After a difficult year for the sector, ElTenedor brings together in the short "Cooking the Change" the testimonies of great figures of Spanish gastronomy on how they have lived through the pandemic and how they are preparing for the future.
In order to continue supporting the sector in the reopening, now diners will be able to consult in ElTenedor some of the security measures applied by restaurants or choose the area where they want to sit, while establishments will be able to enjoy a new free tool to offer takeaway food.
We tell you about the initiatives being taken in open spaces so that restaurants can reactivate their activity with some normality in this complicated period.
Interesting analysis that under the title "The day after, What will it be like to go to a restaurant in the new normal?” narrates the different challenges facing the Spanish restaurant industry, with the collaboration of Diego Coquillat.
Restaurants are looking for alternatives for customers to come and enjoy their food with guarantees, showing films in the car parks as a drive-in cinema is one of them and it seems to be having a lot of success.
We review the first measures of lack of definition or deceleration that are being carried out in restaurants in other countries of the world.
ElTenedor has launched "Save Our Restaurants", an initiative that will allow restaurants to offer "prepaid vouchers" to stay afloat and have income for the duration of the closure of their establishments.
New exclusive channel information and free access for everyone in diegocoquillat.com to track the impact of the crisis in the sector Coronavirus.
Coronavirus crisis reaches Spain and puts our economic fabric upside down. Here are the most important keys to restaurants.