Tag Archives: St. Tropez Restaurants

St. Tropez’s Le Café des Boules – Simply Le Cafe

 It is lunchtime in St. Tropez and we circle around from the port to the quieter Place des Lice. The open area in the center of the village is protected from strong winds and rainy conditions by the huge shady plane trees. Many games of boules/petanque are played here on a regular basis, as well… Read More »

La Renaissance St. Tropez – Drink Rose and Eat Pizza and Carry On

 The Place des Lice in St.Tropez is a lovely, plane tree lined center square with a huge fountain. It also offers the perfect playing field for the popular French game, boules. There are rows of park benches and a row of good restaurants that offer everything from sushi to pizza! La Renaissance St. Tropez is family… Read More »

La Rhumerie St. Tropez – Front Row Dining and Affordable

   After a beach day in St. Tropez, we like to kick back and fly under the radar. It is fun to dine on the harbor and “yacht watch” while going casual. First up for our entertainment before dinner, we find performing musicians around the corner from the port near our favorite casual restaurant, La Rhumerie… Read More »

Brunos French Pizzeria – Affordable Fun in St.Tropez

  Around the corner from an ancient church, on the Rue Eglise, is the long standing family run Brunos Pizzeria that is famous in St. Tropez. It is famous for offering affordable food and fast service. It was also a famous hangout for Brigitte Bardot and her entourage when she was hanging out in St. Tropez filming movies. The… Read More »

Pan Dei Palais St.Tropez – The GREAT Dream Escape

  PAN DEI PALAIS Pan Dei Palais at 52 Rue Gambetta is a dream lover’s destination. The address alone is significant – 52 is 5 +2 = 7, the all time lucky number. Pan Dei is more than the sum of its parts and offers a setting right out of the fantasies of Arabian Nights!… Read More »

White 1921 St. Tropez – Have A walk on the Wild Side

 If you are looking for panache, savoir faire and cache then head to White 1921 across from the Place des Lice in St. Tropez. You will know you have arrived when the strong sentinel-like metal gates appear. The ornamental gates with white lion faces offer a “king of the jungle” or let’s “walk on the wild side” invitation.… Read More »

An Artist Surprises Us with a Sketch in St. Tropez at Pesquière Restaurant

 After a busy day touring the Provence countryside, we returned to our villa rental near Tahiti Plage. After a swift change of clothes we drove into the St. Tropez village and parked in the underground parking at the Place de Lice. It was 9 PM and the nighttime was still as light as day! It was… Read More »

Le Bagatelle – Night of Music & Late Night Pizza

   The Côtes de Provence local vin rouge sings in our wine glasses of the flavors of licorice and red raspberries. It is very appropriate with all of the music in the streets in the village. It has been a busy night in St. Tropez since very early evening and everyone is celebrating the “Night… Read More »

La Jetée – French Food, A Lighthouse & War Memorial

 Although St. Tropez is beautiful and a famous destination on the Cote d’Azur, we love it because of the expansive variety of things to see and do. Mr. B likes to visit the impressive war memorial that marks the distinguished rock and stone “Jetée” that welcomes sailors into the nearby port. A beautiful lighthouse shoots… Read More »

Le Quai St. Tropez – A Delusional Moment!

 The summer season of 2012 is rip-roaring in St. Tropez. Philippe, Le Quai’s general manager, keeps his pitchfork nearby ,propping up a gleaming halo and it is working! We go to Le Quai (pronounced le key) to see what is the newest, latest & greatest happenings in the nightclub scene. Mr. B says it reminds… Read More »