Near Metz: a new tavern will open in an unusual location

Near Metz: a new tavern will open in an unusual location
Near Metz: a new tavern will open in an unusual location

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Antony Speciale

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May 14, 2024 at 6:09 p.m.

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A new relaxation spot for the end of spring and summer will open its doors to the public outside Metz (Moselle) on Friday May 31, 2024.

The Terraces of Fort Gambetta will open at the level of strong military of the same name, located at Wooppy.

Jordan Simon, the president of the Mosellevent’s association, leader of the project, explains the concept of this new tavern to us.

“Bring life back to this fort”

Jordan Simon describes the place as “an atypical place which belongs to the Town of Woippy and which was until now unexploited”.

The association’s objective is to “bring life around the fort” through this new tavern and to “discover its history”. This will offer “a musical atmosphere with hits from 1960s to 2000″ according to the president of Mosellevent’s.

In terms of activities, “we want to organize flea markets on Sunday, latin dance class twice a month, but also several other events which will depend on attendance,” underlines Jordan Simon.

Between 150 and 200 people welcomed

The configuration of the tavern will offer several atmospheres, according to Jordan Simon. He highlights its location: “It is located just off the A31 motorway and it is accessible by car, but also by public transport, by bike or on foot,” he continues.

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In total, the tavern will be able to accommodate “ between 150 and 200 people » according to the project leader.

Emphasis on local products

Regarding the products offered, particular attention will be paid to local products: “We will have quiche Lorraine, pâtés Lorraine, strawberries from a local producer, cocktails based on Mirabelle plums, Moselle wines…” , lists Jordan Simon.

The tavern will be open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., as well as Friday to Sunday from 6:30 p.m. to midnight.

The Fort Gambetta Terraces will remain open to the public until Sunday September 29.

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