Roberto Cavalli’s New Caffé in St. Tropez

Vacationers to the French Riviera during the summer high season will want to check out St. Tropez’s new hot spot: the Cavalli Caffé. Connected to the Cavalli boutique on Place de La Garonne, the café officially opened at the end of June. The design is striking, with a curved steel bar, terrace seating covered in exotic animal prints, and a 10-year-old wisteria tree smack dab in the center of the space. An all-day dining menu means it’s possible to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Cavalli Caffé. During the aperitif hour, a live DJ spins the soundtrack.

It’s also possible to purchase gourmet gifts like boxes of chocolate, Cavalli Tenuta degli Dei wine and Roberto Cavalli Vodka. As quoted in Vogue, Roberto Cavalli describes his passion for St Tropez: “During the 70s, the queens of timeless beauty and femininity turned this city on the Cote d’Azur into the favorite holiday destination of the international beau-monde of that time, thus representing not only a reference point for fashion, but also for the Italian design worldwide”.

The Roberto Cavalli Group operates Cavalli Caffès in Florence, Kuwait City, Beirut and New Delhi. For more information about St Tropez’s new Cavalli Caffé, visit www.cavallicaffè.com/sainttropez/en/location.

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