Dedicated to the delivery of dishes ordered online, these virtual restaurants have multiplied since the health crisis. In Bordeaux, although the extent of the phenomenon is not known, some are already in conflict with their neighborhoods for nuisances of all kinds. While new facilities are expected, such as Deliveroo Éditions’ multi-brand dark kitchen, the municipality is seeking to contain the deployment of this activity without arriving at an effective solution. First of two parts on this new “dark” economy that is disrupting the retail sector and the sharing of public space.
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