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  • APT brings intimacy and buzz to distanced dining
  • APT brings intimacy and buzz to distanced dining
    Luisa Brimble (2020) ©
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APT brings intimacy and buzz to distanced dining

In the decidedly unromantic era of social distancing, people are looking for safe ways to recreate pre-COVID-19 restaurant intimacy. Dining concept APT is hosting bespoke chef-cooked meals in rented apartments for small groups in a bid to bring back hospitality buzz.

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