Montpellier: 5 places to eat after

After a movie or a show, hunger can sometimes be felt. Still, you don’t want to end up in a fast food joint tonight. Fortunately, the city of Montpellier is full of restaurants. Some allow everyone to eat, even when you think you have passed the hour.

Café Joseph, a must on Place Jean Jaurès

Cafe Joseph
Midi Libre – RICHARD DE HULLESSEN

For more than thirty years, Café Joseph has been one of the emblematic places on Place Jean-Jaurès, where you can taste dishes worthy of Parisian brasseries. Salmon tartare, burger or charcuterie plate, the brasserie offers quality service in a neo-baroque universe. Open seven days a week, this institution has a large covered terrace where the student atmosphere is at the meeting. The interior, more intimate, is perfect for a friendly moment with family or lovers. The service ends at 11:00 p.m. Ideal for a quality end to the evening.

Café Joseph, 3 place Jean Jaurès, open 7 days a week, from 9am to 1am.

Caffè Panis, a culinary journey in the heart of the city

Café Panis

Café Panis
Midi Libre – RICHARD DE HULLESSEN

Caffè Panis, which opened only a year ago, has quickly risen up the list of places to see in Montpellier. Their wood-fired pizzas and typical Italian dishes, straight from grandma’s old recipe books, will delight lovers of the big boot. The opportunity to taste their “real” carbonara with pork cheeks and pecorino. The little extra, pastis Panis from the Maison Artaud distillery. A craft drink that can only be found in two establishments in the city! And Caffè Panis is one of them. Something to refresh those for whom the party is never over.

Caffè Panis, 3 Place du Marché-aux-Fleurs.

Open 7 days a week, 8am to 1am.

Marché du Lez, a wide selection of specialties on the go

Halls in Lez

Halls in Lez
Midi Libre – Sam Drammeh-Boillot

Lez Market’s gourmet halls are aptly named. About twenty “corners” for a quick bite are open until Charcuterie board, falafel or burger, visitors can order their dish and enjoy it at the many available tables.

The halls of Lez, 1348 avenue de la Mer-Raymond Dugrand.

Open Monday to Saturday from 9.00 to 23.00.

The cuisine of Chez Félix, to end the evening in style

Restaurant Chez Felix

Restaurant Chez Felix
Midi Libre – RICHARD DE HULLESSEN

Located in the street parallel to the Diagonal Cinema, the bistro Chez Félix is ​​the ideal place for a restaurant after a movie night. The bistro, located just behind the Place de la Comédie, offers service until 23.00, and offers daily specials as well as a lovely menu with starters, main courses and desserts. Burgers, salads or tarte tatin for dessert, there is something for everyone. Count around €13 for a dish. If you are finally convinced by the place, the bistro Chez Félix organizes themed nights, enough to keep you dancing until 10am. In addition to serving until late, Happy Hour lasts… at 9! From Monday to Wednesday.

Bistro Chez Félix, 1 bis rue Vanneau.

Open daily from 10am to 1am.

The pizza palace satisfies small thirsts and big hungers

Pizza Palace

Pizza Palace
Midi Libre – RICHARD DE HULLESSEN

Located not far from the Saint-Roch church in the historic center, Pizza Palace is a place of choice in case of a little hunger. Connected to the bar of the same name, this little corner of Italy allows you to enjoy a good hot dish until 23.00 at the same time as a last drink. In fact, bar patrons can order their pizzas directly at the counter and be served on the terrace. Regina, 4 cheese or burrata, their creamy pizzas at low prices will delight night owls. While waiting for the meal, a wide selection of draft beer is available. And in this soccer World Cup month, Pizza Palace is also broadcasting the matches.

Pizza Palace, 11 rue Four-des-Flammes.

Open Tuesday to Saturday until 10.30 p.m.

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