Taking inspiration from Vilnus, Lithuania, which turned its streets into a "vast open-air café," Mayor Jesse Arregun of Berkeley, Calif., is planning to close streets in his city in order to be able to re-open restaurants for business, holding to all the safety measures of social distancing. Right now the city is reaching to owners and deciding which streets to close and also when is the right and safest moment to get back to business. If you've ever dreamed of eating al fresco in Berkeley, now will be the right time.

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