Party Earth Review Located under a large staircase across from the beach, L’Escalier’s easygoing, dive-bar vibe attracts a slightly gritty clientele looking for late-night fun. The bar’s street level area offers a few scattered tables and... ... read full review
10 Rue Raoul Bosio
04 93 92 64 39
Nice, French Riviera –
Located under a large staircase across from the beach, L’Escalier’s easygoing, dive-bar vibe attracts a slightly gritty clientele looking for late-night fun.
The bar’s street level area offers a few scattered tables and a large projection TV for watching sports, while the more spacious downstairs area features some small leather booths, a DJ booth, and a dance floor that’s known to get pretty rowdy as the night wears on.
Separated from the dance floor by stone archways is the billiard room, the most laid-back area in the place that provides a brief respite from the noise of the dance floor. The four pool tables draw many of L’Escalier’s patrons and the regulars are always ready for a challenge – but there are some talented players here, so guests should take care not to get hustled into betting big money on a game.
Small and smoky, L’Escalier may not be the classiest bar in town, but for late-night drinks, dancing, and a game of pool after the other bars close, it really can’t be beat.
A mix of travelers, locals, and the staffs from surrounding bars, very casual, early 20s to 40s.
DJs play a variety of music every night during the summer and on weekends in other seasons. Occasional live music. Karaoke Mondays through Thursdays during the summer.
Cover charge €10/weekends after 1am. Beer €6.50–€8.50, cocktails €9–€11.
Around 2am any night during the summer and on weekends during other seasons.