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Morzine Bars

Cafe Chaud
– 112 Chemin de la Coutettaz
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Definitely the most fun bar in Morzine which is a real hit with the local expat community, partly because you can get a pint for €5. Tuesday evenings hosts the world famous Beer Pong Championships with other nights hosting various live bands.

The Hideout Bar
– 60 Route des Udrezants
Completely refurbished a couple of years ago and a great spot for apres ski then gets very busy later in the evening. Often used as a loosener before heading to the infamous Paradis nightclub in the basement. The Hideout Bar also houses the sensational RAMEN restaurant which serves various Japanese inspired treats, not least the incredible Tonkotsu Ramen.

Le Bec Jaune
– 220 Route de la Combe a Zore
A micro-brewery serving up their own exceptionally good beer. They normally have an IPA and stout on all the time + something a bit different. Nice south facing terrace when the sun is shining in the afternoon.

Bar Robinson
– Rue du Bourg
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A great little bar on the main Rue du Bourg that was founded in 1926 and still going strong. The home of the eye wateringly strong Mutzig beer and a great spot when the sun is out. Closes early.

Chez Roger
– Rue du Bourg
Just up the road from Bar Robinson and another Morzine institution. It’s just a small bar on the main street with some seats inside but it packs a big punch and is always full for apres ski and into the evening. A popular spot for seasonnaires.

Le Tibetan Cafe 
– 8-46 Taille de Mas du Pleney
– +33 4 50 75 90 84
Another late night bar located underground in the centre of Morzine. Expect this place to be packed most nights, also expect lots of live bands playing throughout your week and lots of cheesy music.

Morzine Apres Ski

Le Coup du Coeur
– Route de la Plagne
– A slightly more sedate affair serving various draft beers and cocktails. Situated on the main high street the Route de la Plagne, it is a great afternoon vin chaud whilst perusing the local Morzine delicatessens and shops. They have a big outdoor area through the back (with heating) that overlooks the town square and ice-rink.