Freddy & Andressa em:  Dia Internacional do Restaurante em Helsinki.

O dia do restaurante é um carnaval de comida quando qualquer um pode organizar um restaurante, café ou bar por um dia. Isso pode acontecer em qualquer lugar: na sua casa, no escritório, na esquina da rua, no seu jardim, num pátio interior, no parque ou na praia – somente a sua imaginação é o limite.

Restaurant Day is a food carnival when anyone can set up a restaurant, café or a bar for a day. It can happen anywhere: at your home, at the office, on a street corner, in your garden or inner courtyard, at a park, or on the beach — only your imagination is the limit.

Restaurant Day is exactly the sort of project that will define our future.
It has inspired the city’s population to question how things are run and to experiment and put forward new ideas of how daily life might be improved in the future. — Jussi Pajunen, Mayor of Helsinki.

Restaurant Day has probably affected Finnish restaurant culture more than anything else since the new alcohol legislation of 1969 when beer was allowed to be sold in supermarkets. — Paavo Arhinmäki, Minister of Education and Culture (The speech for Finland Prize)

Restaurant Day changes Helsinki’s profile by placing the people in the center. Restaurant Day is new and surprising. It is culture by the people for the people. — Anni Sinnemäki, Head of the Library and Cultural Committee, City of Helsinki & Ex-minister of Labour (The speech for Cultural Event of the Year award)

Restaurant Day is a prime example of how food can give birth to a new type of communality.” — Johanna Mäkelä, professor of Food Culture, University of Helsinki (Helsingin Sanomat newspaper).

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