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Aux 3G serves as a trendy gay and lesbian bar in the city's 6th arrondissement. The relaxed, laid-back vibe welcomes singles looking to find socialize and the ones who just want to unwind over a pint of beer. A city institution since the year 1995, Aux 3G has been actively supporting various LGBT causes and organizes a number of events and festivities throughout the year. Art exhibitions and workshops also form a part of its eclectic schedule.
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.
Dancing animates the rhythm of these places. When you're overcome by salsa fever, it is good to know where to go. There are concerts once a week, either on Thursdays or Saturdays. It is advisable to phone to know the times of the shows.
Jery welcomes customers to his terrace, as crowded in winter as it is in summer, without any airs and graces. The clientele in this area is rather more working-class and the regulars mix with the students and musicians who have no hesitation in staging improvised concerts. This fashionable little bar will give you an idea of the "spirit" of Marseille.
With its breezy outdoor space, Le Canebière is a favorite with those who crave to light up a smoke in the city. Located close to the city's famous port, the outdoor bar is frequented by young smokers, working professionals, sports enthusiasts and tourists alike. Canebière's food menu features appetizing bites like those savory paninis, wholesome sandwiches and delectable chilled beverages.
Le Fouquet done in polished wood and furnished in a shade of bright pink is quite funky and retro. There is plenty of whiskey on offer as well as a varied selection of many other premium drinks to linger on while you are engaged in conversations. Visitors can enjoy the jazz nights and try out some salsa steps or they can explore one of their famous theme nights: retro, 1930s and so on. The menu, though limited, is quite appetizing and the tasty tapas list is sure to appeal to even the most fussiest of diners.