Why go to Monaco? For first-class service, unique gastronomic experience and, of course, unforgettable parties. Dancing until dawn, world celebrities all around you, champagne showers — no, this is not a myth. This is the reality of Monaco. Welcome to the nine legendary places of the Principality with the best parties!
Jimmy’z has attracted celebrities for more than 40 years with its incendiary parties. This legendary place is the result of Régine Zylberberg’s collaboration with SBM. In 1970, the «Queen of the Night», better known as Régine, performed in Monaco. And so began her love story with the Principality, where a year later she opened Jimmy’z.
Today it has become one of the most popular nightclubs in Monaco; its program always includes world-famous names: from Martin Solveig, Bob Sinclar to Big Ali and many others.
In 2017, renovation work was carried out in the club, maintaining a unique look that has attracted the rich and famous for several decades. During the warmer months, the summer open-air bar is the main meeting place before a blowout party.
Till July 1, open from Wednesday to Sunday; from July 2 to September 2, open daily from 23.30.
Tel. +377 9806 7068
Le Bar Américain
The bar, located in the Hôtel de Paris and owned by SBM, is primarily known for its evenings with live-music and unique cocktails. Once there, you unwittingly relive the story of the Great Gatsby: live jazz music, elegant bar design and great cocktails — everything reminds one of the Roaring Twenties.
The program of live performances changes every month, but the genre remains the same: soul, jazz, blues, pop and funk are played here. This summer, you can enjoy the performances of such musicians as Randy Moore and the Fabulous Suedes Trio, Stefano Signoroni & the MC Sextet, Vick & the Victims, Alexandra Miller et les Metroromantic and others.
Cuisine: European, Mediterranean.
Tel. +377 9806 3838
In 2016, Rampoldi celebrated its 70th birthday in the presence of Albert II, Prince of Monaco. For decades, the Monegasque and international elite have flocked to this place. One of its first star guests was none other than Frank Sinatra himself. And during the period of the Monaco Grand Prix, you can meet both famous racing drivers and celebrities in the restaurant who, after the Cannes Film Festival, come to the Principality to watch the Formula 1 race.
Today, Rampoldi has acquired a new look, while retaining the unique atmosphere of the past century. The Belle Époque-style interior of the restaurant allows you to see the chef Antonio Salvatore and his team in the process of cooking, through the panoramic window.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, folk, blues, and bossa nova bands perform in the lounge bar on the lower floor.
Tel. +377 9330 7065
Buddha Bar is a real mecca for the lovers of electronic music with soft ethnic tones. The performances of DJ Papa, Buddha Bar’s resident, have become the integral part of this place.
Buddha Bar, owned by SBM, is located in the building of the famous Monte-Carlo Casino replacing an old cabaret. Buddha Bar impresses with its spacious interior, which literally takes guests to Asia, with a huge Buddha statue as one of the main details of design.
In the restaurant, the Monegasque chef Éric Guillemaud and his team will offer you Asian cuisine: from China, Japan, Thailand and Southeast Asia. On summer evenings, you can enjoy a hookah and Buddha Bar signature cocktails on the terrace.
Cuisine: Asian, French.
Tel: +377 9806 1919
Twiga is a meeting point for jetsetters from all over the world. Being one of the world famous Billionaires Clubs, it is run by Italian businessman Flavio Briatore. The award-winning restaurant serves Japanese and Italian cuisine and offers hookahs. After 1 a.m. live-music performances turn into dancing to the fiery music of invited DJs.
During the construction works of Portier, the club is located in the Grimaldi Forum building. Nevertheless, that doesn’t affect the quality of parties, which have repeatedly attracted many celebrities to this place: from football stars and Formula 1 drivers to businessmen and other celebrities.
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 19.00 to 03.00.
Tel: +377 9999 2550
Sass Cafe is another legendary place in Monaco, which for more than 25 years has attracted both local residents and famous guests of the Principality.
In the entire history of the restaurant, founded in 1993 by Salvador Treves, better known as Sassa, its local parties have attracted more than 150 celebrities, including Bono, Seal, Michael Jordan, Eva Longoria and many others. The new elegant interior designed by Tina Green, turns into a dance floor in the evening: the guests simply can’t resist the rhythmic DJ sets that replace the live performances.
Sass Cafe is a family business; today Sassa runs this place with his son Samy.
Cuisine: Italian, Mediterranean.
Open every evening from 20.00.
Tel: +377 9325 5200
For Monaco audiences tempted by endless parties, it is hard to spring a surprise. If every second place tends to only offer you the possibility to dance, in Pacific Monte-Carlo you can also sing your favourite hits during its karaoke nights!
The restaurant, which has a calm and cozy atmosphere in the daytime, becomes a musical paradise for karaoke lovers at night. Among the 55,000 songs here you can definitely find your favourite one.
The restaurant is famous for its generous wine list. The collection includes wines from Bordeaux, Tuscany, South Africa, Australia and California. Despite the elegant and modern interior design, summer evenings offer a pleasant experience over a glass of wine on the terrace, filled with the unique atmosphere of the Principality. Pacific Monte-Carlo also offers hookahs.
Open daily from Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 03.00, on Sundays from 18.00 to 03.00. From 23.30 the restaurant turns into a club with karaoke parties.
Cuisine: Mediterranean, Japanese.
Tel: +377 9325 2030
Nikki Beach Fairmont Monte-Carlo
About 5 years ago, Nikki Beach was launched on the roof of the Fairmont Monte-Carlo. On hot sunny days, this place becomes an oasis for jetsetters: besides refreshing cocktails that give relief from the heat, there is an outdoor pool on the seventh floor of the hotel.
The first legendary beach club was created in 1998 thanks to entrepreneur Jack Penrod, who presented to the public a new concept of a luxury beach club. Today, restaurants and clubs of the brand can be found in the most popular and luxurious destinations: from Miami and St. Tropez to St. Barth and Ibiza. Monaco, of course, was no exception.
During the summer season the bar is open daily. Another reason to come here is a stunning view of the Principality at sunset, as well as signature cocktails offered every night (except Saturdays) from 22.00 to 02.00.
Cuisine: the menu includes dishes from all countries where brand restaurants and beach clubs are located: France, Spain, Italy, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, etc.
Tel: + 377 9350 6500
Twiga Beach Club
Just before the Monaco Grand Prix racing week-end, another place of distinction opened in the Principality and it risks becoming one of the main meeting points for lovers of Italian cuisine and the Billionaires Clubs lifestyle. On the ground floor of the Le Méridien hotel, the Twiga Beach Club opened its doors. In fact, the new Club is part of the famous brand of Flavio Briatore: the Billionaire life.
The Twiga Beach Club occupies the hotel’s private beach, with 200 sunbeds and 4 VIP tents.
In the morning (from 11.00 to 20.00), hotel clients and club guests can spend time on the beach. In the evening (from 23.00 to 06.00) some of the hottest parties of the season will definitely be held here!
Теl.: +377 9330 9880