31/10/2013 | by Nina Zietman
The 360 Degree bar and La Folie Douce (son of the famous mountain bar in Val d’Isère) are open-air clubs that gets the party started early on the pistes. After that, revellers stagger and slide back into town, with the majority of Brits ending in up in the Frog & Roast Beef, which has a pretty good claim to being the highest pub in Europe. The Red Fox is another good hangout for happy hour. There are so many bars in this road it can be hard to choose, but if you fancy a bit more of a Dutch or Swedish ambience try the Viking, the Tango, or Café Snesko. O’Connells has a quieter atmosphere, and it’s worth checking out the Rhum Box, with its vast array of (yes) flavoured rums, for something different. If all this choice isn’t enough to while away the wee hours you can always move on to the Malaysia, Le Baramix or The Underground, where you can keep going till it’s time to hit the slopes again.