The Chambre Neuf, MOÖ and L’Elevation 1904, all within a few metres of each other near the train station, lead the pack as the busiest bars in town.
During the winter the excellent band in the Chambre Neuf means it is THE place for après ski. Real live Swedish girls dancing on tables and everything you think you need after a day on the mountain.
MOÖ is the home of the older generation of seasonaires. It’s one of those places where you’re guaranteed to have fun whether you pop in for a quick coffee or hunker down for a night of partying.
L'Elevation 1904 is a friendly little cafe/bar open all day. It is an excellent spot for the morning expresso, all day lunch or evening beer where the clientele spill on to the pavement.
Café La Terrace occupies a prime location. You can't miss this purple Art Nouveau building in the centre of town.
The Pub is simply named and has a good crowd each night. Perhaps not the funkiest bar but it's a good place to start after dinner and the perfect place to watch sport.
Four bars occupy the northern end of the Cham-Sud square:
- The South Bar is a lively bar which always televises the rugby.
- Big Horn Bistro always has a good array of craft beers + good food.
- Monkey is very much a seasonnaire hangout with good beer and generous helpings of food.
- Beckett & Wilde Irish bar is very popular with our staff.