Customers flock to an Italian restaurant that hosted a famous series in Paris

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The Italian restaurant “Terra Nera” in Paris opened its doors on Wednesday after a closure that lasted more than seven months, and it returned to welcome residents of the area in which it is located, as well as fans of the series “Emily in Paris”, which made it famous all over the world.
“All tables are reserved for Wednesday and for a few days ahead” in this restaurant, which serves traditional dishes from several regions in Italy, said Valerio Abate, who owns Terra Nera with Johan Paranes.
“Terra Nera” was established in 1978 in a former butcher’s shop, and the restaurant was unable to reopen its balcony on May 19, as it was witnessing the filming of the second season of the successful “Darn Star” series “Emily in Paris”, which was presented by the “Netflix” platform in October.
In this romantic comedy, Lily Collins, daughter of the artist Phil Collins, plays the role of a young American Emily who arrives in Paris without mastering a word in French, and falls in love with her neighbor Gabriel, played by the French actor Luca Bravo.
Abate considered that the series provided by “Netflix” in 93 countries constituted a “huge propaganda” for the French capital, after it provoked wide reactions on social networks, and prompted foreigners to express their desire to live in France, while its residents came to the restaurant to take pictures. self in front of his facade.
The restaurant was forced to close its doors again last October due to the second stone in France, and its owners took advantage of the last seven months to carry out work in it and in another restaurant they own opposite it, and they intend to serve pizza there.




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