The Milk Shop is an American-style café that also keeps that ‘French touch’. They use local milk in most of their coffee drinks and milkshakes and the café itself is homely and welcoming with vintage furniture and comfy little armchairs.
26 Place des Corps Saints, Avignon, France, + 33 9 82 54 16 82
This little café/restaurant is named after the owners’ daughter. The décor is fun, with green plants and original decorations suspended from the walls. You can enjoy their fantastic crepes either in one of their two dining rooms or outside on the terrace when the sun is out.
54 Rue Joseph Vernet, Avignon, France, +33 488610481
Le Café des Lices’ name is a wordplay on the French word ‘délices’ meaning ‘delights’. If you are looking for a typical French café where locals come for their daily coffee, then come and join them on the terrace. The food is simple but good; their burgers are delicious and the prices are affordable. The staff are friendly and always happy to help.
44 Rue des Lices, Avignon, France, +33 9 52 74 92 95
Le Pie Kafé is a popular local café with a wonderful terrace shaded by large eucalyptus trees and a real southern-French atmosphere. The décor is rustic with stone walls and traditional dark-wooden furniture. They serve good coffee and delicious, well-presented food.
7 Rue Saint-Jean le Vieux, Avignon, France, +33 4 90 85 92 91
Festicafé is located in the city center but it is hidden away in a quiet side street, an short walk away from the main tourist attractions of Avignon’s city center. You might find it so relaxing sitting on their terrace that you decide to stay on for the evening entertainment that is often put on here.
10 Rue de la Balance, Avignon, France, +33 4 32 74 17 78