For unforgettable evenings away from the yacht deck, delve into these fabulous dining options and delicious sundowners.
For simple Corsican food in an up-scale environment, Chez Edgar in Lavatoggio fits the bill exactly. Popular with the locals, the service and cuisine are exemplary and not to be passed by.
Ferme Auberge de Campo di Monte
For a completely traditional experience, taking a visit to one of Corsica’s many ferme-auberge, farm inns, is an experience to remember. Widely renowned as the best on the island, the Ferme Auberge de Campo di Monte is a 17th century farmhouse near Murato to the north serving home-grown produce in traditional recipes.
Corsican nightlife tends to be food and family-oriented, and as such, the culinary arts are highly esteemed throughout the island, while nightclubs are few and far between.
There are some exceptions for passionate night-crawlers, one of which is Calvi’s Chez Tao. Conceived and decorated in 1935 as a cabaret, this Corsican institution is an opulent piano bar set within the walls of the citadel and peopled with locals and celebrities alike. Tao-by, son of the original owner, plays a nightly mix of French, Corsican and popular melodies to a flamboyant and gregarious mix of enthusiasts.