“Abideby” continued to work after the ban

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Sushi-bar “Abideby” in St. Petersburg continues its work. It is reported owned by Grigory Berezkin RBC.

The publication found out that the management company was replaced by a franchisee and began to prepare a counter-claim against the Federal Antimonopoly service (FAS).

Earlier on may 29, it was reported that the city office of the FAS announced the closing of sushi bar “Abideby” because of complaints about its sign. The Department also noted that the owners of the restaurant apologized to the residents of the house, which housed the institution.

Residents of St. Petersburg filed a complaint on the name “Abideby” in March 2019. Later the Commission of the St. Petersburg UFAS has admitted that the company “Success”, which owned the franchise restaurant violated the law on advertising, according to which the use of swear words, obscene or offensive images are prohibited.

The owners of the sushi bar saying that the bar name is the anglicized phrase in Japanese that translates as “day of the week is Saturday”.

Video, photo All from Russia.



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