Café culture

Fancy…trying Brittany's café culture?

“Yec'hed mat !” No, the king’s not dead and you haven’t just lost at chess again. In Brittany, that’s what traditional Bretons say when they raise a glass. Cheers! And if your thirst for Brittany still isn’t quenched, get a taste of the region’s spiritual offerings: ‘Blanche Hermine’,  ‘Bonnets Rouges’, ‘Coreff’, ‘Duchesse Anne’, ‘Morgane’, ‘Telenn Du’… Bretons brew beers as varied as the conversations you’ll hear in some of these sacred haunts, home to Breton social life. And if you’re driving, try the ‘Breizh’ (Breton) cola, Brittany’s David to the Goliaths of the ‘American Empire’. See you soon then, and we’ll knock back a glass or two of the local chouchen... When in Brittany, forget the Romans!

  • Le Café des Bricoles

    Somewhere between a tavern and a traditional bistrot, the ‘Café des Bricoles’ uses everything it has to hand to make life more colourful. Treat your tastebuds and your ears at the ‘Quai de la Prévalaye’, because you’re worth it...

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  • Taverne du Roi Morvan

    A world of musical treasures awaits you at Le Roi Morvan, where Breton music brings people together around delicious traditional food.

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  • Paddy O'Dowd's

    Paddy O’Dowd’s in Vannes is a great place to unwind! Share the luck of the Irish with draught beers, a warm Irish welcome and a great atmosphere.

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  • Ceili Pub

    The Ceili Pub (pronounced Kelli) has got its act so down to a T that you almost feel as though you were in a show. Beers dance along the bar and musicians jig away in a truly musical atmosphere.

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