Comfort Hotel Strasbourg
14, Rue des Corroyeurs
Phone: (33) 3 88290606
Fax: (33) 3 88293666
Bars & Cafes
"Le Milord" is a bar with quite an intimate atmosphere. The surroundings are very elegant and very well looked after. You can come here to have a drink with friends or even if you are on your own you can sit and talk with one of the charming barmaids. Expect to pay around 30 FF (EUR 4,57) for soft drinks, and 60 FF (EUR 9,14) for champagne.
The doorman may not be very chatty, but the Mexican atmosphere within is warm and enticing. As for the tapas, you'll find plenty of choice, but little that's original. There are as many vegetarian tapas as meat and fish ones, and all at very reasonable prices. Wash it all down with tequila or Mexican beer. Later in the evening Latin-American music inspires diners to dance the salsa or bossa-nova. Expect to pay around 16F (EUR 2.44) for a soft drink, 15F-20F (EUR 2.28-3.05) for a beer, 35-40F (EUR 5.33-6.10) for spririts, 10F-20F (EUR 1.52-3.05) for tapas, 15F-20F (EUR 2.28-3.05) for a glass of wine, 15F (EUR 2.28) for a glass of sangria and, during the happy hour, 12F (EUR 1.83) for tapas, sangria and Spanish beer.
'Le Monte Carl' is very friendly and is one of the only gay bars in Strasbourg. There is always a party atmosphere, so if you like to party and you like dance music, you will love this place. Even though this place is usually frequented by regulars, newcomers and tourists who are just passing through will always receive a warm welcome. Expect to pay around 16 FF (EUR 2,44) for soft drinks, and 30 FF (EUR 4,57) for spirits.
After a hard days work do you like to drink a glass of champagne sat on a comfortable sofa? Why not try 'Le Cendrillon'? Even if you come here alone there will always be someone to keep you company and join you in a glass. However be warned the prices are high. Expect to pay around 60F (EUR 9,14) for a glass of champagne, and 600F (EUR 91,40) for a bottle of spirits.
A dose of tapas, a lot of house and Latin music, mix it together and you've got the Abattoir! With a solid reputation, this bar has been established for some years as the spearhead of Strasbourg house music parties. Boundaries cease to exist here, both in terms of the food, which includes tapas dishes from all over the world, and DJs, who are as likely to be from Germany or Switzerland as Strasbourg. From Monday to Wednesday, beer, wine, Ricard and cocktails cost 12F (EUR 1.83) all night. And to top it all, the sofas are comfortable! Beer costs around 15F (EUR 2.28), soft drinks around 15F (EUR 2.28) and tapas around 20F (EUR 3.05).
This winstub is located in the student quarter of Finkwiller among the beer parlours and bars. Simone, the owner, welcomes diners to this friendly restaurant decorated with traditional yellow windowpanes and wooden beams. Try the ox-cheek stew served with pinot noir wine and delicious käsknepfle (balls of cheese and potato) or a tender free-range chicken cooked in Riesling wine with spätzle (typical Alsatian pasta). In the summer it's fun to eat outside on the terrace. Set menus cost 118F (EUR 17.98) and 158F (EUR 24.08); main courses à la carte from 135F (EUR 20.57) to 240F (EUR 36.58); wines from 105F (EUR 16) to 215F (EUR 32.77).
We can't hide anything from you! The Académie de la Bière is certainly a pub which specialises in beer. Located in the main tourist area of Strasbourg, la Petite France, this brasserie is not solely a hang-out for tourists passing through, as the impressive range of beers and the reasonable prices makes for a location that is also highly appreciated by the town's students. If you wish to sample tartes flambées or other snacks while drinking your beer, the Académie also offers a pretty comprehensive menu. Expect to pay for soft drinks around 12FF to 17 FF (EUR 1.83 to 2.60) and beer from 12 FF (EUR 1.83) and around 40 FF (EUR 6.10) for tartes flambés.
If you had to summarise the Tapas Café in one word, it would be 'authenticity'. Take one step inside this bar and you'll no longer be in Strasbourg, but in a Catalan ascienda. The decor is a great success. The tapas menu could not be more exhaustive and the atmosphere is pleasant. At the Tapas Café, you always feel a little Spanish! Expect to pay around 10 F to 14 F (EUR 1.52 to 2.13) for a soft drink, 15 F to 30 F (EUR 2.28 to 4.57) for a cocktail, 15 F to 20 F (EUR 2.28 to 3.05) for a glass of wine, from 10 F to 15 F EUR 1.52 to 2.28) for a draught beer, 18 F (EUR 2.74) for a bottled beer and 20 F (EUR 3.05) for a tapas.
Dream's Bar offer cocktails to seduce its clientele. The decor is very pleasant, although the premises can seem a little small. For having a drink in an intimate atmosphere, Dream's Bar is definitely the bar to choose. The cocktails rival one another for creativity and flavour. Expect to pay around 18 FF (EUR 2.74) for a beer, 40 FF (EUR 6.10) for a cocktail and 15 FF (EUR 2.28) for a soft drink.
Located in the heart of the main tourist area in Strasbourg, 'la petite France', the bar at the Régent combines a casual atmosphere with a refined setting. Everything the customer might need is catered for. In summer, it is possible to reach the bar by its terrace. This terrace has a very pleasant view which is unsullied by traffic, since la petite France is a pedestrian zone. Expect to pay around 30 FF (EUR 4.57) for a drink.
Wine bar, light restaurant, or Japanese eatery? At the end of the day it doesn't matter what you call it, for this is a friendly place well worth a visit. La Rivière (The River) features a wine list with some exceptionally good vintages at low prices, and a collection of cigars to smoke after trying the numerous savoury dishes on offer--whether raw (salmon sushi, courgette salad), steamed (ravioli, meatballs, crab pâté) fried (egg rolls, fritters), or grilled. A welcoming new option in the heart of Petite France.
A part of Russia comes to Strasbourg with this bar. The decor is made up of old Russian posters which date from the Soviet era, numerous Cyrillic letters, which you may not understand, but which will plunge you into a very special atmosphere. Naturally, so as not to break with Russian tradition, vodka is the bar's speciality and you will need to go back two or three times in order to sample them all! Expect to pay around 12 FF to 17 FF (EUR 1.83 to 2.60) for a soft drink, 12 FF (EUR 1.83) for a beer and 25 FF (EUR 3.81) for a vodka.