Your hotel is booked. Your bags are packed. And now, you’re ready to get your South of France on this summer. Of course, anywhere you go – the HdC in Antibes, a little Casino Royale in Monte Carlo, or lavender fields as far as the eye can see in Provence – it’s going to be special. There’s a certain level of pure hedonism though, if you’re headed to St. Tropez. Let’s put it this way; it’s impossible not to have fun in St. Tropez, where your biggest decision is what time to eat. So this is your snapshot list, of the best restaurants in St. Tropez.
How to Use the 2022 St. Tropez List
There’s never one size fits all. The best restaurants in St. Tropez this summer depends on what you’re looking for, and who you’re with. For example, if you’re with your young kids, you’ll probably steer clear of L’Opera. It’s definitely not a PG-13 scene, especially as the night progresses. Additionally, some spots are better for couples, than they are for groups of friends too. Then if you’re all about high-brow dining, St. Tropez proper may not be for you. The food at the best restaurants in St. Tropez is excellent, but it’s not about taking yourself so seriously too. There’s no equivalent of Mirazur, for example, but you won’t miss it. Instead, you’ll find the best restaurants in St. Tropez have the trifecta; top atmosphere, service and food.
This is the best restaurants in St. Tropez in terms of beach clubs, lunches in town and dinners with your crew. Of course there’s also casual drinks, then if you’re really up for a big night, a few clubs for posterity. Because you’re never too old to dance on a table at L’Opera.
Plage des Graniers
Lunch in Town
Dior des Lices
Le Petit Plage
Restaurant Louis Vuitton
Café de Paris
Caves du Roy
Caprices des Deux
Reservation + Timing
For those of you who dine at the early bird special, while you’re in St. Tropez, live a little. And by a little, we actually mean a lot. Because of the madness of the summer, seatings at most of the best restaurants in St. Tropez is generally 8:30pm or 10:30pm. But know that the sun doesn’t even really set until 10pm this summer. Also, after a long day at the beach clubs, it’s good to get some chill out time and even a power nap before you get ready for dinner. As for the clubs, they’re open until 3am in the morning, for those who are really into the night owl scene.
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