This friendly and well-placed restaurant faces the Casino, Palais des Festivals and des Congrès, where the film festival takes place every year. ... More
Brasserie du Casino
This friendly and well-placed restaurant faces the Casino, Palais des Festivals and des Congrès, where the film festival takes place every year. The shops on Rue d'Antibes, the sea and the Croisette are all just a few steps away. It is a good place for an affordable drink or to grab a bite. The set menu costs EUR16.
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