A tavern has been set up in Néons-sur-Creuse

A tavern has been set up in Néons-sur-Creuse
A tavern has been set up in Néons-sur-Creuse

On the idyllic and bucolic site on the banks of the Creuse, a tavern has just opened in Néons-sur-Creuse. Sylvain Molac, originally from the town, worked in a bar in Yzeures (Indre-et-Loire), then had the idea of ​​opening a tavern. He says : “It is above all a human adventure and a collective project. »

Anne-Marie and Jean Secheresse, from the tourist association, enthusiastically welcomed the project of Sylvain and his partner Laurie. The couple was able to count on Claire and Jérémie, a peasant baker and brewer based in Tournon-Saint-Pierre. Sylvain adds : “Without the support of Stéphane Letang, municipal employee who helped prepare the land and also that of Olivier Lorain, graphic designer, who helped with communication, the project would not have been possible. »

A nice setting

Furthermore, Thomas Paquet, a professional photographer who has his workshop in the old village bar, offered to welcome him during the winter. Both are keen to offer activities in rural areas. The photographer offers black and white portraits during community events.

Everyone met, in the shade of the trees, Friday May 10, 2024, to share a moment of discussion around a beer and a pizza made by Sylvain with Claire and Jérémie’s dough. Enchanted by this great and promising initiative, everyone promised to meet regularly to share an exceptional moment in a beautiful setting.

Open Wednesday to Sunday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

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