Restaurants & Bars
Fancy Gratin Dauphinois or a traditional fondue? Perhaps a tartiflette, raclette, pizza... or just a nice cold beer? Try some of the wonderful truly local dishes. Being a village rather than a large resort, the restaurants are small, charming and rarely full, giving you all the benefits of attentive service along with good fresh food freshly prepared.
There are also some great little bars. They provide a chance to mingle with some of the village characters in very relaxed atmospheres.
Vaujany is such a quaint beautiful village however, with a new bar recently opened it also has a lively atmosphere. We saw two bands during the week!
Edd Orman, Chalet Lucette, 2018
La Grotte de Yeti
This BRAND new bar for season 18/19 is in the same in the same location as the previously run Swallow Bar, an amazing apres bar and club for late night soiree's. The bar is a franchise which has bars in Les Deux Alps, Saint Sorlin, Longchamps, Risoul. Prepare for live bands, drinks offers and great music in general!
Le Scratch Bar
The new venue from last season 17/18 with fantastic ambience. A converted farm building with vaulted ceilings which has been specifically built to host soiree's and music nights. You can expect to meet all the locals here.
Stiefs Bar Resto
06 81 58 57 35 - www.stiefs-steakhouse.com
Stief’s Bar and Resto is a sort of Hard Rock style menu serveing an array of gourmet burgers and steaks and pasta options as well as delicious Belgian beers – try the Triple Karmeliet.
It is the regular hangout for most seasonaires and tourists alike and will have you drinking until 02:00 whilst innevitably making new friends.
Le Table de la Fare
04 76 80 82 40
Arsen's Sports Bar Cafe
Friendly and lively bar with 3 large screen TV’s where live sport is shown all day long. Arsen is a great character and always keen to hear how your day has been, often over a bowl full of nuts.
It is in the perfect location for Apres as it is only a stones throw away from the lift station so you can comfortably stay in your ski boots to get there.
04 76 80 77 11 - www.restaurant-laremise.com
Fantastic made-on-the-spot crepes. Not much more than a shed in the middle of the village in someone’s backyard, but never judge a book by its cover – the nutella crepes are simply irresistible!
Especially good for non-skiers at lunchtime. Chez Bibi offers a different plat du jour every day. For Ski Peak guests in the Oisans apartments, they can provide a platter of the traditional charcuterie and cheese – every apartment has its own raclette set – so light the fire, get that cheese melting and bon apetit tout le monde!
La Mi Do Re
04 76 11 11 93
A wonderful sun trap during the day and a brilliant place in the evenings if you are watching an ice hockey match or having a crack at bowling
This is owned and run by the commune. You can expect the old guard here playing cards and eating peanuts.