American Restaurant / Café
Reviewed by Carla H.
"My Take: Decorated with stylized American murals and a big American flag across the bar, this themed cocktail bar and restaurant is mostly outdoors u ..." more
8 Place Charles Félix
Party Earth Review Located on the boardwalk right above the beach, Café Kanter is an open-air café that draws a trendy, upscale clientele that appreciates having cocktails available twenty hours a day. No more than a roof held up by a few columns, the venue features a simple and sleek black-and white décor accented by modern chandeliers ... more
21 Avenue Guy de Maupassant
Bar / Café
Party Earth Review The day starts early at The Bar du Port, an intimate bar and café that gets down to business in the morning as fishermen from the docks and staff from the yachts get off work and settle in for an early morning beer. Situated right near the arched entrance to the old town, the bar offers a great vantage point from which ... more
32 Rue Aubernon
Not unlike its Parisian counterpart, cafés in the French Riviera are ubiquitous, dotting every street corner in every neighborhood along the Mediterranean.
Lounging in a café in France isn’t just something to do, it’s a way of life, and people along the coast take their relaxation seriously in an array of venues that look out into the water or hover over a cobblestone street.
There is no shortage of beach cafés, where a see-and-be-seen crowd hangs out under shaded umbrellas while sipping tropical drinks and eating freshly caught seafood. Beach cafés can be found in Nice, Cannes, Juan-les-Pins, Antibes and every other town along the coast.
Cafés aren’t just for lazy beach days, some of the best French Riviera cafés are great for brunch or lunch, doing a little work (work in the Riviera???), reading a good book, hanging out with friends, or having a day date with that French god/goddess you met the night before.
Regardless of which café you find or which town in the French Riviera you happen to be in, what they all have in common is a relaxing setting to hang out and share in a never-ending reminder that you’re in one of the most beautiful places in the world.