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  • Restaurant for one satisfies foodies’ dining cravings
  • Restaurant for one satisfies foodies’ dining cravings
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Restaurant for one satisfies foodies’ dining cravings

A makeshift 'restaurant' in Sweden is offering solo diners the chance to enjoy a meal while adhering to social distancing advice. As people miss life's little pleasures during lockdown, brands can find innovative ways to safely satisfy consumers' wishes for novel and indulgent experiences.

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