BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE! For the latest Eat, Drink, Sleep campaign, Sunseeker Cannes share some winter warmer suggestions for going out while all the while keeping snug and cosy this season on the Riviera…
Eat: Le Michelangelo, 3 Rue des Cordiers, 06600, Vieil Antibes
The World-renowned Le Michelangelo restaurant in Antibes old town attracts stars and celebrities during the Cannes Film Festival and throughout the summer season. Whilst reservations can be challenging during peak season, the winter months prove more sedate and the restaurant reveals its warmth and cosy atmosphere, sending us right back in time to when Antibes was but a small fishing village on the Riviera.
Located behind the city walls and ramparts of Antibes, le Michelangelo is Mamo’s Kingdom… Chef Mamo is an artist, curating the warmth of the South of France and all of the style of the Mediterranean in his delectable food.
Seated in an old wine cellar, built of old stones full of history, diners can indulge in exquisite seafood, from an excellent risotto of calamari to a “Polipo” octopus salad. The famous “Spalla d’Agnello” (lamb shoulder grilled on a wood fire), rabbit with herbs (grilled on a wood fire) or “Saltimbocca Romana” (veal escalope with Parma ham and Emmental cheese). For dessert the Tiramisu and Amaretto crème brulée are to die for.
‘La cave de Mamo’ is also very famous for offering a wide variety of wines from Italy and France. Guests can lavish over the extensive wine list, from a delectable Mercurey Chateau de Beaune 2008 and a Petrus 2001 (Pommerol) to a sun-soaked Tuscan red Sassicaia Bolgheri 2008.
Please note, the restaurant will be closed from January 4th to February 9th, bookings are encouraged before and after this period.
For reservations, please contact +33 (0) 4 93 34 04 47 or visit http://www.michelangelo-mamo.com
Drink: Fitzgerald Piano Bar @ Hôtel Belles Rives, 33 Blvd Edouard Baudoin, 06160, Juan-les-Pins, Cap d’Antibes
Once the property of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, it is believed the Belles Rives was the inspiration for Scott’s “Great Gatsby”. The iconic piano bar is now part of the very closed circle of Cafés Historiques et Patrimoniaux d’Europe.
Club chairs, panoramic views, old masters, the squeaking smokehouse floor… The Fitzgerald Piano Bar is above all a place to live, a comfortable and cosy corner to sit and sip champagne, or an iconic venue in which to indulge in timeless cocktails and enjoy a true atmosphere. “Tea time” is not to be missed with delicious pastries by Steve Moracchini.
In the evenings from 6pm, the Piano Bar atmosphere truly comes alive. Offering a truly luxurious experience, guests can enjoy a prestigious wine tasting with the BR Wine Club hosted by Aymeric Verdy, the head sommelier at the Belles Rives. Santé…
The Fitzgerald Bar is open everyday from 3pm.
For reservations, please telephone +33 (0) 4 93 61 02 79, email email@example.com or visit http://www.bellesrives.com for further details.
Sleep: Le Mas Candille ***** Hotel & Spa, Boulevard Clément Rebuffel, 06250, Mougins
Le Mas Candille is a beautiful 5 Star Hotel that offers an eclectic blend of traditional architecture, contemporary amenities and service that matches attention with discretion.
A member of the coveted Relais & Châteaux collection, the hotel offers 45 beautifully designed guestrooms, including seven suites, the first Shiseido Spa in Europe and a Michelin starred restaurant. Set in a stunning 4.5 hectare park, Le Mas Candille is a beautiful base to explore the French Riviera.
Le Mas Candille was voted Best Hotel Restaurant in Europe & the Mediterranean at the Condé Nast Johansens 2014 Awards.
And there we have it, three recommendations to Eat, Drink & Sleep in the South of France over the coming winter months – whether you are looking for sumptuous Mediterranean cooking, art deco inspired cocktails or the ultimate relaxing spa stay, Sunseeker Cannes offers its tailored suggestions.
For more information on any of the above recommendations, please contact:-
Sunseeker Cannes | Port Camille Rayon | 21-22 Quai Nord | 06220 Golfe Juan | France | +33 (0) 493 33 17 17 | firstname.lastname@example.org