Paris Cafe Re-Opens Their Doors 3 Weeks After Terrorist Attacks

Image: JACQUES BRINON/ASSOCIATED PRESS

Image: JACQUES BRINON/ASSOCIATED PRESS

A La Bonne Biere is one of the Paris cafes where innocent customers  died in a hail of bullets from terrorist ISIS group. Just 3 weeks after the tragedy, they decided to reopen their doors to the public on  Nov. 13.
“It’s time to get together again, united, to move on and not forget,” said a message on the menu-board at the cafe.
Audrey Bily, manager of the first attacked cafe to reopen its doors, said it was time to “bounce back.”

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Photo by Mustafa Yalcin/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Photo by Mustafa Yalcin/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Several other eastern Paris cafes and restaurants hit in the attacks hope to reopen sooner as the most visited city in the world seeks to resume normal life.
Many showed up to show appreciation and support for the businesses that suffered a great amount of loss.

Image: JACQUES BRINON/ASSOCIATED PRESS

Image: JACQUES BRINON/ASSOCIATED PRESS

Article: Huffington Post