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.
This café is devoted to Olympique Marseille's legion of devoted fans. It is situated in the Vieux-Port, opposite the sea. You can follow live matches while munching on delicious snack platters and swigging beers from an international selection. La Brasserie OM has a great atmosphere, and appears to be permanently bathed in sunshine.
La Rhumerie is a bar/brasserie right on the Escale Borely, near the beach. The mood there is friendly and welcoming, the food and service are good but it is best to come to chat and sip a drink in the cool shade of a beach umbrella, or to let loose on the dance floor to the DJ’s rhythms. At the Rhumerie there are all sorts of rums, both traditional and infused, cocktails, and the mojito is fixed in five different ways. There are smoothies for those who prefer no alcohol. The Rhumerie is also a private beach in the summer. Theme nights are organized from time to time: singles nights, speed dating, concerts or after-work.
Just like Paris's renowned Café de Flore, La Samaritaine - situated on the corner of the Vieux-Port at the lower end of Rue de la République - has managed to hold onto its old-fashioned charm. And it's easy to see why, with its 1930s-style décor, deliciously light, traditional cuisine, piano bar and fabulous terrace looking out over the boats moored in the harbor making it the perfect rendezvous, no matter what time of day. The bar closes at 8:30 pm generally, but is open until midnight during the summer months.
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.
La Chimère Café is a beautiful dining space that boasts an art-inclined interior decor. Its opulent chandeliers, cherubs and plush furnishing are inspired by Baroque, Art Deco and Belle Époque architecture. To match the regal aura are 70 inventive cocktails and drinks like Single Malt, Bourbon and Irish Whiskey. Revoke the prohibition era vibe with cigars and spirits while savoring their bar fare. On the seasonal menu are Petite Lobster Tail, Cod Croquettes, Octopus a la Gallega, and dessert Hot Cold Citrus Sabayon Seven at Chambord.
Le Van Loo is a pub located in the old town of Aix-en-Provence. It is frequented by merchants, groups and families. The interiors are decorated using wood furniture. Bright colors are used all over the place that makes the pub bright, lively and colorful. Weekends attract a huge number of crowds and the place becomes almost full. The bar has a television that plays live matches. It has a terrace where they serve alcohol. Here, you can catch a glimpse of the city while sipping your favorite beer.
Located at La Plaine, Le Jam is an intimate jazz club that hosts local and touring bands on stage. The lineup explores the musical genre of Jazz in its myriad forms, alongside the blues, rock, and world music. The venue itself boasts oodles of charm and is reminiscent of New York City's jazz bars. As you groove along to the music, enjoy small plates, sandwiches, and drinks from the bar. The club is a members-only establishment, however, anyone can be a member for a fee very low price. Bringing lovers of Jazz together under a single roof, Le Jam is all that is good about the city's live music scene.
Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and a fitness centre, Château de Fonscolombe is an 18th-century castle, situated in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, 39 km from Marseille. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and bar. Free private parking is available on site. Rooms are fitted with a private bathroom equipped with a bath or shower. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries. Some rooms include a flat-screen TV. Château de Fonscolombe features free WiFi throughout the property. There is a gift shop at the property. You can play billiards at the hotel. The hotel also offers bike hire. Aix-en-Provence is 13 km from Château de Fonscolombe, while Cassis is 48 km away. Marseille Provence Airport is 30 km from the property.
Offering an extensive selection of over 200 beers, there is something for everyone at Fietje. Not only will you find popular beers in stock, but also brands you might have never heard about. They also have an extensive selection of beers sourced from all over the world. It’s a great place if you are looking for new beer flavors or want to learn more about the different kinds of that exist. They also have limited options on other liquors. Reasonably priced and with friendly service, don’t be surprised if you rave about this place for a long time to come.
An upscale Peruvian restaurant, La Cascada is a delight for locals and tourists alike. Here one can sample the traditional entrees that are prepared using authentic ingredients by learned chefs. Enjoy your meal and also engage in dancing to the tunes of peppy Latin music that is played by live artistes. The ambiance is vibrant and cheerful, adding to a memorable dining experience.