Herreros street does not see the light at the end of the tunnel

Herreros street does not see the light at the end of the tunnel

The party place par excellence for the people of Zamora, for decades, changing and innovating but always being the meeting point. From the old cellars to the current bars, from nightlife to reinventing themselves as small gastronomic taverns. Small rooms that live off the bar and can’t wait to open. Its street, always so full, is a haven of peace waiting to be able to return to activity.

A couple of the Herreros bars have a terrace, although one of them, the Trabanca, is not on Calle de los Herreros. Most of them don’t even have a large table space inside to be able to start serving their diners. And 90% of them live from the bar, something that in Zamora is so far away.

Wine Bistro has been one of the first to open its doors for home delivery orders and it is that the “new” Blacksmiths with more bars than pubs seek their survival with tapas and menus. His path could be followed by other bars that could not serve within their premises for more than fifteen days and those who would have another 15 to go to phase 3.

The party bars, in the majority, do not have tables to sit in their premises so they find it difficult to open soon since, in addition, the capacity that they would be allowed would not arrive to have in their premises more than 4 or 5 people, which that would make its opening impossible.

Source: Zamora news