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Live Updates: Here’S What Alpharetta, Milton Businesses, Restaurants Are Doing In Response To Coronavirus Concerns

Editor’s note: This list will be continue to be updated. Have a restaurant or business to include? Email

The city of Alpharetta passed an emergency ordinance March 20 stating that dine-in services at all restaurants, bars and other food-serving establishments within city limits are prohibited until further notice. Alcoholic beverage delivery is allowed as long as food is also purchased, and takeout, takeaway and deliveries are still permitted. The city of Milton has not passed a similar ordinance as of publication March 23, but some businesses are responding to coronavirus concerns individually.

Here is how Alpharetta and Milton business and restaurant owners are operating amid coronavirus concerns and Alpharetta’s restaurant mandate.

Updated 3:41 p.m. April 7

Alpharetta restaurants:

2BWhole Gluten-Free Bakery, located at 42 Milton Ave., Ste. B, Alpharetta, offers to-go, delivery and curbside pickup. Guests can still go in the bakery, but there is a two-person limit inside. To order takeout or curbside pickup, guests can call the bakery or order online. 2BWhole also offers delivery on the website or via DoorDash and Uber Eats. 470-395-5248.

Alpine Bakery and Trattoria, located at 12315 Crabapple Road, Alpharetta, offers delivery via ChowNow and DoorDash, and pickup is also available via phone. 770-410-9883.

Altobeli’s Restaurant & Piano Bar, located at 3000 Old Alabama Road, Alpharetta, launched a new online ordering site March 22 after dine-in services were no longer allowed. Guests can order takeout or curbside pickup directly from Altobeli’s, or order delivery via GrubHub. 770-664-8055.

Antico, located at 3185 Avalon Blvd., Alpharetta, closed its dining room and offers takeout online or delivery through Uber Eats, Postmates and DoorDash. 770-674-8811.

Barleygarden Kitchen & Craft Bar, located at 900 Avalon Blvd., Alpharetta, is offering weekend popups on Fri.-Sat. from noon-8 p.m. until further notice, the first of which kicked off April 4. The popups feature a limited to-go food menu with beer, wine and mixed drinks available for to-go orders with the purchase of food. 678-266-6220.

Bocado Burger, located at 2820 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, offers pickup and delivery orders on the restaurant’s website as well as via DoorDash and ChowNow. 678-248-5223.

Botiwalla, located at 24 S. Main St., Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

BurgerFi, located at 5475 Windward Parkway, Alpharetta, offers pickup and delivery services online. 770-817-4658. chúng tôi

Butcher & Brew, located at 3 S. Main St., Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

Carson Kitchen, located at 4 S. Main St., Alpharetta, is closed until at least April 6.

Citizen Soul, located at 60 S. Main St., Alpharetta, closed its dining room but offers takeout and delivery online. 678-317-3232.

Coalition Food and Beverage, located at 50 Canton St., Ste. 108, Alpharetta, has partnered with sister restaurants Table & Main and Osteria Mattone-located in Roswell-to offer a combined limited menu. The menu is available for ordering from noon-8 p.m. Tue.-Sat. and can be found pinned to the top of each restaurant’s Facebook page. Pickup is available only at Osteria Mattone, located at 1095 Canton St., Roswell, from 4-8 p.m. and can be ordered by calling 678-878-3378 or 678-869-5178.

Colletta, located at 900 Third St., Alpharetta, has 10% off to-go orders and curbside pickup is available as well. Call to order. 678-722-8335.

Crust Pasta & Pizzeria, located at 131 S. Main St., Alpharetta, is now providing takeout and curbside pickup orders while its dining room is closed. Guests can call to order during business hours from noon-9 p.m. Sun.-Thu. and noon-10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 770-777-6789.

Flatlands Bourbon & Bayou, located at 52 N. Main St., Alpharetta, offers takeout and curbside pickup services via phone. Delivery is also available via DoorDash. 470-242-5458.

Galeto Brazilian Steakhouse, located at 2355 Mansell Road, Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

Holmes Restaurant, located at 50 S. Main St., Alpharetta, offers takeout only. Visit the website or call to order. 678-691-8320.

Kilwins, located at 251 Market St., Alpharetta, is still open for normal business hours. The shop now offers curbside delivery via phone. 470-268-4328.

La Casa Italian Grill, located at 37 Old Roswell St., Alpharetta, is closed until further notice.

M Thai Street Food, located at 875 N. Main St., Ste. 301, Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

Marlow’s Tavern, located at 3719 Old Alabama Road, Alpharetta, offers to-go and curbside pickup orders. Call to order. 678-248-5230.

Nahm Thai Cuisine, located at 5310 W. Windward Parkway, Alpharetta, offers takeout and delivery, with 20% off all takeout and delivery orders. Guests ordering $100 or more can receive free delivery. 678-762-1818.

The Nest Cafe, located at 58 Canton St., Ste. 101, Alpharetta, is offering to-go orders and delivery via DoorDash or Uber Eats. To place a to-go order, call or visit the website. 678-231-2477.

Never Enough Thyme, located at 8 S. Main St., Alpharetta, offers delivery, curbside pickup and to-go orders via phone or on the restaurant’s website. 470-395-3977.

Pepperoni’s Tavern, located at 4190 Old Milton Parkway, Ste. 2A, Alpharetta, is offering curbside pickup and carryout orders by phone or on the restaurant’s website. Delivery is available via Uber Eats. 770-343-8228.

Ray’s at Killer Creek, located at 1700 Mansell Road, Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

Rumi’s Kitchen, located at 7105 Avalon Blvd., Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

Salt Factory Pub, located at 102 S. Main St., Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

South City Kitchen, located at 9000 Avalon Blvd., Alpharetta, is temporarily closed from March 17-29.

South Main Kitchen, located at 9 S. Main St., Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe, located at 5306 Windward Parkway, Alpharetta, is open for delivery and curbside pickup orders as well as any pickup catering orders. Orders can be placed by phone or online Mon.-Sat. 11:15 a.m.-7:45 p.m. and Sun. 11:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m. 470-235-5614.

Ted’s Montana Grill, located at 6100 Avalon Blvd., Alpharetta, is temporarily closed.

True Food Kitchen, located at 2140 Avalon Blvd., Alpharetta, is temporarily closed from March 18-27.

Truck & Tap, located at 30 Milton Ave., Alpharetta, shorted its hours to 2:30-9:30 p.m. Sun.-Sat., offering to-go orders only. Call or visit the restaurant to order. 770-680-2760.

Village Tavern, located at 11555 Rainwater Drive, Alpharetta, is offering to-go and curbside pickup orders via Facebook and phone. 770-777-6490.

Wildflour, located at 5815 Windward Parkway, Ste. 210, Alpharetta, shortened its hours to 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon.-Sat. and offers to-go orders via phone. Delivery is also available via DoorDash. 678-822-9453.

Milton restaurants:

7 Acre barNgrill, located at 850 Hickory Flat Road, Milton, is temporarily closed until further notice. Guests can purchase 7 Acre’s cakes and pies at Roswell Provisions for a limited time, located at 955 Canton St., Ste. 110, Roswell.

BobbyG’s Chicago Eatery & Sports Bar, located at 12990 Hwy. 9, Milton, is closed temporarily until further notice.

Brooklyn Joe’s Pizza, Pasta & Grill, located at 13065 Hwy. 9, Milton, closed its dining room March 25 but offers curbside pickup, to-go and delivery orders. Call the restaurant to order. 770-754-0202.

Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails, located at 800 Mayfield Road, Milton, closed its dining room and began offering curbside pickup as of March 19 with delivery services available via Uber Eats. Hours have changed to 2-8 p.m. Sun.-Sat. 770-817-0161.

Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub, located at 12650 Crabapple Road, Ste. 100, Milton, is offering a limited menu for delivery and pickup orders as well as family-size meals, a fish fry every Friday from 4-7 p.m., weekly specials from Tue.-Thu., packaged beer and wine and growlers of Guinness beer. Guests can order on the restaurant’s website or through Uber Eats, DoorDash and Grubhub. 678-624-1090.

Scratch Fresh, located at 12890 Hwy. 9, Milton, began offering family meals to-go-which feeds four people-in addition to individual meals. To-go orders must be picked up by 3 p.m., and curbside pickup is also available. Delivery services are in the works. 678-393-9059.

The Union Restaurant, located at 14275 Providence Road, Milton, closed its doors temporarily from March 17 until further notice.

Yan’s Cafe, located at 12890 Hwy. 9, Milton, offers pickup and delivery services Mon.-Sat. while its dining room is closed. Pickup is available from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. and delivery is available from 4-9 p.m. Guests can order online at the restaurant’s website or by phone. 678-638-0868.

Your Pie, located at 2955 Bethany Bend, Ste. 300, Milton, closed its dining room March 28 but offers delivery, curbside pickup and to-go orders. The restaurant also adjusted its hours, now open Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. and closed on Sundays. Guests can call or go online to order. 470-210-5151.

Alpharetta businesses:

The Ballog, located at 235 Market St., Alpharetta, closed its doors temporarily but is still taking orders via the new store website, which launched March 25. Guests can have orders shipped to them, arrange curbside pickup or delivery from one of the shop’s staff members.

Magnolia Moon, located at 245 Market St., Alpharetta, is now offering free shipping on online orders, and curbside delivery is also available. 470-375-3460.

Mountain High Outfitters, located at 405 S. Broad St., Alpharetta, offers curbside and in-store pickup options. 470-268-7175.

Perched Alpharetta, located at 215 Market St., Alpharetta, closed its doors temporarily beginning March 22 until further notice. Online ordering is still available via direct message on Facebook, email or on the website. Curbside pickup is still available upon request. 678-899-8015 or

The Red Hound, located at 211 Market St., Alpharetta, offers curbside pickup but no in-store shopping as of March 21. Guests can order items online or via phone. 678-624-7733.

Milton businesses:

Whitetail Bicycles, located at 770 Mid Broadwell Road, Milton, limited its hours temporarily beginning March 16, no longer accepts cash and discontinued the option of refilling reusable mugs or cups for its coffee shop. The online store remains fully operational. 470-282-6789.

Best Vegetarian Restaurants In Yangon: Where To Find Vegan Salads, Gluten

Despite the booming restaurant scene , it’s no secret that Yangon doesn’t exactly cater to its vegetarians and vegans. While we can boast joints that serve some mouthwatering burgers or quirky , being a herbivore in Yangon is hard… or is it? is a site for the people, and when the people asked us what the best vegetarian restaurants in Yangon were, we answered the call.

Keep in mind that, in general, restaurants will be happy to accommodate your dietary requirements and make a dish vegetarian and/or whip up a few vegetarian dishes that aren’t on the menu. However, that’s a lot of work, and if you don’t speak much Myanmar or are just in one of those moods where you want to enjoy a meal with minimal human contact (we’ve all been there), then check out this list of the best vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the city. (In all cases, keep an eye out for small dried shrimps and ask about the use of fish sauce, which is sometimes considered “vegetarian”.)

Nourish Café 36/38B Alan Payar Road

Any restaurant that’s jointly operated and located next to a yoga house must serve healthy helpings of fruits and vegetables, which is exactly what Nourish is and does. The restaurant touts itself as offering “plant-based food to nourish your body and soul,” and has an extensive vegan menu, making it one-of-a-kind in Yangon and quite possibly all of Myanmar. First off, they have two all-day breakfast options: a Chocolate Granola Bowl and Coconut Apple Oatmeal, both of which sound and taste so delicious you feel like there’s no way it can be “health food.” Then there are the main dishes, which include a rainbow-colored quinoa salad and the Nourish Burger. On weekends and holidays, order off their brunch menu and get the Breakfast Burrito, or the Full English Breakfast, which replaces the traditional bacon/egg/sausage spread with tofu, vegan sausages, pinto beans, grilled tomatoes, green beans, sweet potato hash, and two slices of sourdough toast. If you want to indulge your sweet tooth, try their vegan carrot cake, the Coconut Chia Pudding, or one of the “bliss balls.” Nourish also serves freshly brewed kombucha, making it probably the only restaurant in Yangon to do so. Their “glo-bowls” are also a vegan/vegetarian’s dream – our favorite is the Latin Black Bean Bowl, which includes black beans and fresh pineapple piled on top of barley, baked sweet potato, roasted pumpkin and grilled corn, and topped off with a cilantro lemon dressing.

The Marina 63 Taw Win Road, Dagon Township (near the Thai Embassy)

In addition to being one of Yangon’s best Indian restaurants, The Marina is also one of Yangon’s best vegetarian restaurants. Whether you’re vegan or vegetarian (or neither), there are dishes aplenty for you to choose from, and it’s not hard to see why the place is a star on the city’s vegetarian/vegan scene. The butter naan is to die for, and the Palak Paneer and Paneer Tikka are favorites among both vegetarian and meat-loving customers. If you want to start off your meal with a light snack, try the vegetarian spring rolls, the vegetarian dim sum, and/or the mixed vegetarian kebab platter. Next, flip over to the extensive vegetarian mains menu, which includes perfectly simmered mango curry, a colorful Vegetable Jalfrezi, and the crowd-favorite Jeera Aloo. If you’re really hungry, go for their vegetable biryani. Not in a naan mood? Pair your mains with the Kashmiri Pulao, the Ghee Rice, or go with a classic and order some roti. Wash down your spicy meal with a mango or strawberry lassi, or if you’re trying to warm up during the cold rainy season, the Masala Chai Tea is *makes chef kissing noise with fingers*.

Lanmadaw Vegetarian Restaurant 451 Pyay Road, Kamaryut Township

One of the few entirely vegetarian Myanmar-run restaurants, Lanmadaw is a hit among locals who want to eat affordable vegetarian dishes without having to sacrifice taste. The no-frills restaurant is operated by a Chinese family, making it a good call if you’re really in the mood for quality Chinese food, regardless of whether or not you’re a vegetarian. While it might not look as fancy as the other restaurants on this list, it’s an entirely vegetarian restaurant with not a meat dish in sight. That being said, if you don’t read Myanmar, the menu indicates that there are meat dishes on offer, but don’t fret as it’s all vegan “meat” alternatives. So, if you want to relive your meat-eating days or just feel like tricking your meat-eating friends, choose from fish cake, chicken, chicken wings (separate from chicken), squid, prawn, pork, etc., each of which can be prepared four to six different ways. If you’re not really a meat alternative person, Lanmadaw’s tofu dishes are also really good; we personally recommend pairing the hot and sour tofu with a bowl of white rice or fried rice/noodles.

Vedge Indian Restaurant 158/168 Mahanbandoola Park Street

Due to the limited restaurant choices, a popular vegetarian Yangonite trick is to go to Indian restaurants (see above: The Marina). However, an Indian restaurant that also happens to be entirely vegetarian and pretty damn delicious is a win-win for both vegetarians and Indian cuisine lovers, making Vedge a popular dining spot. A hookah bar is set up on the first floor, but don’t worry if you want to go for a family meal, as the ground floor is still a traditional dining area. To share with your vegan friends, order the Kachumber Salad. There’s a sandwiches and pizza section of the menu for those wanting more of an Indian-European type deal (e.g. Paneer Tikka Sandwich). If you’d rather stick to Indian cuisine, we personally recommend the Rajma Chawal, the Dum Aloo cooked in a Hyderabadi style, or the Dal Makhani. And like any respectable Indian restaurant, the dosas and naan at Vedge are top-notch. If at the end of your meal you still have space left for dessert, ask for the Galja Hawar or Phirni, or just a good old-fashioned kulfi.

Monsoon 85/87 Theinbyu Road, Botahtaung Township

Having attracted big names like Bill Clinton, Monsoon and its very, very long menu are a hit among locals and tourists alike. Although the aforementioned length of their menu might seem a bit daunting at first, it’s precisely that abundance that makes the place so vegetarian and vegan-friendly. To share, get the Ah Kyaw Sone (fried vegetable fritters) or the crudité with yogurt dip. In the Myanmar cuisine section, choices include the Pe Thee Sane Thote (bean salad), Kayanthee Hnut (braised eggplant, although ask to remove the dried shimps), or Myin Khwa Ywet Thoke (pennywort salad). In terms of soups, we personally recommend the Buthee Kyarzan Hin Ngar (gourd and glass noodle), or Theesone Chin Yay (assorted vegetables). If you want to dip into other cuisines, there’s plenty more to choose from, including the Cambodian Samlor Chhruoh, or the Thai Pad Thai. Alternatively, go in the opposite direction and order off of their European menu, which consists of staples such as Gazpacho and Spaghetti Aglio e Olio. All of the desserts are vegetarian as well, although we’re partial to the Sago in Coconut Milk. (If you’ve got some spare time after your meal, Pomelo, a social enterprise that sells a wide variety of colorful handmade knick-knacks, is located just a few feet next door.)

Mañana Ground floor of Pearl Condo Block C

One of the few authentic Mexican restaurants in town, Mañana has a separate vegetarian menu that’s just as delicious as everything else on their non-vegetarian menu. Mañana is known for their tacos, and their Viva Veggie Taco and Myanmex Meda Taco definitely live up to the hype. Note that the Viva Veggie and Myanmex Meda options are also available as a tostada, quesadilla, burrito, rice bowl, or salad. The Myeik Style, which contains cauliflower, cabbage, green beans, and onions come in burrito, salad, rice bowl, and taco form. The Tortilla Soup is a perfect starter or side, and their house flan is one of our favorite desserts in all of Yangon. Other vegetarian stars on the menu include enfrijoladas cooked in a wonderful bean sauce, the enchiladas that ooze cheese with each bite, and the simple yet excellent Mexican rice and beans. The Designer Nachos are every Mexican food lover’s dream, and are smothered in caramelized onions, toasted corn, cheese, black beans, a brandy and beer sauce… need we go on? Even if you’re not craving a large Mexican meal, Mañana is still a good place to hang out and catch up with old friends over some of the city’s best homemade chips and guacamole, accompanied by a pitcher of one of their several different flavors of margaritas of course.

Le Planteur 80 University Avenue

We don’t recommend going to Le Planteur for dinner, as vegetarian options on their à la carte menu are almost nonexistent – there’s the Eggplant Cannelloni served with a green pea coulis, and well, that’s it (unless you count dessert). Instead, we would suggest going here for lunch, during which you can fully enjoy their vegetarian lunch set menu. Like all fancy French restaurants, the meal opens with an amuse bouche, followed by an Asparagus and Eggplant Caviar Salad drizzled with truffle oil. You can then choose between the Vegetable Tartlet, or the Spinach and Feta Ravioli (we prefer the latter). Finish off your meal with a crisp and creamy Vanilla and Raspberry Mille-feuille. Be warned though that the set menus are subject to change, so while they’ll probably always have some form of vegetarian menu on offer, it’s best to call ahead and check what they’ll be serving on the particular day you want to visit. At USD49, the lunch set isn’t cheap, but if you need to take guests to an upscale lunch spot – be warned that the vegetarian menu is the cheapest of the bunch – then the price tag might be worth overlooking just this once.

While the Savoy has a somewhat vegetarian/vegan-friendly everyday à la carte menu, we recommend opting for their Green Thursdays’ completely meat-free brunch, which offer a free fresh juice with every meal. Unfortunately, a lot of their vegetarian dishes do contain cheese, so it’s not the best place to go for a hassle-free vegan meal. It’s also a bit tricky to suggest any dishes as the beauty of Green Thursdays is that the menu rotates every week (although not by much, especially for the vegetarian options), so while it’s a bit of a gamble, it’s also a great way to ensure that you’re not stuck eating an identical meal from one week to the next. That being said, you can sort of predict what the menu will be. For starters, it’s almost always a salad, although in the past they have had Fried Camembert complete with raspberry jam, mixed leaves, and a house dressing, as well as Grilled Vegetables with a balsamic dressing. If you like rice and/or Italian food, the good news is that the main course will almost always be some form of risotto; in the past, the menu has featured a Lemon Thyme Risotto, Wild Mushroom Risotto, and an Herb Risotto. The best part is the dessert, which can be anything from an Apple Crumble served with caramel ice-cream and a zesty lime curd, to a tried-and-true slice of warm chocolate cake (paired with ice-cream, naturally). A two-course meal costs USD16, and three courses will set you back USD19.

Nepali & Indian Food 648 Merchant Road (between Shwe Bon Thar Road and 39th Street)

The restaurant’s name is as straightforward as its food, which, as it touts, is strictly vegetarian Indian and Nepali cuisine. The choices are limited compared to a larger Indian restaurant, but on the plus side, you get peace of mind from the knowledge that everything is “only vegetable”. The flavors more than make up for the shop’s deceiving simplicity, with the biryani being among the best in Yangon. For the really hungry folks, order the fantastic and filling Thali set, or go down the traditional route and get a rice and curry set. If you’re with friends, get a few different dishes to share – we really like their Mushroom Matar, Shahi Paneer, and the Chana Masala, all of which come in nice big portions – along with some homemade plain or garlic naan. In the mornings, freshly made Aloo Puri, Chapati, and Dosa are all available from 7:30am to 9am, as is a steaming ginger-infused brew of Masala Chai (vegans can ask for soy milk). Be warned that they’re closed on the 11 th of every month, but otherwise feel free to eat to your heart’s content on the other 29 or 30 days of the month.

“Mon Partenaire Est Un Grand Enfant”

La nostalgie des hommes pour leurs passions d’enfance n’est pas chose nouvelle et l’humour potache a toujours enchanté les garçons. Mais désormais, les héros de Star Wars et de Harry Potter côtoient les indétrônables de la bande dessinée et des séries cultes dans l’imaginaire masculin. Et pour la première fois, le phénomène atteint les dimensions d’une culture. Avec l’apparition, d’une nouvelle race de héros ni beaux, ni forts, ni intelligents, plus souvent bêtes, immatures, mal élevés (exemple : Brice de Nice)… Et d’une nouvelle rivale pour les femmes, la PlayStation, sur laquelle certains passent des nuits à exterminer des bandes new-yorkaises ou à jouer les pilotes de formule 1.

Il y a plus de dix ans, les sociologues révélaient un nouveau phénomène de société : une génération entière, les trentenaires d’alors, refusant de grandir et se vautrant dans les plaisirs régressifs pour oublier la dureté de la vie. Le phénomène, en fait, est aujourd’hui ” transgénérationnel ” et touche nombre de nos partenaires qui, avec leurs collec’, leurs manies, leurs marottes, tentent de résister au temps qui passe. Comme si être adulte signifiait être vieux.

Cadres sup’, employés, ouvriers, fonctionnaires… les hommes-enfants sont désormais partout, dans toutes les professions. Ils ont entre 25 et 45 ans, voire plus, et sévissent surtout à la maison, une fois débarrassés de leur tenue de ville. Une manière, sans doute, de compenser le stress quotidien, de créer une complicité entre pairs. Et paradoxalement, peut-être, de franchir un pas vers l’âge adulte.

Homme enfant : ” On est arrivés à un stade où l’on ne fait plus grand-chose à deux. ”

Peggy, laborantine, et Laurent, conducteur en usine le jour et chevalier Jedi la nuit.

Le jour, Laurent travaille dans une usine d’alternateurs à Boulogne-sur-Mer, dans le Pas-de-Calais. Le soir, il se transforme en chevalier Jedi et devient Skarn, qui signe tous ses courriels d’un poétique : ” Je ne suis qu’une feuille portée par le vent de la Force. ” Membre du staff du site chúng tôi , Laurent, 28 ans, se rue sur son ordinateur dès qu’il rentre de l’usine, pour échanger des potins sur Star Wars avec d’autres mordus, répondre aux questions des novices, etc. A la consternation de Peggy, sa femme depuis un an, qui aimerait bien que Laurent/Skarn lui consacre un peu plus de temps à elle, mais aussi à leur fils, âgé de 3 ans, qu’il morigène parfois, tel maître Yoda à son jeune disciple, d’un impérial : ” Tu apprendras à rester à la place qui est la tienne “.

Mon rêve ? Aller à la piscine en famille, par exemple, mais il a toujours à faire sur son site Internet.

Quand elle cherche à comprendre Laurent, Peggy remonte au tout petit garçon : ” Il n’a pas eu une enfance très rigolote, avec une maman malade, qu’il a perdue jeune. J’ai l’impression qu’il s’offre aujourd’hui l’enfance qu’il n’a pas eue. Quand je le vois rejouer avec un copain les duels au sabre laser entre Darth Vador et son ancien maître, Obiwan Kenobi… comme des mômes de 10 ans, je me dis que, oui, vraiment, je suis mariée avec un grand bébé ! Cela dit, je préfère un compagnon qui collectionne les figurines Star Wars plutôt que les maîtresses. Au moins, c’est une passion qu’il vit à la maison ! “.

Homme enfant : ” Moi, je sais qu’il mûrit, à sa façon ”

Elodie, commerciale, et Jean-Luc, homme-enfant, conseiller funéraire le jour et Dragon Ball Z la nuit

” J’ai les sept boules de cristal de Dragon Ball Z “, confie Jean-Luc, les yeux brillants, comme d’autres vous glissent qu’ils se sont offert des mocassins Paul Smith en daim mauve. Dans sa maison près de Mont-de-Marsan, dans les Landes, Jean-Luc, 26 ans -Junta Monomami pour les intimes-, a aménagé une pièce pour y exposer des centaines de mangas, ces BD et dessins animés made in Japan, peuplés, entre autres, de filles aux hanches enfantines, aux immenses yeux innocents et à la poitrine de bimbo.

” Notre rencontre était prédestinée, s’amuse Elodie, sa femme. C’était il y a sept ans, dans un magasin de jeux vidéo où un ami nous avait donné rendez-vous. Jean-Luc s’intéressait déjà aux mangas, mais j’étais loin d’imaginer que, même marié, il continuerait de trouver son bonheur au milieu des figurines de Satan Petit-Cœur ou Tortue Géniale… ” Un antidote coloré au stress d’un métier où l’on ne rencontre que des endeuillés ? Elodie en doute : ” Je crois que, comme beaucoup d’hommes qui ont gardé leur âme d’enfant, Jean-Luc a tendance à fuir les sujets qui fâchent et à se réfugier dans sa bulle, pour voir la vie en rose. ”

Si Elodie a pris son parti de l’invasion des gashapons (figurines) dans son quotidien, elle estime que son accro de mangas pourrait, de temps en temps, bousculer ses priorités. ” Le voir acheter une poupée de plus plutôt que des places de ciné, parfois, ça m’énerve. Cela dit, on ne s’engueule pas vraiment pour ça. Au fond, j’y trouve mon compte : pendant qu’il est dans ses mangas, j’ai une paix que m’envieraient peut-être bien des femmes “. Quid de l’influence des nipponeries sous la couette commune ? Elodie sourit : Jean-Luc/Junta ne ” manganise ” leur duo qu’en lui donnant du ” ban chan ! ” (marque de respect) – décliné en ” ban chamour “, ” ban chérie “, etc.

Les plus interloqués par la mangamania de Jean-Luc, ce sont encore ses beaux parents. ” Ils se passionnent pour les télé crochets, note Elodie. Pour eux, regarder cette émission, c’est normal, légitime. Mais que Laurent fasse de même pour Dragon Ball Z ou Goldorak, ça les dépasse. Ma mère craint que, le jour où je serai maman à mon tour, je n’aie pas un, mais deux bébés à la maison. Cela dit, on peut bien prendre Jean-Luc pour le gamin de la famille. Moi, je sais qu’il mûrit, à sa façon “.

Homme enfant : ” Je suis contente de retrouver cette légèreté à la maison “

Nathalie, infirmière, et Erwan, homme-enfant, journaliste, vivent comme ” Oui-Oui au pays des jouets “

Tu te rappelles la recette du gloubi-boulga, le plat préféré de Casimir ? Il faut mélanger de la confiture de fraises, de la moutarde, de la saucisse de Toulouse…- Et de la chantilly ! ” Avoir regardé les mêmes émissions cultes (” L’Ile aux enfants “), séries télé, films et dessins animés, dans les années 80, ça rapproche.

C’est ainsi que Nathalie et Erwan, 38 ans, se sont rencontrés et ” trouvés “, il y a neuf ans, lors d’un dîner chez des amis. ” C’était attendrissant, cette nostalgie commune, se souvient Nathalie. On est tous de grands enfants, finalement. Et ça fait partie du charme d’Erwan. Mais il me battait sur ce terrain. La première fois que j’ai découvert sa collection d’Action Joe, sûrement l’une des plus importantes existant, je n’en suis pas revenue. ”

Non seulement Erwan avait gardé tous ses jouets, mais il se rappelle quand et pourquoi on les lui avait offerts

Le gros défaut d’un grand enfant ? ” Il ne jette rien, note Nathalie en souriant. Même les vieilles boîtes en carton Pizza Hut “Star Wars”, lancées en 1999. Collectionner, c’est entasser. C’est embêtant quand on vit dans un petit appart’ parisien. Moi, je balance discrètement. J’admire ses collec’ en tout genre, mais je lutte pour préserver mon espace vital. ” Grâce à son expertise en jouets, Erwan est devenu rédacteur en chef d’un magazine consacré aux jouets sous licence, séries télé et BD.

Et il a publié un livre consacré à son idole, Action Joe à l’occasion de ses… 40 ans. ” Formidable, mais ça a quand même un peu bouffé notre vie de couple, confie Nathalie. Moi, je me lève très tôt et je bosse le week-end. Or, pendant des mois, Erwan rassemblait de la doc, écrivait dans notre maison de campagne… Et quand il cherchait une pièce rare jusqu’à pas d’heure sur Internet, alors là, oui, je faisais la tête ! ”

L’un travaille au milieu des jouets, l’autre parmi les malades. Peuvent-ils encore se comprendre ? ” Bien sûr, puisque chacun est passionné par son métier, constate Nathalie. Et puis je suis contente de retrouver cette légèreté à la maison. La passion d’Erwan m’a aussi permis de donner libre cours à la toute petite fille qui dormait en moi : j’ai une maison de poupée Playmobil, que je peins, décore et meuble. ”

Get Closer To ‘The Great Seducer’ Actress Moon Ga

Let’s Talk About Moon Ga-young!

Moon Ga-young is a South Korea actress who was born in Karlsruhe, Germany. She lived there for 10 years before she moved back to Korea in 2006. In the same year she went back to Korea, she was scouted by KeyEast and made her debut as a child actress. Up until now, Moon has starred in 24 dramas and 11 movies.

Moon Ga-young’s Profile

Name : Moon Ga-young (문가영)

Birth place : Karlsruhe, Germany

Birth date : July 10, 1996

Height : 169 cm or 5’6″

Occupation : Actress and Model

Education :

Pungmoon Girls’ High School

Sungkyunkwan University

Agency : KeyEast, SM C&C

Twitter : schonheit1

Instagram : m_kayoung

Moon Ga-young’s on Dramas

Moon Ga-young began her career at young age when she was 10 years old. She also just moved back from Germany to Korea. There is a big difference between the two countries but she could adapt well. She has starred in 24 dramas since her debut in 2006. Her first drama was Mnet’s Fallen Angel, Jenny as Hye-mi.

In 2007, she appeared in 7 dramas, Cloudy Today, Prince Hours, By My Side, Witch Yoo Hee, Merry Mary, and Hometown Over the Hill.

In 2011, she began to play a teenager character. She acted as Lee Jung-hyun in Heartstrings. Lee Jung-hyun is a younger sister of Lee Shin (male lead) who is a spoiled brat that often extorts money from Lee Shin and Gyu-won.

In 2015, she was chosen as the female lead for a Naver web drama along with the popular boy group EXO. She acted as Ji Yeon-hee in EXO Next Door. As the web drama become one of the most popular web dramas in South Korea, Moon Ga-young’s popularity also rising up.

Her latest drama was The Great Seducer. It is a drama based on the French novel titled Les Liaisons dangereuses by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos. Moon Ga-young acted as Choi Soo-ji who is best friends with the two male lead Kwon Shi-hyun and Lee Se-joo, she is also the one who initiated Shi-hyun to seduce Eun Tae-hee.

If you want to know more about her dramas, here are the list:

Moon Ga-young Act on Movies

Moon Ga-young has starred in 11 movies since her debut in 2006. Her first movie was To Sir, with Love where she acted as young Eun-young in 2011. A year later, she appeared in 4 movies, Bunt, Black House, Shadows in the Palace and Our Town.

In 2008, she acted as Bun-rye in Do You See Seoul?. In 2013, she appeared in horror movie Killer Toon and she acted as Jo Seo-hyun. Two years later she appeared as Ah-young in Salut d’Amour and as Yeon-joo in Island.

Her latest movie was Twenty Again where she acted as Soo-mi. The movie was set in both Korea and Italy.