Located on the outskirts of Calais (Pas-de-Calais), the small town of Peuplingues has come back to life again and is picking up steam since the arrival of a restaurant in the city. The opportunity to revitalize this small town.
Three years after the closure of a brasserie, it is now a restaurant, La Tablée, which occupies the premises. The establishment, located in the town of Peuplingues, in Pas-de-Calais, was partially financed thanks to local communities. Good news according to the mayor, Jean-François Lacroix. “It was essential to recreate a place where people could meet and exchange“, he adds. The owners of the establishment only had to pay for the kitchen equipment and furniture.
The assistance of the town and the region, which is up to 400,000 euros, is a significant boost for the owners of the restaurant, who have already had professional experience in Lille (North) before. “The objective was to arrive with something that is not yet done here on the coast, to really work mainly with local products, and producers and suppliers.», Explains Somon de Ramecourt, manager of the restaurant. Customers like the offer, and the restaurant is sometimes full.