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Visitors should not take the name of this restaurant and cocktail bar literally, although the food is quite good. A worldly tapas bar, Eat Me serves international cuisine on small plates. The goal is to have diners sample diverse cuisines in bite-sized portions, from street foods to sophisticated dishes from the globe over. In many cases traditional dishes are reinterpreted with modern flair. Dinner served here satisfies the most experienced traveler. Skagenröra, a Swedish seafood and cream soup, is offered along grilled Ibèrico pork steak, for example. The menu, in fact, is organized by world region, from the Americas to Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. The restaurant is a perfect place to pair a dish with a “culinary cocktail” and tell old travel tales.
Floor to ceiling windows, refined drinks, and a panoramic terrace make this cocktail bar one of the most elegant and pleasant in Lausanne. The bar is inside the Lausanne Palace & Spa, and exudes the same contemporary style. A comprehensive menu offers just about any drink one can think of, with dozens of champagnes, spirits, dessert wines, and aperitifs to choose from. Holding to Swiss tradition, the bar also offers nearly a dozen first-rate cigars to go along with cocktails. Hotel guests and locals come to LP’s for coffee and tea breaks, evening cocktails on the terrace with lake views, and live music sets during evenings five days a week.
Le Colony is an old-school colonial-style bar mixed with a hookah lounge. The bar, which is also popular for its Moroccan mint tea and first-rate cocktails, has a beautiful heated terrace lined with hookah stations and shisha tables where guests can enjoy centuries-old smoking traditions on just about any night of any season. The terrace is covered, the lounge has plenty of sultry appeal, and the shisha flavors are plentiful to the tune of hundreds. The bar is great for couples looking for an intimate drink, or for groups that want to relax in a lounge setting.
This popular cocktail bar located in the heart of the La Citè area of Lausanne is home to a basement nightclub room called, “The Vault.” The bar upstairs mixes classic styles from the prohibition era with some bohemian touches. A full menu of both classic and creative cocktails is also filled out with wine, champagne, and whiskeys. DJ’s play classic party songs and hip-hop downstairs until late into the morning. The bar also hosts many events that take advantage of the club’s aesthetics, including many Burlesque and Prohibition themed parties.