There’s a great selection of bars and restaurants to choose from in Les Arcs and Peisey Vallandry, and a really vibrant après-ski and night life. Whether you’re looking to unwind after a hard day on the mountain, or go out for a traditional Savoyarde meal, you’ve got a lot of options.
Situated right next to the bottom of Le Grizzly chair-lift in Vallandry, the Blanc is a buzzing bar with a great après-ski scene and plenty going on in the evenings too. The Mont Blanc often has live music in the evenings, plus DJ’s and other shenanigans at après time. It serves a wide selection of food all day, and up until 10pm in the evening.
At the other end of the Peisey-Vallandry resort from the Bar Mont Blanc, you’ll find La Vache tucked away just up the hill behind a few chalets. It’s got an amazing location – properly ski in ski out, with a sun terrace that has simply gorgeous views across the valley towards La Plagne. The food here is top notch and they run plenty of specials too. Evenings are often filled with live music or DJ’s, or sometimes just with people relaxing with a couple of drinks after dinner.
Jimmy’s is a friendly Dutch aprè-ski bar with a lot of madness. If you want a proper knees-up after skiing this is the place to go. Located very close to the bottom of the Vallandry chair-lift, it’s very convenient!
Maxima is right in front of Jimmy’s Bar at the bottom of the Vallandry chair lift. It has a large sun-terrace, and serves food all day. It’s perfect for a lazy lunch on bluebird days. The Maxima Burger and goats cheese salad are particular favourites of the SnowHQ team.
Greg’s Bar is the most popular bar in Peisey Village. It’s the hang-out for all the seasonnaires, and is usually buzzing from 10pm onwards. With lots of different promotions each night, plus regular fancy dress parties and DJ’s, you’ll never find yourself bored in Greg’s Bar! They also serve excellent takeaway pizzas in the bar from 5.30pm until 9.30pm.
If you fancy a more traditional French bar, check out the Alpage de Peisey – it’s just next door to Greg’s bar in Peisey village. You’ll usually find a load of the pisteurs hanging out here after work. The Alpage is very friendly, and a great place to chill out with a couple of cold beers.