Morzine’s vibrant atmosphere and superb off-mountain facilities ensure you’ll find it hard to run out of things to do, and with a variety of bars and restaurants, you can really take advantage of what the village has to offer.
There are so many great bars in Morzine it can be hard to know where to start, the street between the Pleney lift and the Tourist Office has a lively atmosphere and is where most of the action takes place. Le Crepu has a great outside terrace area that you can enjoy in the sunshine. Downstairs is the Tibetan café which has comfy sofas and a great atmosphere.
Other great places for drinks are the Coup de Coeur that has a cosmopolitan and stylish feel, you can enjoy a bottle of wine as you relax on the sun terrace under the shade of their umbrellas. The Bec Jaune is a fantastic micro brewery that serves delicious homemade food in a great setting. The Dixie bar is another favourite; sport is shown regularly on the big screens.
Down the same staircase as the Tibetan café is the Cavern bar, a lively sports bar that really fills up late on in the evening. The Coyote bar and L’Opera nightclub are both next door and are fun options for drinking and dancing late into the night.
L’Etale has something for everyone, serving tasty pizzas to steaks and traditional French dishes. A lively place to eat, you can be sure there’ll be a great atmosphere.
The Clin d’Oeil has a very varied menu but also offers dishes from the Southwest of France, favourites are the filling cassoulet and the crayfish risotto. A friendly and relaxed atmosphere with a large selection of wines.
Lac Mines d’Or is only open during the summer months and is beautifully situated up the valley de la Manche. The outdoor tables are positioned under low trees that have twinkling lights scattered in them. If you’re looking for something a little different then Lac Mines d’Or ticks the box, with stunning surroundings of trees, a small lake and views down the valley.