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Monday, May 11, 2020

The Kiosko Weyler to be one of the first terraces in the capital to resume activity

Plaza Weyler in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Phase 1 of the de-escalation programmed by the Government of Spain begins on May 11 and, with it come new measures to try to recover the economy in the midst of this global crisis, such as allowing terraces to be opened to the public, restricted to 50% occupancy. In Santa Cruz some terraces may resume their activity this day and one of them is set to be the Kiosko Weyler - located in the central square of the capital - which will return to service taking the appropriate measures in order to guarantee the safety of its customers.

- 50% occupancy

- Limitation of the time of stay at the table (30 minutes)
- Properly equipped work equipment (Mask, protective screen and gloves)
- Disinfection of tables and chairs after each service
- Access controlled to guarantee the rotation of the tables
- Restrooms temporarily closed (The public toilet in the plaza will remain open)
- Digital menu via mobile app
- Hours from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
- The floor will be disinfected 4 times a day
- Use of disposable materials

El Kubo, as it is popularly known because of its particular cubic structure, a design by architect Eustaquio Martínez's, began its journey in 2016, becoming a benchmark for many tourists and residents of the capital who want to have a drink or tapas at any time of the day in the heart of Santa Cruz. On its menu we can find tapas, gourmet sandwiches and a wide variety of beers and cocktails, among other specialties.

El Kiosko Weyler será una de las primeras terrazas de la capital en retomar la actividad

If last Friday the majority of the 200 hospitality businesses in the center of Santa Cruz, under the umbrella of the Association of Entrepreneurs and Commerce of the Avenida Marítima (Aecam) and Zona Centro, communicated their intention not to open their businesses Monday with a capacity of only 30% on its terraces, the increase in this percentage to 50%, has led many to rethink their refusal to open. This was confirmed to DIARIO DE AVISOS by the president of Aecam, Eduardo Morales. “Some are going to open and others are not. It is true that the increase in capacity and the possibility of gradually recovering ERTE workers has led many to consider a change of posture. ”