the objective of mitigating traffic problems.
The uncertainty generated by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and its consequences has caused the closure of dozens of businesses in the capital, forcing other businesses to be modified to survive.
But, in the midst of all these effects due to the coronavirus, a group of businessmen is betting on the opening of restaurants with the aim of generating jobs and delighting the palate of the capital’s residents by highlighting Mexican cuisine.
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