The village of Morzine has a huge collection of bars and restaurants. You'll find some great places to unwind after a days skiing out on the slopes. Lively, great music .. "you can dance if you want to.."
The Cavern Bar: If you are looking for the best night out or "apres ski" in Morzine during the Winter, Summer and Inter seasons you have found The Cavern Bar.
Apres ski: The Cavern Bar is in the middle of the village, only 70m from the Tourist Office. With your back to the office, look for the sign as you head towards the Pleney Lift. At the sign, walk down the stairs and turn right at the bottom, through the red telephone box door, easy! The English and French staff will give you the vibe.
The Shooters and Beer menus of The Cavern Bar are famous in Morzine... B52, After Eight, Irish Car Bomb and over 20 other different shooters will give you the quick fix. Stella, Shaults, Hoogarden, Guiness and Kilkenny on tap. Corona, Newcastle, Bud, 1664, Heineken are part of the bottled beer stock.... The "top shelf" will give you hours of fun, from classic long drinks to "pick me up" slamers. Otherwise be the barman serve yourself your own beer at one of the beer tables( I'll let you work this one out).Web: https://cavernbarmorzine.com
Bar Robinson since 1926: "Old school" bar or the Robinson Bar of Morzine which has been running since 1926 is on the left hand side as you make your way down the Route de Bourg. This is the spot for rainy Wednesday afternoon in Morzine; a place to hang out.
The Mutzig Beer Challenge: Try the Mutzig Beer Challenge: Three pints of this strong "beer" and see if you can still ski or walk...
The bar has a good sun terrace. A relaxing spot for a sunny afternoon to watch the world go by or write a few postcards home in the winter or the summer season.Web: https://www.bar-robinson.com/
Tibetan Cafe's Beautiful artefact's and furniture: The Tibetan Cafe of Morzine is a bar with a cosmopolitan and relaxing feeling. Every conceivable drink is catered for, with the full reflection detailed in catalogues for your choice and they will go out of their way to make your stay an enjoyable experience.
The bar is small and packs out quickly, so get there early. The apres ski is relaxed with the beer flowing freely through the pipes. Get inside and try out the shooters menu. The sofas which are the perfect relaxing places after a hard day snowboarding or skiing on the hill are the ideal place to talk about your day's adventure in the Portes du Soleil. The Tibrtan dispelled the myth, with different sounds from the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's filling the evenings vibe.Web: https://www.tibetan-cafe-morzine.com/
The Dixie Bar of Morzine : can be found on the Route de Bourg 50m from the town hall. Over the years the bar has been able to create a special atmosphere, with a mixture of clients from around the globe intermingling between the two separated bars. One mellow; a place to talk and hang out. The other full-on with the vibe to go with it.
The Dixie has pool tables, Internet access and a down stairs games room spread through the bars. With four big screens you have the ideal place to watch the football and rugby which are broardcasted live through the season.
If its live music and apres ski that you are looking for, you will find it here. Live Irish bands from Dublin give the tunes from 6- 8 pm, mixed with the large selection of draft and bottled beers for that "green" moment in the perfect day.
The Opera: Walk down the long steps, leave your jacket with the "vestry" at the entrance before making your way to one of the two bars.
The Opera is the largest of the two night clubs in Morzine. It is open from 11.00 pm to 5.30 am throughout the winter and summer seasons but doesn’t get going until well after midnight . The club is found on the right hand side of the Route de Pleney as you make your way up from the Tourist Office. The large dance floor is below (with metal cage and stage for the needy!) where you can get into the music of the night. Theme parties through the season will give you the opportunity to get groovy in the foam or break dance on your head..
The Paradis Night Club: can be found by taking a short walk from the Mayors Office in the lower part of Morzine village. Take the old road to Avoriaz and look out for the sign on your right hand side after 50m.
Franck Weyler (stage name) who was the old owner of the club spent his earlier years as a singer in a French group, where he performed with some of the top French and international artists of his era. Long live the 70's. Paradis Nightclub is open every night in the winter and summer seasons and each weekend throughout the rest of the year from 11.00 pm to 5.30 am, so if its a sing along with friends that you are looking for, take a seat on one of the red leopard skin seats and join in. With its unique decoration from the 1970's, including mirrored walls and under floor lighting, you have found a club where you can pass the later hours of the evening / earlier hours of the morning indulging in some of the more enjoyable aspects of life.written : 2002 updated : 2020