There were two teahouses and a restaurant in the Leipalingis market square. Leipalingis resident Volungevičius’s restaurant stood at this location. During the interwar period, a number of small eateries-teahouses clustered around the market square, because their main customers were farmers who appreciated good tea, homestyle food and, of course, affordable prices. It was prohibited for taverns to open on Sundays and holidays.
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