If not, then why does "Je sors au restaurant" imply that the destination is the restaurant? Since both sentences have the same structure "sortir à"
Sortir -- to go out.Je sors au restaurant. -- I'm going out to the restaurant.
You can't say, "I go out to London". If you want to say that you're going to London, you'd use something like, "Je pars à Londre" or "Je vais à Londre".
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I hope this is helpful.
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