Le Cafe Courchevel

Grand Hôtel, Rue Park City, 73120 Courchevel, France


Situated in the heart of the village, Le Café embodies the essence of its surroundings, boasting a sun-soaked terrace and cosy tables for two or larger groups. With its patinated appearance and warm, Provençal-inspired decor, Le Café embodies the heart of the village it represents. Its design elements, such as House of Hackney fabrics, artisanal mouldings and joinery, custom tableware by Guy Degrenne, and hand-patinated walls, have been meticulously curated by architect Laurent Pelamourgues to harmonise with the local ambience.

This French restaurant and piano bar offers authentic cuisine in a warm and verdant setting. The brasserie exudes a charmingly weathered appearance with a touch of Provençal style, serving a range of dishes inspired by traditional brasserie classics, enriched with Provençal and Savoyard influences according to the season. Each dish features meticulously selected ingredients, ensuring a delightful culinary experience. Le Café welcomes lovers of French gastronomy and the art of living to its convivial setting.

As the evening sets in, the atmosphere transforms into a lively piano bar featuring performances of French variety songs by talented singers and pianists. 

Embracing its roots as a piano bar, Le Café resonates with the melodies of French variety music. This lively venue attracts a diverse audience, including seasoned skiers, poets from Venice, artists from Berlin, English lords, and New York bankers. As the pianist and singers fill the air with the tunes of Edith Piaf, Charles Aznavour, and Gilbert Bécard, the Café becomes a vibrant hub where different cultures converge in the spirit of joy and entertainment.