Morzine is a busy little town with more bars and restaurants than you'll need. It's difficult to miss restaurants offering typical mountain food or pizzas with L'Etale and Le Clin D'Oeil favoured by many. Finding a higher level of cuisine is harder but Le Chamade is a true gourmet experience and, indeed, most of the good hotel restaurants will serve a little more variety. If you're prepared for a trip out of town, La Chalande at Ardent is excellent and L'Amandier in St Jean D'Aulps worth a trip.
There is unlikely to be any problem in finding somewhere suitable to kick back in your ski boots. Le Dixie is popular with Brits with pool tables, games and live rugby and football. For a real après-ski knees up you can try and get in at Crepescule. It's small, busy, full of Dutch and Swedes and there's a risk that you might not get round to taking off your boots until bedtime. If you're determined to make a big night out of it there are two nightclubs, L'Opera and Le Paradis du Laury's.
Morzine has a large ice rink where you can skate and watch French league hockey matches. Other activities include tobogganing and snowmobiling.
Last Updated: Jan 2010