Quality Hotel Flore Nice Promenade
2, rue Maccarani
Phone: (33) 4 92144020
Fax: (33) 4 92144021
Bars & Cafes
A short walk from the Promenade des Anglais, tucked away amidst the shop and restaurant lined streets of the pedestrianized Rue de France; Le Mori's Bar is a busy local bar and cafe. Popular with both locals and tourists, the seats outside are a good place to enjoy a glass of wine of a coffee while soaking up the lively atmosphere of the city. The bar serves a nice selection of French-style Tapas to go with your drink. Popular items on the menu include Paella, Spaghetti Bolognese, and thin crust pizza. Beer lovers will appreciate their varied selection of brews, especially Belgian classics like Orval.
Just a short walk from the Promenade des Anglais, Caffe Vergnano 1882 is a lovely little cafe, with modern decor, outdoor seating and authentic Italian coffee. A nice place to stop by for a light breakfast of Croissants and coffee to start your day, Caffe Vergnano 1882 is especially popular for it's flavorful Italian espressos and cappuccinos. The cafe also has a nice selection of sandwiches and desserts to choose from, for a light lunch or dinner. A good option if you're craving an authentic Italian coffee.
Contemporary and chic, Les Cave du Bubbles caters to a crowd made up largely of trendy young professionals. With a bar area, a small outdoor terrace and little seating areas tucked away in corners, it's a nice place to enjoy an aperitif, a glass of French wine accompanied by one of their nice charcuterie or cheese platters. Most evenings, there is a DJ spinning the latest hits, and on weekends it can get a bit crowded and loud, more a place to mingle and enjoy the music than a quiet conversation.
Mama Delices is a lovely neighborhood cafe and restaurant located in a busy area of Nice, with plenty of foot traffic through the pedestrianized area. The cafe serves a nice selection of local specialities as well as their signature Mediterranean and Greek dishes. A nice place to have a quiet meal overlooking the lively street. The menu features items like fresh salads, grilled seafood, pizzas and pastas. Their set breakfast menus are especially popular. Try their savory Greek omelette with a glass of freshly squeezed juice to kick-start your day. For additional details, give them a call.
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.
Bright and chic, this little cafe is done up in purples and lavenders lending it a cute, cozy look. Emma's Cupcakes will entice you in with it's lovely décor and pretty display. Though mainly a dessert shop, they do serve up a nice selection of sandwiches, soups, quiches and other snacks perfect for a mid-day meal. The sweet treats on offer include their signature cupcakes, cheesecakes, macaroons, milk shakes, chocolates and more. They also take orders for special events. Like birthdays and baby showers. For details, give them a call.
Situated just off the Promenade des Anglais and a few minutes walk from the Tourist office; the Pinkoffee cafe is a nice little place to take a break or just pick-up a coffee on the go. The cute pink tables and chairs out on the street offer customers a chance to people watch while enjoying a cup of coffee or trying one of their freshly baked goodies and desserts. Pinkoffee, an American style cafe has Wifi and serves up a selection of savory tarts, sandwiches, fresh juice and smoothies.
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.
Centrally located a short walk from Place Massena and Place Garibaldi, Häagen-Dazs with it's cheerful red tables and awning is a great place to stop by if you're craving something sweet. Besides serving up scoops of delicious ice-cream to waiting customers, you can also stop by for one of their signature creations, waffles or the sinful chocolate fondue. Constantly coming up with new flavors as well as tried and tested favorites, there's a large selection to choose from. With both indoor and outdoor seating, it's a lively cheerful spot to meet some friends, or just indulge your sweet tooth.
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.
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.