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Marseille Nightlife

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Le Funiculaire
 Intellectual imbibers occupy this sparky little wine bar complete with bookshop, exhibition space and intimate stage ideal for acoustic strummers. Walls are regularly redecorated by local artists who help create a laid-back and bohemian atmosphere. Join them at the bar to knock back local wines at affordable prices.  

Address: 17 Rue Poggioli | Telephone: +33 4 91377798 |

Le Repaire de la Poissonnerie
With its marine-hued walls and faded ceramic tiles, this drinking hole in the lively quarter of Saint-Victor enjoys a breezy seaside vibe. The upper mezzanine offers comfy sofas perfect for lounging with an aperitif and some zingy seafood small plates or a dozen-or-so oysters.

Address: 1 Rue d'Endoume | Telephone: 06 09 52 99 33 |

Le Directoire
Set among antiques boutiques, this petite wine bar is just as chic as its surroundings; no wonder it's the new place to be seen at weekends when the young and fun spill out onto a sun-soaked terrace. Arrive early to work though the wine list, best washed down with a few plates of tapas. 

Address: 44 Rue Edmond Rostand | Telephone: 04 96 10 39 48 |

Clubbing

Razzle
 Rock the night away aboard a multi-coloured lightship, newly refurbished to open as an exuberant club and floating cultural venue. Moored along Marseille's Plage de l'Estaque, a taxi ride out of town, its party-hard credentials include a capacious concert space, beat-busting dancefloor and a heated terrace inviting alfresco sundowners backdropped by deep blue. 

Address: 175 Plage de l'Estaque | Telephone: |

Bar Pelle Mele
Stone walls, leather booths, and jazz bouncing off the walls: Le Pelle Mele has you covered. Be wary though, ten minutes inside and you'll be wearing a beret and arguing about Sartre with a stranger.

Address: 8 Place aux Huiles | Telephone: (0) 4 9154852 |

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