In Ravenna and Lymone, an experiment has been launched that allows you to save on lunches and dinners. Likely, other cities of the Apennine Peninsula will soon take up the initiative.
Italians spend more and more money on eating out. The response to this trend has been fixed-rate subscriptions, which allow unlimited ordering of food and drinks from the menu. The subscription is issued and renewed at the customer’s request at the end of each month. So far, such offers are available only in the regions of Veneto and Emilia-Romagna.
The subscription to the Weedoo restaurant in Lymone costs 149 euro. The new restaurant Gabare in Ravenna offers it for 240 euro, and there is an option only with dinner for 120 euro. A subscription for two adults and two children costs about 400 euro. Gabare, which focuses on traditional cuisine, offers three options for the first and second courses.