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Just open a few hours, hard to get in during summer session as the place fill up quickly. Real party athmosphere and great fun while zipping on one of a variaty of different absinths from the drinklist. There are beers on the list two....
This place is super, super fun. In the evenings it’s packed so be prepared to wait for a table. The current piano player is brilliant- really charismatic. Silly hats, traditional absinthe fountains, glasses and spoons, a HUGE absinthe menu and a good crowd willing to...More
We have taken guests down into the Absinthe cellar a couple of times. The first time was Friday night. A pianist was playing, it was a totally new experience, people on neighbouring tables were exchanging hats, we had fun getting to grips with the the...More
On a hot, very hot day we stopped in for a tasting. Down the winding staircase into the underground "cave", with a working air conditioner was the start to a very much needed rest stop. Then, the fun begins. The owner indoctrinates you with a...More
Really impressive place, highly recommend to visit, very informative, interesting and with great sense of humor Bartender, who was very knowledgeable and easy interacting with the guests! To visit the place and know how exactly right to drink Absinthe is perfect place!!
During our second trip to Antibes we were looking for something unusua to do, having already been to the Picasso Museum. A friend suggested we visit the Absinthe Museum, which we decided to do. it turns out that the museum is in the basement of...More
Absinthe is certainly not my drink of choice but I had been told by several people that this place was well worth a visit.
Live music and hat swapping with the tables around us brought everyone together and made for a really fun evening.
The bar is quite small, down a twisty staircase in a cellar. Everyone joins in the singing to music DVDs shown on a large TV. Some nights there is a piano man. Everyone wore the hats provided and it was great fun. The absinthe is...More
Not sure I have ever had Absinthe before, but if I have, it wasn't like this. The staff ensure you are set up with the drink and associated water before leaving you to finish completing your drink. Absinthe is like ouzo, although I had one...More