Angers, located in northwest France, has plenty to see and do during the daytime: a château, the famed Apocalypse Tapestry, a cathedral, and several museums. But when night falls? Fear not, Angers is chock-full of everything from lively pubs and brasseries to sophisticated wine bars. Here, we explore some of the best bars in Angers.
This unpretentious but inviting bistro features contemporary decor and an ever-changing menu written on a slate board. Grab some appetizers and a glass of wine from the extensive drinks list, and enjoy.
Open until 2 am, the terrace at this friendly bar is the place to go for prime outdoor people-watching on a summer night. Opt for a beer, or have a meal, and enjoy the ambiance. The helpful staff speaks English and is happy to help.
For a casual environment, order a beer at this low-key and welcoming Irish-inspired pub. With homemade food, good beers, comfortable seating, and a patio, there’s no better place to kick back on a sunny day.
Visitors wandering around Angers’ old town will be delighted to stumble across this charming wine bar, which changes its wine selections every month and additionally offers bites to share; such as meats, cheeses, and terrines depending on the day of the week.
A quirky and bohemian café and wine bar, Un Brin Folk features eclectic decor, lively folk music, mouthwatering food, and of course an excellent selection of wines, mainly local. Cap off a day of sightseeing by settling into a comfortable leather sofa, admiring the art on the walls, and sipping a Loire Valley red.
A no-frills bar and café, Le Boudoir offers tasty and seasonal food and delicious drinks for reasonable prices, in a sweet and cozily-decorated environment. Tucked away at the end of an alley, this place is worth finding.
This classy and stylish bistro is centrally located and offers a well-curated wine list along with both a set menu and an à la carte food menu. A great place to stop by for a meal or simply for drinks before or after dinner.
An authentic and homey pub, Le Welsh offers beers from around the globe as well as an assortment of delectable tapas to accompany. There is frequent live music, often Irish traditional music, and the atmosphere is always lively and energetic.