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Recs for: Juan-les-Pin, Monaco, Monte Carlo, Biot, Villefranche sur Mer, Cannes?

sarahbeths | Mar 19, 201709:06 PM     5

Some family friends are hitting these places in April and I'm the food researcher. They are also going to Nice and Antibes but I think gleaned enough recommendations from here on chow.

They love food but don't think fine dining is what they have in mind, looking for good places with typical cuisine of the area moderate or moderate plus but not $$$$

For Nice I'm recommending to them:

Le Comptoir du Marche
Palmyre
Bar des Oiseaux,
Rossettisserie
Flaveur
Chez Pipo for “socca”
Poséidon
'If you like oysters' L'Ane Rouge
Bistrot d’Antione
High Foodie/ $$$$: JAN

Open on Sundays when a lot of places are closed:
L’Antica
Cafe De Turin
Franchin

Gelato:
**Fenocchio

For Antibes:
Le Figuier de Saint Esprit
Tétou
Bacon
Le Sucrier

Critique my list and/or suggest for their other destinations?
Thanks!

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