Uri. Gaillon: Le Parvis reopens its doors this Saturday with a press area

Nicholas Potrell, with Céline Lovett, takes command of Le Parvis. The pressure bar is gradually reopening over the next few days. (© L’Impartial)

This Saturday, June 19, Square, bar token from rue du Général-de-Gaulle, in the city center Jaylon (UR)It comes back to life.

Nicholas packetto And the Celine Lovett, Buyers, partially open the press bar. “Initially, only the press area will be open,” says Nicholas Potrell, 26, who takes over the business with his aunt.

Press area in the old butcher’s shop

Small event: Since October 2020 and the closing of the Press House, there is no longer any space to sell newspapers in the city center. In addition to the historical version of Parvis, Nicolas Poutrel and Céline Louvet have taken over the walls of the former butcher shop next door to the bar.

The most noticeable passer-by will notice the appearance of the famous yellow diamond last weekend with a red feather above the sign of the old butcher’s shop…

Céline Lovett and Nicholas Putrell, the new directors of Parvis, the press bar that will open on Saturday in Gillon.
Céline Lovett and Nicholas Putrell, the new directors of Parvis, the press bar that will open on Saturday in Gillon.

Neutrality for sale!

This space, which will have a separate entrance from the bar, will be dedicated to selling newspapers.

“There will be something for everyone, especially the great classics,” declared the future newsagent who learned the trade from his father, Thierry Boutrell, who ran a press bar in Courcelles-sur-Seine.

Among the many publications available, you will, of course, have the opportunity to find neutrals on Saturday.

For coffee, wait a few days

To renovate the bar, the whole family got involved. Accompanied by local businesses and friends, Nicholas Putrell and Céline Lovett invested 60 thousand euros to transform the enterprise.

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“All that is missing is the counter to open. It must be delivered in the coming days!”, hopes Nicholas Putrell.

Due to epidemiological and sanitary restrictions, both partners prefer to wait a few weeks before the grand opening.

“It would be nice to do something,” declared Nicholas Potrell, “but we would prefer to take our marks first and organize an event, perhaps this summer, depending on what we are entitled to do.”

In a few days, the young man will be able to serve his first customers in his office or on the balcony. Like the culmination of a project and the beginning of an adventure.

Le Parvis, 61, rue du Général-de-Gaulle, will be open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. non-stop. Sunday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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