November 16, 2023

Our Top Picks for Après-Ski in Courchevel

After a day skiing the slopes in Courchevel, there’s nothing like an evening of food, wine …

By Corinne Van Houten

French Alps



Photo Source: La Folie Douce

After a day skiing the slopes in Courchevel, there’s nothing like an evening of food, wine, and celebrating life with family and friends. The following spots are perfect for partying with old friends and meeting new ones.

La Folie Douce

For a vibrant party scene, be sure to check out La Folie Douce in the nearby Méribel valley. Accessible with a Three Valleys ski or pedestrian pass, this complex offers an outdoor bar/clubbing experience, along with two restaurants. The entertainment includes artists, musicians, acrobats, and dancers, and everyone is welcome to join in the fun.

Photo Source: Le Cap Horn

Le Cap Horn

Le Cap Horn began in 1954 and is the oldest altitude restaurant in Courchevel 1850. A huge outdoor terrace is bathed in sunlight, while inside, the decor is adorned with maritime objects and critters. With an emphasis on seafood and a maritime atmosphere, Le Cap Horn provides a delightful contrast with the wintry snow. A fine wine list is sure to warm up guests after a day on the slopes.

Photo Source: Le Chalet de Pierres

Le Chalet de Pierres

With its architecture and décor inspired by the former Maurienne train station, Le Chalet de Pierres in Courchevel 1850 has preserved its historical charm while providing modern conveniences. Alongside its traditional alpine ambiance, the restaurant offers classic Savoyard cuisine, complemented by a tempting dessert buffet.

La Cantine

A ski-in, ski-out brasserie, La Cantine is in the Forum in the center of Courchevel 1850. With a large sunny terrace, traditional Savoyard winter dishes as well as burgers and fries, La Cantine is an ideal choice for lunch and/or après-ski.

Photo Source: Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice

For delicious wood fired pizzas, ice shots, and heated bar seating, look no further than Fire and Ice. Flaming torches and log-burning fires heat up the atmosphere on the large outdoor terrace in Courchevel 1650, ensuring that there’s warmth even on the most frigid days.


For an elegant après-ski dinner and cocktails, check out Copiña in Courchevel 1650. They offer a wide range of modern Spanish cuisine that pairs perfectly with their inventive cocktails, craft beer, and wine.

Photo Source: Grrizzly Bar

Grrizzly Bar

Located on the Bellecôte slope in Courchevel 1850, Grrizzly Bar at Courcheneige Hotel faces the snowy peaks of the Vanoise National Park and invites guests to enjoy cocktails shared with friends and family in a joyful atmosphere.

However you choose to end your day, you’re sure to enjoy one or all of these spots, each with its own flair and all set in the glorious mountain terrain of Courchevel.

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