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La Cale Sèche is a themed bar that has been reconstructed from top to bottom to resemble a ship. It is a bar inspired by pirates where the staff is also dressed up in black and white. It serves some of the best rum with different flavors and mixes. There are more than 20 flavors and the most loved is the Ginger Rum. It is located in the Capitole area and is mostly crowded during weekends.
Champagne exudes all the charm of a typical little French tavern. The gorgeous red-brick facade is not the only thing unique about this petit bar. Step inside, and the lively yellow and green colored walls hold the promise of a wonderful evening spent at the bar. Though the name speaks of the famous bubbling drink, it is actually a misnomer, as the name has nothing to do with the kind of drinks served here. It actually is the last name of a previous owner. But, there is frothy and chilled beer and other spirits on offer to help you relax. The Champagne also organizes live musical performances regularly, so watch out for that.
Located in the Capitole, Le Père Louis is one of the oldest wine bars in the city. Filled with an unpretentious ambiance, this excellent bistro focuses only on the fine nuances of food, something that is enough to impress its steady trickle of patrons. Either grab a table on the sidewalk with a stunning rose or settle inside the cozy bar with some fresh jambon.
Café des Artists is located near the Carmes area. It is very close to the metro station, so can be found easily. It is also well connected to the highway. It serves French food that includes vegetable soup, chicken soup, beef and pork items. The cocktail menu is inclusive of some of the best vodkas, whiskey and rum. It has an open air terrace from where you can catch some of the best views of the city. The restaurant is well decorated with colourful curtains, beautiful paintings and amazing light effects.
Located just to the north of the center of the city, the Breughel l'Ancien is a bar that specializes in selling Belgian beer. The all Belge theme of the bar is in keeping with the tribute it pays to the great Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel l'Ancien. The walls on the inside are adorned with various famous works of this legendary painter, and the dark wooden furniture lends a native and country touch to it. The bar is the usual hangout of local students, but if you want to taste some of the finest Belgian beer, then this bar could be on your list of places to visit. There is also some live music on weekends to add to the appeal of the place.
DAda is one of the finest bars in the Chalets area. It has a dream decor that reminds you of Alice in Wonderland. The decor for the bar seems to be unusual initially, but as you start sipping your favorite drink, it all looks perfect. They have a variety of wine selection and tapas to choose from. The food is inspired from American flavors that serve traditional Ceaser Salad, Burgers and Pork Ribs. They have terrace seating also, from where you can enjoy the view of the beautiful city.
Latin music and culture have enthralled the world down the ages, and it continues to do so. To enjoy authentic salsa over exotic Latin delicacies, head to El Palacio De La Salsa. The restaurant menu is replete with traditional Cuban dishes, appetizers, desserts and a wide assortment of cocktails. Binge on the amazing food, in the backdrop of salsa music or take dance lessons from the in-house instructors. Courses on salsa, merengue, bachata, reggae and other forms of Latin dances can be taken. El Palacio De La Salsa also hosts a variety of concerts, live gigs, and DJ nights. It is one of the most complete musical bars of Toulouse.