An irresistible desire to enjoy a relaxing lunch with colleagues, a drink with friends or a snack with family on these hot summer days? Let yourself be guided to the beautiful shaded terraces of Limoges. Discover and take note of our must-see neighborhoods and their special terrace addresses not to be missed in summer!

Around the Central Halls

At the foot of the Halles

Delighted to enjoy the Place de la Motte and its Central Halls! The more time passes, the more terraces there are, find the two restaurants in Les Halles: Le Olivier's Bistro and Jo Bars, as well as the tables of various stalls. A few steps away, take the time to sip a drink on the terrace of the Captain under the gaze of Renoir depicted in the trompe-l'oeil, or to drink a coffee at the swing cafe on the other side of Les Halles. For lovers of good wines and sunshine, wine, an independent wine merchant, offers you its terrace between Les Halles and Rue de la Boucherie. RDV in the surroundings to discover many other terraces …

In the Butcher's Quarter

Around the charming Saint-Aurélien Chapel – patron saint of butchers – there is a range of establishments in all styles to eat with the delicacy of gastronomy L'Amphitryon, the authenticity of traditional dishes with Small Bellies and the new energy of Local, café-restaurant which favors short circuits. Above all, do not miss the terrace of the bar-café Duke Stephen, which is an essential institution. In winter and for those with a sweet tooth also in summer, take advantage of the terrace of the mountain restaurant Le versant to enjoy a few drinks, traditional dishes and why not mountain specialities.

But also a stone's throw away, on Place de la Bareyrette

One of the must-see spots in the Quartier de la Boucherie remains Place Bareyrette, with its typical half-timbered facades and the beautiful restaurant terrace Idyll which offers a delicious brunch from Wednesday to Sunday.

On the Place des Bancs & rue Haute-Vienne

Often bathed in sunshine, the terraces extend more and more over this small central square in the Upper Town. Between various food shops – cheese dairy, bakery, pastry shop, grocery store … – or other shops, you can't resist the urge to sip a drink or eat a good meal at Place or the family Bistro 1900 and its superb Belle Epoque decor. Continue your way rue Haute-Vienne and discover many other restaurant terraces with a diverse and varied cuisine: Bona Pita, Mojo, Peco, Tucks Brothers ...

Place Saint-Michel & the Courtyard of the Temple

Very picturesque in front of the church of the same name, where you will find the pretty restaurant terraces Chicken'Chick et The Slicer or for a sweet gourmet break on the terrace Flaherty & Co. Walk a few meters through the rue du Temple and discover a calm and authentic place out of sight, the secret Cour du Temple: for a gourmet vegetarian break at Bloom Kitchen or for an afternoon tea at Consulate Tea Room.

District of the city and Edges of Vienne

A stone's throw from the Cathedral, Rue Haute-Cité

In the hollow of medieval arteries, this pedestrian street with the appearance of a small square is bathed in sunshine for the most part during the day and covered with a warm atmosphere in the evening. To eat or have a drink, there is something for all budgets and all moods: with restaurant-bistros such as the Pub The Irishman, the bar At the end of the world, or a gourmet like The Cloister Kitchen. Walk down the street to the popular troquet At Bernard's, place de la Cité and discover many other unmissable terraces…

From Pont Saint-Etienne to Pont Saint-Martial

Accompanied by the charm of edges of vienna make a stop at restaurant The Pont-Saint-Etienne for a delicious lunch then go to the bar-café-tea room Scallop break for a snack or an aperitif, the choice is yours. As a bonus, not so far The Recreation of the Butterflies is the super kids-friendly address! If you are more into the English PUB atmosphere, opt for the Dropkik Bar with its beer menu to quench your thirst, open 7 days a week.

Not forgetting our other terraces

Rue Charles-Michels

Entirely pedestrianized and renowned rue de la Soif by locals for its many outdoor bars and restaurants such as the crêperie Grandma Bigoude, Italian Saint Mark or the very rock Leprechaun and many more to discover.

Place Denis Dussoubs

RDV on this sunny circular square populated by many terraces to quench your thirst but also to nibble: The Glacier, Michard, CRIL Cafe, Barley and Hops… As a bonus, don't hesitate to discover the addresses on rue Montmailler.

Place Fontaine des Barres

A charming place with its facades of some of the oldest houses in the city. Here is the wine bar Bacchus or the restaurant The Chalet and Opera Bistro.

Republic Square

An essential place in the city of Limoges, you will find various terraces where you can sip a drink in the shelter of the sun, such as: the Royal House, scammers, la Apple Cinnamon Brewery but also the restaurant Mr Baron and many others …

Jourdan Square

Between the tourist office and the most beautiful station in France, the square Jordan comes alive to offer you beautiful, charming and friendly terraces. Find there Hemera, a new place to have a drink in summer - but also a very pleasant coworking space and working café all year round - the famous Bistrot Jourdan or the delicious pizzeria Papa Trattore. And don’t hesitate to take a few extra steps to enjoy one of the terraces of Cours Jourdan: the Sloped slab, the pub O'Brien, until Small Counter ...

Think of the SMART LIMOGES PASS for your visits!

3 Passes to choose from to discover favorite must-see places

  • The 24h Pass
  • The pass 48 h
  • The pass 3 days to draw during 2 weeks

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