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Restaurant gives free bottle of wine if you give up phone

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At this restaurant in Italy, letting go of your cell phone actually helps.

Al Condominio, which opened in March in the northern city of Verona, is offering a free bottle of wine to customers who leave their phones with them before their meal.

“We wanted to open a restaurant that was different from other restaurants,” said owner Angelo Lella. guardian on monday. “That’s why we chose this format. Customers can choose to forego technology while still enjoying some fun together.”

He added: “Technology is the problem. You don’t need to look at your phone every five seconds, but for many people, it’s like a drug. This is a great way to put technology aside. “It gives us the opportunity to drink delicious wine.”

“We wanted to open a restaurant that was different from other restaurants,” Al Condominio owner Angelo Lella told the Guardian. united studio

When you arrive, leave your phone in the box under the locked key at the entrance.

All you have to do is show your key to the waiter to receive your free bottle of wine.

These aren’t the only benefits customers get by locking their mobile devices.

You can also leave a letter in the same box your phone was in so you can review your meal.

The person who writes the most glowing review and sings the highest praises will receive a free meal on their next visit.

Al Condominio, which opened in March in the northern city of Verona, is offering a free bottle of wine to customers who leave their phones with them before their meal. TikTok/@leca.ursachi
To receive a free bottle of wine, customers simply need to show their mobile phone lockbox key to the waiter. TikTok/@leca.ursachi

“The response was very positive. 90% of customers chose to put their phones aside in exchange for wine,” Lera said.

“It’s really great to see people embrace it,” he continued. They’re talking to each other instead of looking at photos or replying to messages on their phones. ”

The Guardian reports that another Italian restaurant, Separe 1968, is offering vouchers to customers who give up their cellphones.

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