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A "CAFÉ JOYEUX" WILL SOON OPEN ITS DOORS IN THE CITY OF LYON - NEOZONE
The exact address in Lyon of the new coffee-shop "Café Joyeux" has not yet been made public. On the occasion of the reopening of these different restaurants, the city of Lyon is getting ready to welcome its first "Café Joyeux". This is not just any café. It trains and employs people with mental and cognitive disabilities to cook and serve customers. Its slogan: "Served with the heart".
GIRONDE: A HAPPY COFFEE SHOP OPENS IN BORDEAUX, EMPLOYING WAITERS WITH AUTISM AND TRISOMY - ACTUBORDEAUX
The solidarity coffee shop, which mainly employs people with Down's syndrome or autism, has postponed its opening, initially scheduled for March 3, to Tuesday, June 2, 2020, because of the confinement. And its founders, Yann and Lydwine Bucaille Lanrezac, have a lot of ideas since they also plan to open a huge ephemeral concept store in Paris on March 9, and other points of sale in Lille, Lyon, Versailles and Tours later this year.
CAFÉ JOYEUX OPENS IN BORDEAUX - BORDEAUX TENDANCES
After Rennes and Paris, Café Joyeux will soon open in Bordeaux on rue Sainte-Colombe, in the heart of the city. The concept, a 150 m2 café-restaurant, is run by a team of 14 employees with mental disabilities and autism.
IN BORDEAUX, DISABLED PEOPLE ARE HAPPY AT CAFÉ JOYEUX - SUD OUEST
The latest addition to the family of café-restaurants that train and employ people with mental and cognitive disabilities has opened in Place Sainte-Colombe. In an iconoclastic and warm decor where the color yellow reigns, symbol of the project, one awaits the total deconfinement with impatience.
A JOYFUL CAFÉ OPENS IN BORDEAUX WITH 14 YOUNG DISABLED PEOPLE AT THE HELM - FRANCE BLEU
After Rennes and Paris, a café joyeux is opening in Bordeaux. The concept: about 15 young people with mental or cognitive disabilities cook and serve, helped by three supervisors. Planned for March, the opening finally had to wait for the deconfinement.
"13H15 LE SAMEDI". HAPPY BET(S) - FRANCE 2
Some 90% of people with mental disabilities can't find work... So an entrepreneur who made his fortune in the energy field wanted to outsmart the statistics. In 2018, Yann Bucaille opened a café unlike any other in the Opera district of Paris.
CAFÉ JOYEUX: FROM RENNES TO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AVENUE IN THE WORLD - OUEST FRANCE
Two years after the launch of the first Café Joyeux in Rennes, on rue Vasselot, the company run by Yann Bucaille from Dinard, some of whose employees are mentally handicapped, has developed well. Two other coffee shops have opened in Paris and Bordeaux. On March 10, 2020, on the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Élysées, a new establishment was born. The teams of 13 h 15, Saturday, on France 2, followed its opening just before the confinement.
A COFFEE-SHOP WITH DISABLED STAFF WILL OPEN IN THE HEART OF LYON - LE BONBON
"Great, an 870th coffee shop in Lyon... Don't be fooled by the bonbecs, because this one's first mission is to break the codes and change the way people look at things. In the next few weeks, Lyon will welcome a coffee shop with employees suffering from Down's syndrome or autism. A really good idea.
VIDEO. "WE THINK THAT WORK IS A TREASURE THAT MUST BE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL": THE FOUNDER OF THE CAFÉ JOYEUX CHAIN - FRANCE 2
The flagship of the coffee-shop brand opened its doors on the Champs-Elysées... just before having to lower its curtain due to a health crisis. The "Joyeux team members", mentally or cognitively handicapped, welcomed the Head of State that day... Extract from the magazine "13h15 le samedi" of May 30, 2020.
"IT CAN ONLY MAKE THINGS GO FORWARD": THE CAFÉ JOYEUX, WITH ITS MENTALLY HANDICAPPED EMPLOYEES, HAS OPENED ITS DOORS ON THE CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES - FRANCE INFO
Here is a café-restaurant where the employees, as well as the customers, have a smile. In total, in this brand new Café joyeux installed on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, there are 19 "joyful team members": employees with Down syndrome, autism or other cognitive disorders. Inaugurated on Monday by the Head of State, this 5th store of the chain opened its doors to the public on Tuesday March 10. This ephemeral café will remain open for at least six months, the premises having been lent for this period by the insurance group Groupama. This chain aims to change the way people look at disability and to promote the integration of people with disabilities into the mainstream workplace.
BRIGITTE AND EMMANUEL MACRON INAUGURATE THE CAFÉ JOYEUX ON THE CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES - LE PARISIEN
Emmanuel Macron inaugurated this Monday in Paris, on the Champs Elysees, the fifth Café Joyeux, a café-restaurant that employs people with mental disabilities. On the Champs Elysees, the ephemeral café will remain open for at least six months, the premises having been for this period made available free of charge as a loan by the insurer Groupama.
In March 2018, Brigitte Macron and Sophie Cluzel had together inaugurated a previous Café Joyeux in the Opera district. Other Café Joyeux are expected to spring up all over France, with requests piling up on Yann Bucaille Lanrezac's desk. He hopes to open seven new cafés in the next 24 months in Lyon, Lille, Tours, Versailles, Marseille, Angers and Montpellier.
DISABILITY: MACRON INAUGURATES A HAPPY CAFE ON THE CHAMPS-ELYSÉES - YAHOO!
Paris (AFP) - Emmanuel Macron inaugurated Monday on the Champs Elysees the fifth Café Joyeux, a café-restaurant that employs people with mental disabilities. Accompanied by the Secretary of State for Disability Sophie Cluzel, the president had promised to come to Café Joyeux during the National Conference on Disability in February. "It is a great initiative that I wanted to support," he said.
EMMANUEL AND BRIGITTE MACRON INAUGURATE THE JOYFUL CAFÉ ON THE CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES - PARIS MATCH
He had promised to come to the national conference on disability in February at the Elysée Palace. It is since Monday morning a promise kept. Emmanuel Macron went to the Café Joyeux, on the Champs Elysées in the company of his wife Brigitte and the Secretary of State for Disability Sophie Cluzel
"CAFÉ JOYEUX", THE ADDRESS THAT IS ABOUT TO PUT A SMILE BACK ON THE CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES - LE FIGARO
The chain, in full development, employs mainly mentally handicapped people. A restaurant opens this Tuesday for several months on the main shopping street.
CAFÉ JOYEUX: SOLIDARITY RESTAURANTS THAT TRAIN AND EMPLOY PEOPLE WITH MENTAL DISABILITIES - EUROPE 1
As part of the Trophées de l'Avenir, Europe 1 rewards companies, associations or local authorities for their audacity, innovation and vision. Café Joyeux is nominated in the "Solidarity" category.
YANN BUCAILLE-LANREZAC, A CAPTAIN FOR CAFÉS jOYEUX - LE FIGARO
PORTRAIT - In his restaurants, which employ Down's syndrome or autistic waiters, this committed entrepreneur proposes to change the way people look at disability and difference. His latest address opens this Tuesday on the Champs-Élysées.
CAFÉ JOYEUX: THE INTEGRATED KITCHEN - LIBERATION
In Yann Bucaille Lanrezac's restaurants, people with mental or cognitive disabilities serve and cook. And it's good, warm and professional. A real success story, in Paris and Rennes, for the founder of the brand who wants to give more visibility to people with disabilities.
THE BEAUTIFUL SUCCESS OF THE CAFÉ JOYEUX IN RENNES - OUEST FRANCE
Accompanied by friends who themselves have a daughter with Down's syndrome, Albert and Paola of Belgium came to discover, privately, this amazing place. We all need joy and love," said the Queen, with emotion. What we experience here is very beautiful. Requests are pouring in from all over France, especially from parents who want such an establishment to open in their town. We can't be present everywhere," regrets Yann Bucaille-Lanrezac. In the meantime, we have created a brand of coffee in beans or capsules, Café joyeux, served from the heart.
IN THIS CAFÉ, DISABLED PEOPLE SERVE - CAPITAL
By employing disabled people, Café Joyeux proves that wealth creation is not only a matter of big money. The success comes "in addition": after Rennes and Paris, five openings are planned in the year.
"THIS JOB CHANGED MY LIFE": IN THIS CAFÉ, THE WAITERS ARE AUTISTIC OR TRISOMIC - L'OBS
"I can list all the cafés!" she says proudly. Mathilde has been working at the "Joyeux" café in Paris for exactly one year. This establishment employs only disabled staff, accompanied by supervisors. It opened last year on March 21, World Down Syndrome Day.
ROUTE DU RHUM : SIDNEY GAVIGNET WINS IN THE SINGLE-HANDED RUM CATEGORY - OUEST FRANCE
Sidney Gavignet finished yesterday evening with "his" Route du Rhum at 23 hours 18 minutes and 5 seconds. He is the first of the Rhum Mono category to land after 16 days, 11 hours, 18 minutes and 5 seconds of crossing. "I am very happy. Guadeloupe, you have to deserve it. It was not a race for beginners, with a lot of sea and wind. Yann Bucaille slapped my hand and said "let's go!" at the end of June. It's great to have done the job, and to do it for the Cafés Joyeux. It makes a difference to do these things for a worthwhile cause. The Merrymakers are worth it."
ROUTE DU RHUM. RUM MONO: SIDNEY GAVIGNET... HAPPY! - LE TÉLÉGRAMME
He had a blast on his Route du Rhum, which should be his last, he announced in Saint-Malo. Sidney Gavignet was, on Tuesday, joyful, by winning in Rhum Mono under the eyes of his partner Yann Bucaille, who at the beginning was to be at the helm of the 52 feet. After 16 days 10 h 18'05'' of racing, the skipper of "Café Joyeux" crossed the finish line in Pointe-à-Pitre, at 00 h 18'05'' (metropolitan time), a few hours after the third Café Joyeux (*) was opened in Paris. Two victories in one during this disability week.
VIDEO ROUTE DU RHUM : PASSING THE LOCKS WITH THE BOAT CAFÉ JOYEUX - OUEST FRANCE
The boat Café Joyeux, which has been anchored in Dinard since its arrival on Sunday, October 21, passed through the locks of Saint-Malo to moor at the pontoon, this Wednesday, October 24. The skipper Sidney Gavignet took on board crew members from the coffee shop in Rennes and volunteers from Emeraude Voile Solidaire to let them enjoy this special moment.
ROUTE DU RHUM - CAFÉ JOYEUX : A PROJECT WITH A BIG HEART - LE TÉLÉGRAMME
Nicolas Hulot and Samuel Le Bihan attended the christening of Café Joyeux, the boat from Dinard engaged in the Route du Rhum - Destination Guadeloupe. The blessing of the boat Café Joyeux, engaged for the Route du Rhum, took place on Tuesday, October 23 in the marina of Dinard (35), in the presence of the actor Samuel Le Bihan, godfather of the boat, of the former minister Nicolas Hulot, of Yann Bucaille, the owner, and Sidney Gavignet, his skipper.
V1D2 SHIPYARD LAUNCHES A HAPPY SAILING BOAT FOR THE ROUTE DU RHUM - OUEST FRANCE
Wednesday, August 8, 2018, the sailboat Café Joyeux was launched on the quays of the Presqu'île. Repaired by the V1D2 shipyard in Caen, it will be driven for the Route du Rhum 2018.
13H15 LE SAMEDI SERVI AVEC LE CŒUR - FRANCE 2
The magazine 13h15 le samedi (Facebook, Twitter, 13h15) has pushed the door of Café Joyeux served with the heart: a new Parisian establishment that has taken the challenge of hiring almost exclusively employees with mental disabilities.
THE PORTRAIT : EMMANUEL, A WAITER LIKE THE OTHERS - FRANCE 2
Emmanuel, 19 years old, has Down's syndrome. Since Wednesday, he has been a waiter at Café Joyeux, a new Parisian establishment that has taken the gamble of hiring almost exclusively employees with mental disabilities. For Emmanuel, this job is not just a way to earn a living. It's the opportunity of a lifetime, to finally be almost like everyone else.
Brigitte Macron inaugurates a coffee shop run by mentally disabled people - Paris Match
Brigitte Macron inaugurated Wednesday Joyeux, a Parisian coffee shop whose staff is made up of people with mental disabilities or cognitive disorders. The Secretary of State for Disability Sophie Cluzel and Nicolas Hulot, the Minister of Ecological Transition and Solidarity, were present.
AT THE SOURCE - KTO TV
We offer you a report full of hope in a new Parisian café. Café Joyeux opened its doors yesterday with a particularity: the waiters are trisomic, autistic or mentally deficient
"HERE, WE SERVE WITH OUR HEARTS!" AT THE CAFÉ JOYEUX, DISABLED PEOPLE WELCOME YOU AND DO THE COOKING - LCI
REPORTAGE - In Paris, the first coffee shop run by disabled people opens on Thursday, with the idea of changing society's view of difference, and giving work to people who are often invisible. The café will have a first customer: the First Lady Brigitte Macron is coming for the inauguration this Wednesday.