Méribel Bars and RestaurantsTo many people, après-ski is as important as the skiing itself! Meriski guests certainly won’t be disappointed: there are a number of Méribel restaurants and bars to visit during your stay, each offering something different.If you’re staying in one of our catered chalets, our driver service operates until 8 pm every day and will pick you up from anywhere in Méribel, including Méribel Village. Otherwise, there are plenty of reliable taxis to return you to your accommodation.Méribel BarsBarometerTel: +33 (0)4 79 00 41 06Barometer was refurbished a couple of years ago and offers a relaxed atmosphere during the day for a quiet drink before it transforms into a more sophisticated evening bar and restaurant. Snacks are available all day! CopiñaTel: +33 (0)4 79 24 07 90In the heart of Méribel Centre, Copiña has established itself as one of the more popular pre and post-dinner cocktail bars. Open late into the night, the intimate and cosy atmosphere is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the theatrical world of cocktails. Their collection of world wines by the glass and rotating craft beer on tap accompany authentic tapas giving you the opportunity to indulge whilst sat at their elegant marble bar – the perfect alternative to restaurant dining.Jack’sTel: +33 (0)4 79 00 44 26Jacks is located at the foot of the piste, just across from La Chaudanne, which makes them one of the go-to spots for lunch and après! Whether you need to refuel or you’re ready for après, drop into Jack’s for a bite to eat from the Evo Kitchen. O’Sullivans – Sullys BarTel: +33 (0)4 79 08 60 19O’Sullivans is the number one ‘club’ in Méribel. ‘The Den’ above is a quieter place for a casual drink and bite to eat, with weekly live acoustic sets.Le Pub (Hotel Doron) A Popular British run bar with a young atmosphere and live music most nights on its bustling dancefloor. There is also a pool table for a quieter, early evening drink. La TaverneTel: +33 (0)4 79 00 32 45One of the most popular spots in town – the bar gets lively most evenings and it’s also a great coffee spot during the day. La Taverne’s terrace is a real sun trap overlooking the centre of Méribel.L’AbreuvoirTel: +33 (0)4 79 00 74 31A favourite with Meriski guests, L’Abreuvoir has a great cocktail menu and eclectic selection of drinks for every taste. It’s more popular with the French locals than the seasonnaires, so if you’re looking to come and practice your French in a sophisticated venue, come to L’Abreuvoir!Le Rond PointTel: +33 (0)4 79 00 37 51If you’re looking for Aprés, no Holiday to Méribel is complete without a trip to the ‘Ronnie’. This place is one of the number one spots for an après-ski session. You can watch the sun set behind the valley with a Beer or a Vin Chaud in hand alongside frequent band performances most nights of the week. Méribel Restaurants – Relaxed and InformalL’IglooTel: 04 79 08 53 90Best known for its pizzas and Italian-style tapas, this restaurant also serves a choice of burgers, steaks and salads. If you would rather stay in the chalet, the driver service can pick up a takeaway for you.The DenTel: +33 (0)4 79 08 60 19Newly refurbished, The Den is a seasonnaires’ favourite. The new menu offers something slightly different from that traditional Savoyard fare serving Asian inspired cuisine, sharing platters and tapas-style dishes in a relaxed modern setting. It is located above O’Sullivans, serving food until 1am.Le Spot Take AwayTel: +33 (0)6 88 55 97 60Freshly made Pizza delivered straight to your door, using our driver service, this home comfort for the ones who just want to relax in the chalet.Tsaretta SpiceTel: +33 (0)4 79 08 51 26A great culinary experience, now in it’s 3rd year and situated at Méribel 1600 (Just up the road from Meriski’s chalet L’Arpge). Authentically cooked contemporary Indian cuisine. Their highly trained and experienced chefs have created a unique menu, complemented by a selection of fine wines and beers. Takeaways can also be arranged!Méribel Restaurants – Informal but RefinedHotel Le Savoy Tel: +33 4 79 55 55 50Slap bang in the centre of Méribel, The Savoy hotel is excellent for a morning coffee, an afternoon tea or glass of wine and equally good for an evening meal. La KouisénaTel: +33 (0(4 79 08 89 23This is a very and beautiful Savoyard restaurant, warmed by several wonderful log fires. Food is traditionally Savoyard cuisine, specialising in cheese dishes and grills. It has a rustic charm and traditional feel.Aux Petits Oignons (Altitude 1600m)Tel: +33 (0)4 79 08 64 62This bistro style restaurant has long been a favourite of many of our guests. With a warm log fire in the centre, candlelit tables, cool music and extremely friendly management; it’s always a great evening here. The food is excellent with a good choice of fish and meat main courses plus a different chef’s special every evening. Many French specialities also feature on the menu such as Foie Gras, Snails… etc. Aux Petits Oignons is good value and has long been very popular in Méribel.La FromagerieTel: +33 (0)4 79 08 55 48This is without doubt the no. 1 choice for a Cheese Fondue or Raclette. La Fromagerie is a superb cellar restaurant with rustic atmosphere. Upstairs is its own shop with a magnificent choice of local cheeses, but for the restaurant the owner has a special cool, cellar room absolutely full of superb giant cheeses from different regions. It’s always very, very busy so book early and don’t be put off by the smell!La FlambéeTel: +33 (0)4 79 00 31 70This is Méribel’s original Italian restaurant & is a really attractive, tempting little restaurant-full of Italian flavour, even down to the music! In addition to the many Italian specials, the menu includes traditional Savoyard dishes and meats from the grill. All meals are prepared to order so in the busy periods relax with a pre-dinner drink. Some of the best pizzas in town with a Savoyard tinge.(Takeway Pizzas are also available)Le Bo A MilTel: +33 (0)4 79 00 75 48Le Bo A Mil is one of Méribel’s best secrets. Tucked behind the lively Lodge Du Village on the Méribel Village roundabout, this quintessentially Savoyard tavern will not disappoint. The wooden clad, chalet-style setting is quaint and romantic with attentive service on hand to help you select the perfect wine to compliment your food.Méribel Restaurants – Fine Dining ExperiencesLe CèpeTel: +33 (0)4 79 22 46 08A gem in Méribel’s crown and Meriski favourite. Chef Alan Plouzané was previously the chef at the Allodis Hotel, and he and his wife welcome you to their restaurant which offers fantastic food at good value. You can treat yourself to a cocktail at the bar before you are waiting to be seated and soak up the restaurant’s warm and rustic ambience. Le Cèpe’s patrons who return year on year to this marvellous restaurant are a true testament to it’s ongoing success.L’EkrinTel: +33 (0)4 79 41 69 35L’Ekrin exudes a sophisticated and welcoming atmosphere, elegantly dressed in black velvet and warm tones. Chef Laurent Azoulay, has recently been awarded his first Michelin Star.Beef Bar (Restaurant de l’Hôtel Le Coucou)Tel: +33 (0)4 90 65 99 11The Beefbar offers the opportunity to try the rarest meats with the most prestigious origins, all matured and prepared to perfection: Black Angus from Argentina and the USA, Australian Wagyu, Japanese Kobe… What a delight it is to find the Beefbar’s classics for the first time in the mountains, on the vast sunlit terrace of Le Coucou! At midday, ski straight off the slopes onto the sunlit terrace for a cosy lunch in the dry. While you eat, recharge your connected ski equipment and warm your gloves ready for the afternoon ski session. Unless the temptation to laze tranquilly on the terrace is too much…Bianca Neve (2nd Restaurant de l’Hôtel Le Coucou)Tel: +33 (0)4 90 65 99 11Bianca Neve restaurant offers the chance to savour the best of the region in a refined decor designed by Pierre Yovanovitch. From Veneto to Sardinia, enjoy an exceptional culinary journey with all the timeless classics, created using quality products carefully selected from well-known Italian producers. The adjoining wine cellar is stocked with wines from around the world, stored in perfect conditions that will delight connoisseurs.Le Grand Coeur Hotel RestaurantTel: +33 (0)4 79 08 60 03For a special occasion, Le Grand Coeur’s restaurant is fine dining at its best. Nestled just above Méribel’s Centre, it offers traditional dishes ‘with a gourmet twist’ teamed with exceptional service. The staff are on hand to help you choose the perfect wine from their vast cellar.L’Adray TélébarTel: +33 (0)4 79 08 60 26A favourite for locals, mountain professionals and visitors alike, this Hotel Restaurant is open all day for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Popular dishes include tartiflette, raclette and fondue. Situated on the piste, the hotel will pick you up from the road just beneath Le Rond Point after dark.Bar 80Tel: +33 (0)4 79 08 61 76A brand new brasserie in the Heart of Meribel with delicious and authentic cooking: The traditional and iconic recipes of a sophisticated brasserie to discover. A festive atmosphere accompanied by a live band or a DJ set, from lounge music to pop rock.