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New La Folie Douce bar opening in Avoriaz

New La Folie Douce bar opening in Avoriaz

Opening in December 2018, La Folie Douce is launching one of its famous bars and restaurants in Avoriaz! This will be the chains first location in the amazing Portes du Soleil ski area and a fantastic addition to the Avoriaz après scene. The new bar is being built in place of Chez l’Envers restaurant which was demolished in the spring.

There will be après fun from 2 pm till 6:30 pm daily with DJs, singers and performers whatever the weather. The Folie Douce will also include a self-service restaurant La Petite Cuisine open from 11:30 am till 3 pm and the fancy La Frutiere restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner.

La Folie Douce already has bars in Val d’Isere, Meribel-Courchevel, Val Thorens, St Gervais and Alpe d’Huez. The 2018/19 ski season will be an iconic time for the brand as they are also opening the first Folie Douce hotel, located in Chamonix, in December 2018. Read more about the new Folie Douce Chamonix.

Apres at Folie Douce

Apres ski at Folie Douce

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