Comfort Hotel Galaxie - Nice St Laurent Du Var
39, Avenue du Marechal Juin
Saint Laurent Du Var, 06700
Phone: (33) 4 93077372
Fax: (33) 4 93143214
39, Avenue du Marechal Juin Nice Aeroport, Saint Laurent Du Var, FR, 06700
- Phone: (33) 4 93077372
- Fax: (33) 4 93143214
Bars & Cafes
Close to Nice, you can taste specialties from Florida, which is quite unusual for this region. It's worth noting that this little restaurant is also a bar and ice cream shop. The décor makes you feel at ease, with its warm colors and mahogany tables. The menu offers a wide choice and includes fish (salmon, grouper), meat (pork), and vegetables. The service and affordable prices make it a popular choice.
Le Relais is a typical English Bar. Sit back in the comfy couches and unwind in the charming ambiance. Walnut wood English paneling, Italian style velvet armchairs, soft lighting, tapestries and famous portraits make it look like a museum with 19th century art works. There is a large selection of champagnes, whiskeys and cocktails. Every evening the bar converts into a piano bar with a professional pianist-singer taking over the floor and entertaining the guests. This is regarded as one of the bars to be seen in as it attracts a very chic crowd.
A gay friendly bar and nightclub in the bustling cultural scene of the city, Le Fard makes for a fun night out. The ambiance within is lively and friendly, and one is sure to meet plenty of new people here. The bar serves a mean mix of cocktails, and with the DJ playing some infectious beats, you will be grooving in no time.
The Pingala Bar is open throughout the day and offers snacks, lunch and dinner. Dark wood furniture gives a warm feel to the place. A pianist gives company to the diners three days in a week which is quite soothing. Palais de la Mediterranee has a grand wine cellar and a barman who will create a special cocktail for you on request. This bar is an ideal retreat after a day in the city.
Chef Keisuke Matsushima's intimate restaurant is minimalist and small. The pristine white interiors with the bold red seating create an unobtrusive backdrop for the unique and sumptuous food. Bold French ingredients are morphed into delicate ,mouthwatering cuisine. Try the Ligurian Gamberoni with Braised Baby Artichokes and Parma Ham or the Red tomato Gazpacho with a scoop of bright green Basil-Almond Sorbet. Indulge your palate with a taste of the divine Tiramisu or a glass of wine presented by sommelier Julien Besson. You can also enjoy a lunch on sunny days on the outdoor terrace.
There are many reasons why this establishment right in the centre of town is truly remarkable. First of all, no matter what time of the day or night you may feel like trying out something Lebanese, Beyrouth Nights will be open. What's more, you've plenty of choice: there's a café, takeaway options, snack bar and a restaurant too. The food is prepared and served by a friendly Lebanese couple and is deliciously authentic. Treat yourself to Mezze (an assortment of traditional Lebanese dishes), followed by a dessert that you're not likely to forget.
Le Maori delights its patrons with delicious food and excellent wine at affordable prices. The New-Zealand-style restaurant has quite a fan following and it is usually patronized by loyal local and even tourists who find the place through word of mouth. The interiors of the place is very well designed and has a musical ambiance. Their extended terrace overlooks the pedestrian zone and it is a perfect spot to enjoy scrumptious New-Zealand meals on a bright summer day. The rustic interiors are also equally cozy and feels like a modern cave as it is lined with interesting Mayan statues and stones. Some of the must-try dishes here are hazelnut chicken and salmon steak and other meal specials. Cocktails served here are quite unique and delicious. They also have DJ nights on Saturdays and house a dance floor.
Le Parasol is a wine and cocktail bar that is a bit of a hidden gem that you'll be lucky to discover. The sunny patio of this bar makes for a good spot to have an informal meeting or to just take a break from all the shopping, with a number of range of wines available, with accompaniments such as potato chips and olives, that complement them perfectly.
Le Sansas is a fun cocktail bar that is always bustling with some sort of events. Be it a live music performance, sports on their TV, salsa lessons for couples or anything else, this club does it all. The drinks are pocket-friendly and pack quite a punch. This bar is also a good place to meet and interact with new people, as the ambiance here is quite friendly and communal.
CheckPoint Pub is a true blue Irish pub, where one can just revel in all the unrefined nonsense going on and just let your hair down. Popular with students looking for a cheap drink, this pub has all the craic you would expect from an Irish pub, in the form of happy hours, ladies nights, cocktail nights, karaoke, live music performances and a lot more. One thing is for sure, you are bound to see plenty of happy faces all around you.
El Merkado is a Spanish style tapas bar located in the shopping district of Cimiez in Nice. As expected from a Spanish bar, sangrias are their specialty, with a number of cocktails, wines and rums on offer as well. The food menu consists of some fine organic delights, with a choice of sandwiches, as well as pastas, burgers and more. They have daily specials, along with set menus too. The patio is a fun place to take a seat, whereas the interiors are more intimate and dimly lit.
L'Escalier is very close to Vieux-Nice and just steps away from the Promenad des Anglaies and the Nice Opera. The pub is on a mezzanine and from the outside you realize what a great amount of space it actually has inside. For a good long while now, it's been one of the best places in the city to play billiards with an appropriately calm atmosphere and good music.