Loire-Atlantique: they take over the village café-restaurant to bring it back to life

Vanessa Fauchet and Océane Goata behind the counter of their O’Vayritable bistro which will open in November 2022 in Vay (Loire-Atlantique). ©L’Éclaireur de Châteaubriant

After a long period of closing, I’old coffee shop of Go (Loire-Atlantique) The Fork Kick changes name and becomes O’Vayritable thanks to the takeover of business by two young entrepreneurs: Oceane Goata and Vanessa Fauchet.

“Bringing life back to the community”

“Vanessa has already run a restaurant in Saint-Emilien-de-Blain. I have 13 years of experience in the restoration. We worked together at Nort-sur-Erdre and that’s where the idea of ​​creating our own business was born,” says Océane.

“Here, we bought the fund from the municipality, which remains the owner of the walls. We will contribute to revitalize the community “, promise the two restaurateurs.

To launch their bistro, they enlisted the services of a to cook.

Opening in November

” We will be open every day of the week, by offering working menus every lunchtime from Monday to Friday, then a formula bar and tapas on Friday evening, more elaborate menus on Saturday, and an opening on Sunday morning for the bar. »

The official opening of the restaurant is scheduled for the second half of November.

Bistro O’Vayritable, 17 Main Street, Vay.

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