When you've had enough of the “catch of the day" and need a good old dose of red meat, head to the newly opened Nacional Beef & Wine in old Antibes, where the selection includes Black Angus American, Australian, or Coutancie beef, and various cuts from rump steak to rib to sirloin XXL. You can even read about where your meat (and veal, chicken, and foie gras, also on the menu) was raised, as well as its race, age, and feeding methods. If all of this is too much,
you can order pasta. You know where that comes from. Nacional is set among stone walls and has a chic bar-and-grill decor. There's a swanky summer terrace.