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"The Trolley", as everyone in Marseille calls it, is undoubtedly the most frequented and symbolic night-time bar in town. Once inside the maze of 4 rooms, in the heart of town, one discovers a fascinating décor: galleries with different types of music, a bowling area and a whisky bar. All the four rooms: Whisky Bar, Abribus, Terminus and Trolley bar offer different delights, some of which are equipped with facilities to host various events:concerts, product launches and so on.There's something for everyone here.
Le Bazar is one of the coolest nightspots in Marseilles and among the most frequented by the city's young crowd. Manager Xavier Mas has an incredibly vivid imagination when it comes to creating ideas for his theme nights. There's an impressive line-up of DJs to inflame Bazar's evenings with their amazing mixes. Special student nights are offered every week with a reduced admission price.
Depending on the time of day and year, this café has a really nice feature: customers can come relax near the large swimming pool. The Sports Beach Café is also a place to have lunch or dinner, or even enjoy a drink at the bar in the evening. The magnificent terrace and the location on the seafront give the Sports Beach Cafe a nice pleasant atmosphere. In the winter, the wood-decorated interior makes it a warm and cozy place to hang out. Every Tuesday is salsa night and Thursday is Latina Obsessions with Latin rhythms.
Located just across the road from Prado beach in the city's upmarket district, Le Red Lion's generous happy hours, jazz or blues concerts one Thursday each month, and performances by budding local rock bands on Wednesday nights are popular with a young crowd. Sit back and enjoy the pub's traditional décor of wooden furnishings and brass, while sampling from its superb range of beers and single malts. Cheers!
A real institution in the area, this spot opened in the 1960s and has gradually made a name for itself in the region. The regulars are from Cassis, Marseille and Aubagne. Club Big Ben is only a hop skip and a jump from the beach. But attention! Flip-flops are to be put away, as proper attire is required. Entrance is free on Fridays. The setting is trendy, posh and sometimes stiff-necked but really fun for an evening of getting crazy on the dance floor and jamming to techno house beats until the early hours.