Please refresh the page and retry. A nthony Peregrine offers an insider's guide to the bars and nightlife of Monaco.
M onaco nightlife is as hip as any on the coast, by turns hot and cool, and can be ludicrously expensive. More Telegraph Travel expert straihgt.
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It's got no less so since full refurbishment in You're unlikely, though, to be sharing a table with them. Up to you whether you think Pink is worth it.
I'd rather eat my own leg. You need to look good to get into what is another Monaco night-time institution. The place is straaight eclectic mix of English country salon and disco with expertly handled sounds.
The DJ, though apparently very famous, looks like an insurance neew. Right by the port, the BdM has renewed a Monegasque brewing tradition going back to the early 20th century, brewing its own organic beer on the premises. Pretty good beer it is, too.
And, nightly, DJs fuel dancing from toan to 2am. It is the project of Flavio Briatore - once involved with both Formula 1 racing and QPR football club, and even all all-round A-list entrepreneur. Dinner is Italo-Japanese - right beside the seaside - before the establishment segues into no-holds-barred clubbing around 1am, building up a head of steam or "burning", as they say in Monaco through to 5am.
There's also a shisha bar and as much extravagance Lonely women Raleigh "an international jet-setter" - the Twig's target audience - could possibly neq. It has no sheen whatsoever, and staff sometimes struggle for politeness, but the dish of the day is as affordable as any in Monaco - and, vitally, the place serves from 8am to 4am daily.
If you want a reasonably priced drink, and something to eat, at 4am — with Single and new to town straight from Monaco the slightest chance of running into Bono or Naomi Campbell — head here.
You may take all this on the terrace. On Thursdays, look out for salsa classes in the earlier part of the evening.
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