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Enjoy a wild night of partying at the Le Baby club in Marseille. This place has tons of entertainment with wicked DJs and a host of live bands squeezing onto the tiny stage. Young, hip and with a lots of French style, this is one place you don't want to miss in the city. Call ahead to know more.
La Route du Rhum is a Caribbean restaurant on the Cours Julien plaza. The appetizers are pretty much typical: boudin sausages, samosas--some very good specialties. As for the main course, although the menu mentions specialty dishes they are fairly basic and not too elaborated. But people come here especially for the lengthy list of rum. From Ti punch to Daiquiri to Planters Rum: any rum cocktail is available, and if it's not on the menu, the waitress will be happy to mix it for you. The lunch menu is very interesting, but it is a bit more expensive in the evening. Once a week on Thursdays, Route du Rhum becomes a dance floor where the whole neighborhood comes to get their groove on! - P.Wicki
This club, with its 600 square metres of pure pleasure, spread over several different floor levels, is aimed mainly at a gay clientele. It is a private club with an absolutely fabulous conception. It is advisable to be presented by someone who is already a member in order to gain entrance. Volume on maximum and wacky lights makes it one of the hottest scenes in town.
Saturday night in the Plaine area of Marseille(the name given to La Place Jean Jaures). The place to be is this fashionable cabaret-bar, the young flock here. This musical bistro presents all the trends, from alternative rock to so-called acoustic music. The concerts contribute to discovering new talent and the local musicians get together.
Located in one of the most popular districts in the city, a small bar in which you can enjoy pastis or one of the 24 barkeeper's juices. Enormous screen for the broadcast of sporting events.
Going to Ida's is like going to visit long-standing friends. In this local pub, people enjoy a singalong to Aznavour, Dalida or even Hallyday songs. French Golden Oldies and hits by today's stars are all on the agenda in this family-atmosphere pub in the town center. Just come along in and see for yourself.