An Australian has opened an unusual mobile bar opposite Mont-Saint-Michel. Named the Café de la Baie, it is installed in a 2CV!
Luke, an Australian, has set up his bar in La Manche since 2017. And not just any bar. First, it benefits from a view of rare beauty: it is installed right in front of Mont-Saint-Michel, just five kilometers as the crow flies from the famous island. The setting is beautiful and offers guests a nice break. But that’s not all. It is then installed in a 2CV.
The most original is perhaps the bar itself. Instead of investing in premises, Luke opened a traveling bar. And what better than a 2CV to install it? No one before him had probably thought of this idea. He then acquired a 2CV van in which he created his bar.
The idea of opening a traveling bar in a 2CV is very personal to him and comes froma series of circumstances. “About ten years ago, the garden of the first house we moved into in Saint-Léonard extended over a hiking trail”explained Luke to the journalists from West France. This specific geographical location marks the beginning of his project.
“The restaurant in the village had closed and I was assailed by walkers asking me where it was possible to have a drink”, he replied. Faced with this potential demand, Luke then decides to set up a bar. However, he wanted a little more than just a bar. “I wanted to both create a refreshment bar and showcase producers. And then it gave me a very good excuse to buy a 2 CV! »
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As for the choice of vehicle, the owner of this traveling bar explains thathe absolutely wanted a 2CV. “We are on a site classified by Unesco, I wanted the most discreet vehicle possible. And then the 2 CV is legendary”, he pointed out. Nevertheless, finding and fitting out this car was no small feat: it took 18 months total.
Luke propose a wide choice of drinks in his 2CV bar. It is possible to supply yourself with apple juice, beer, herbal tea, iced tea and organic sodas. One of his favorite offerings, however, is coffee, of which there are many more varieties than in most French bars. “The coffee culture is very different in Australia (…) We offer various varieties and preparation methods, it’s much more competitive. While generally the French simply ask me for a coffee. »
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