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Bubble Craze Spreads to More Restaurants

Bubble Craze Spreads to More Restaurants

Enter the bubble at Lucciola. We’ve all been living in bubbles for months, and now our metaphorical isolation is becoming a real phenomenon at local restaurants — bubbles are hot new seating structures at multiple Upper West Side joints. The first one to get publicity for the craze was Cafe du Soleil on Broadway and 104th Street. Our story about those bubbles was followed by similar pieces in national and even international outlets. Others are getting into bubbles too. At Lucciola, an Italian spot on 90th and Amsterdam, a large bubble (above) has also been attracting diners. They got it on Amazon and it has the

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Alvantor Bubble Tent - West Side Rag Report

Alvantor Bubble Tent - West Side Rag Report

Cafe du Soleil’s Space-Age Seating Is a Hit: ‘People Want Their Bubbles’ By Carol Tannenhauser Big, plastic bubble tents, with tables and chairs and happy diners inside them, line the sidewalk in front of Café du Soleil, on Broadway and 104th Street, like life-sized ornaments. “The customers love them,” owner Nadine Chevreux told WSR. “They feel cozy. If it rains or it’s cold, there’s no problem. They’re not specifically for COVID, they’re just regular bubbles. My husband got them on a website. There are openings on both sides, so they’re not enclosed. This is gonna hold us until it’s really cold.”

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Alvantor Bubble Tent - Grubstreet Report

Alvantor Bubble Tent - Grubstreet Report

What Even Are Those Outdoor Dining Bubbles? -Photo: Noam Galai/Getty Images, Bubble Tents - Alvantor® The pandemic has upended the way New Yorkers dine out: There are sidewalk tables, open streets, streeteries, and barely anyone eating indoors. Now, as the weather gets colder, there are also plastic bubbles out on sidewalks, too. A video of the dome-shaped tents on a West Village street went viral this week, prompting questions of how safe they are, not to mention just what they are. Bubbles of various sorts have shown up around the country since restaurants began to ease into this new, strange era of dining out.

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Alvantor Bubble Tent - Jewish Link Report

Alvantor Bubble Tent - Jewish Link Report

Life in a Bubble Is Warm and Relaxed at Lazy Bean Cafe -Bubble-enclosed tables at Lazy Bean Cafe. (Credit: Bracha Schwartz) Lazy Bean Cafe is not going to let cold weather spoil your fun. The tables that have sprung up in front of the café are now protected by plastic bubble tents; each can hold up to six people. With openings on two sides for proper airflow and disinfectant spray used throughout the day and on request, safety is paramount. You can ask for a tabletop fireplace if you don’t have any children with you under age 12. It’s a

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Alvantor Bubble Tent - WXOW Report

Alvantor Bubble Tent - WXOW Report

La Crosse restaurant provides “bubbles” in attempt for safe dining-out experience during pandemic LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - 4 Sisters Wine and Tapas Restaurant added dining bubble tents to their patio space in an attempt to create safe opportunities for customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The bubbles fit up to four people. Customers must call ahead to reserve a bubble tent, give the restaurant a credit card number and pay a $75 minimum bill. Owner Traci Weber said the bubbles are booked for November but people can call ahead to reserve a future spot. Resource: https://wxow.com/2020/11/05/la-crosse-restaurant-provides-bubbles-in-attempt-for-safe-dining-out-experience-during-pandemic/  

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