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In the heart of a unique, romantic and extravagantlittle fishing port in Saint-Tropez, in the shade of the plane trees of the Place des Lices, in an atmosphere conducive to getaways and socializing around glistening large tables, you'll find at Le Café all the authenticity of a lively, friendly village brasserie.
The first rays of sunshine light up the Café in the morning and on market days the stalls of local producers compete in colour and fragrance under the most beautiful light in Provence. From lunch to aperitif, the charming terrace welcomes you at all hours, lulled by the cicadas as you watch the petanque players.
Inside, the lush, authentic Provencal-style decor is modern, with light colors, moiré fabrics with floral prints, natural patinas and wooden furnishings. A large zinc counter, bistro tables, a vegetal ceiling and poetic lighting effects sit alongside meticulously cherished objects: cinema posters, old manuscripts, Dames Jeanne, as well as a surprising "cagibi" for pétanque balls, reserved for a privileged few.
At Le Café "gastronomy is the art of using cuisine to create happiness".
From midday to midnight, the menu offers a wide range of dishes with a Provençal flavor.Among the starters: eggs and leeks mimosa, little stuffed Niçois, a traditional "pâté en croûte" and oven-baked mussels with parsley all add Mediterranean flavor to a traditional menu which doesn't cheat on tastiness.
Here, quality goes hand in hand with generosity, and while the meats are first-rate, such as the amazing crispy veal sweetbreads, the magnificent fish also offer their delicate flavor, with simply roasted cod or fine sole meunière.
As night falls, it's time for a piano-bar atmosphere and French variety music: every evening, the Café gets an eclectic clientele singing and dancing to the sounds of French song: a Tropezian and a "tit" Parisian, an English lord and a New York banker, a Venetian poet and a Berlin artist: the audience comes alive to the rhythm of the musicians and live singers to the tunes of Edith Piaf, Charles Aznavour or Gilbert Becaud's famous "Nathalie".
Bohemian, playful and joyful, the night goes on in a festive and friendly atmosphere.

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    12:00 - 14:3019:00 - 03:00

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    12:00 - 14:3019:00 - 03:00

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    12:00 - 14:3019:00 - 03:00

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    12:00 - 14:3019:00 - 03:00

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    12:00 - 14:3019:00 - 03:00

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  • February 26, 2024 11:10 local time

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