Café des Éclusiers
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Lonely Planet review
This Old Port summertime staple is open from May to September only. Always crowded, it has a restaurant, bar, lounge, sprawling outdoor terrace and beach club of sorts. Although the scene can be a bit much, the after-work crowd adores the lounge, house music DJs and elaborate cocktails.