The French Riviera Restaurants


The French Riviera Restaurant Reviews

Even in tiny villages some haute cuisine places can be as dressy as those in Monaco, if not more so, but in general, restaurants on the Côte d'Azur are quite relaxed. At lunchtime, a T-shirt and shorts are just fine in all but the fanciest places; bathing suits, however, should be kept for the beach. Nighttime wear is casual, too—but be aware that for after-dinner drinks, many clubs and discos draw the line at running shoes and jeans. Food plays a crucial role in the south of France, and some of the best restaurants aren't so easy to access; make sure to include taxi money in your budget to get to some of the more remote restaurants, or plan on renting a car. Try to come in truffle, lavender, or olive season.

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