West Chester Is Hosting an Open-Air Marketplace

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Restaurants and shops will take over a temporarily traffic-free Gay Street.

West Chester’s Gay Street will temporarily close to traffic between Matlack and Darlington streets starting Aug. 3 to allow restaurants and shops to expand their offerings. The open-air marketplace comes in response to indoor dining restrictions and other capacity limits in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The marketplace will allow businesses to expand their offerings in a socially-distanced setting. Cross streets will remain open to traffic. At this time, the marketplace has no set end date.

Here’s a look at the participating restaurants:

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