{french cafés} Café Clemenceau | Antibes

Café Clemenceau was one of the first cafés I visited in old town Antibes… It caught my eye with its quintessentially French style: round marble-esque tables, wicker chairs and outdoor seating in a small plaza. The mod-print menus were clean and crisp in black and white. I opted for the classic formule of a croissant, coffee, and orange juice, all for less than 5 euros.

Antibes, Cafe Clemenceau

Antibes, Cafe Clemenceau
Antibes, Cafe Clemenceau

Café Clemenceau
24 Rue Georges Clemenceau
06600 Antibes, France

August 29, 2016

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