Après Ski in Méribel
To many people, après-ski is as important as the skiing itself! Meriski guests certainly won’t be disappointed: there are a number of Méribel restaurants and bars to visit during your stay, each offering something different.
Meriski provides a comprehensive list of bars, restaurants and cafés in your chalet and you will find our staff happy to recommend places to suit your budget. We can also book restaurants before or during your stay.
If you’re staying in one of our catered chalets, our driver service operates until 10pm everyday and will pick you up from anywhere in Méribel, including Méribel Village. Otherwise, there are plenty of reliable taxis to return you to your accommodation.
Try Le Poste for cocktails, Colin’s favourite La Maison for tea, aperitifs or a tasty nibble with Gérard & Brigitte, Le Saint Amour for a glass of wine, Barometer for a cold beer and, of course, O’Sullivans (formerly Dick's Tea Bar) if you feel like a late night drink.
Many people end a hard day on the slopes up at La Folie Douce and then head down on skis to Le Rond Point de Pistes, where a much larger terrace has been added, creating even more of an atmosphere. Live bands of a very high standard play in many venues in the resort, enhancing the Méribel nightlife.
There is a superb choice of Méribel restaurants to suit all budgets. For those looking to sample the delights of some classic French dishes, we highly recommend Le Cèpe, the “old faithful” Chez Kiki, Le Bistrot de L’Orée at Rond Point, Aux Petit Oignons and Colin’s new favourite La Cantine d’Alvar run by the charismatic Nicolas Falcoz. Excellent Hotel Restaurants are to be found, including L’Ekrin (Méribel’s only one Michelin star restaurant in the 5* Hotel Le Kaïla), La Marie Blanche, Le Grand Coeur and the Allodis. Alex offers you a very warm welcome at Le Plantin, on the road from Méribel-Village to La Tania. Le Martagon at Le Raffort is another excellent Savoyard favourite.