Looking for a friendly place to enjoy a good coffee in Bordeaux? Café du Port is the place to be!
Located on the banks of the Garonne River, Café du Port offers a breathtaking view of the city’s harbor. Come visit us at Café du Port and let us show you why we are one of the most popular cafés in Bordeaux!
Fancy a lunch or dinner on the banks of the Garonne? The Café du Port offers refined traditional cuisine in this former boathouse transformed into a restaurant in the late 90s.
From the terrace on the waterfront to the interior of the restaurant, you can enjoy an exceptional view of the Pont de Pierre, the Flèche Saint Michel, and the quays of Bordeaux, accentuated in the evening during a beautiful sunset.
Open 7 days a week – Free valet parking for lunch and dinner.
Adresse et contact :
1 quai Deschamps
05 56 77 81 18
Facebook : @lecafeduport
Site Web : www.lecafeduport.com
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