The Hôtel de Paris’ fantastic cocktail bar and lounge oozes old world class. It has a cosy, elegant low-key ambiance, with big leather armchairs, sea views and live music from Doctor Gabs’ piano. Elegance, soft armchairs and a million dollar sea view await you at Le Bar Americain, part of the famously decadent Hotel de Paris.
Live jazz plays every night with piano, double bass and drums. Snacks are available, bar opens at 12:00 and shuts at 02:00. This is a truly Monte-Carlo experience, and worth dropping by to enjoy the music in this famous Monaco institution.
Buddha Bar Restaurant
Located in a historic concert hall, this extraordinary Asian themed bar and restaurant is famed for its DJ’s, which have spawned the famous world music Buddha Bar compilations. Have a drink in the bar under the cavernous ceiling, taking in the giant Buddha and Asian décor. Or eat sushi or sophisticated Chinese food on one of the two open air terraces. It would be a shame to miss this Monegasque institution.
Brasserie de Monaco
After stopping brewing for many years, Prince Albert II threw his weight behind this local brewery a few years ago to start producing their own beer again. The approach of the Brasserie de Monaco is unique: it combines its organic beers a map based on fresh regional products made on site.
Large wooden tables, contemporary bar, lounge areas, terrace bar, DJ, Live bands, giant screens, themed evenings …
Now, it’s a thriving sports and music bar with a big beer garden , a happy hour between 6 and 8 pm and a menu of good pub favourites such as burgers. It also has DJ’s and a dance floor, open until 3 am on Saturdays and 1am other nights.