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Sun-drenched patios, breezy evenings and skyline views. South Delhiites can soon dine amid quaint European vibes while basking in the sun or counting the stars as authorities are gearing up to introduce open-air dining spaces in the city.
The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has recognised a few restaurants and eateries that will be able to utilise their open space to expand operations.
However, expecting a scene straight out of La La Land would be too far-fetched a dream, as the rule handed out to owners states that footpaths and walkways cannot be used to seat customers.
The setup will only be possible for those restros and cafés where private open areas or terraces are already available. The ball is in motion and the move is certain to make South Delhi a mecca for foodies across town.
The average restaurant here could seat up to 50 diners.
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