Jimmy’z epitomises Monaco, and drinks here will cost you at least €30. The club is set around a stunning Japanese garden, overlooking the Mediterranean, complemented by a pool.
Jimmy’z, 26. Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco, +37 798 067 068
Le Living Room
Le Living Room is another late night club in Monaco. Here, you’ll be surrounded by plush décor, and most likely, a very sophisticated crowd.
Le Living Room, 7 Avenue des Spélugues, Monaco, +37 793 508 031
So this needs little introduction – you’re in Monaco after all. A night out in the principality cannot be complete without at least visiting this iconic establishment. Read our Monte-Carlo Casino guide for all you need to know about your outing here.
Casino de Monte-Carlo, Place du Casino, Monaco, +37 798 062 121
Like many other places in Monaco, La Rascasse is a café by day, and a bar and live music venue by night. If you’re an F1 fan, you should definitely check out La Rascasse as it is situated on the Rascasse bend of the circuit. Furthermore, the terrace is great here, and the vibe is more casual.
La Rascasse, 1 Quai Antoine 1er, Monaco, +37 798 061 616
La Note Bleue
This beach bar is what Monaco does best: sun, sea and cocktails – altogether. La Note Bleue is chic, and the place to be if you’re looking for a chilled-out yet unforgettable night in Monaco.
La Note Bleue, Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco, +37 793 500 502
Le Bar Américain
If you’re into jazz then this is the piano bar for you. Located in the plush Hotel de Paris, Le Bar Américain will offer you an unforgettable night, away from strobe lights and heaving crowds. Furthermore, you can also enjoy a great coastal view from here.
Le Bar Américain, Hotel de Paris, Place du Casino, Monaco, +37 798 063 838
Throughout summer, Monaco’s small fortress turned open air theatre, Fort Antoine, hosts evening plays. Although, by day this venue is just another peaceful corner in the principality, nothing can beat the evening experience it offers. Definitely not to be missed.
Fort Antoine, Avenue de la Quarantaine, Monaco, +37 793 158 000
Brasserie de Monaco
With one of the most expansive terrace spaces in the principality, Brasserie de Monaco is open from midday to 2 a.m. for beers and merriment. Beers because it is home to Monaco’s only craft beer, and merriment because it’s Monaco, after all!
36 Route de la Piscine, Monaco, +37 797 985 120
Café de Paris
This is perhaps one of the most iconic places in Monaco. This famous spot, in the shadow of the Monte-Carlo Casino, is open until 2 a.m. and is just as great for a night cap as it is for day-time people watching.
Café de Paris, Place du Casino, Monaco, +37 798 067 623