What? : Sunset apero
Where? : Voûte Virgo (V/V), Quai de la Tourette, 13002 Marseille, France
When? : Every Wednesday from 3pm to 6pm / From June 27th to September 12th
How Much? : Free entry
Transportation? : M1 Vieux Port or M2 Joliette / Bus 49
More informations? : 06 45 84 82 58
A link? : Click-here

No booking, just chilling. We just come from here and there. To tighten our links or enlarge our circle. To dance if we feel like it and lay down when we're tired.

Every Wednesday, join us On The Steps (“Sur Les Marches”) of La Voûte Virgo, under the Cathedral of La Major, for festive and gourmet aperitifs. Enjoy the last rays of sunshine and every week discover a quality local brewer and a caterer who is intractable on taste. Local wines, cocktails and fresh tapas will also be on the menu.  For memorable aperitifs, real locals, the ones who got adopted by Marseille or on the run visitors, are advised to leave room for the unexpected and improbable!

Little tapas 5€
Charcuterie and cheese platters 12 €
Caterer dishes 7-10€

Local beer 5€
Wine 4€
Cocktail 8€


////////// WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27th ////////////////

It was on their return from India that Elisabeth and Marie decided to open a small café at the bottom of Le Panier dedicated to naan, the famous little wheat bread. They bake and garnish their prepared bread with the best ingredients to offer you wraps with resonances from Marseille (Goudes naan, Notre naan de la garde, Pamel’naan). A Bollywood version street food to lick your fingers!

Created in July 2015 in Marseille, this micro-brewery with a name full of tenderness offers a range of 8 permanent beers (blonde, white, brown, amber, IPA, Ginger, Stout, Porter) but also seasonal or special productions. You can learn how to make them one Saturday a month in this Capelette brewery workshop, a place of production that has also become a convivial tasting area, especially during cocktail-parties. The love for these minottes (“children” in Marseille’s slang) looks good to last more than three years!

M.OAT / Le Coton Club
Culture giver, radio man, journalist, programmer, D. Stéphane Galland aka M.OAT is passionated about the cultures of the Black Atlantic, which he explores in eclectic DJ sets (soul, funk, afro, latin, house , hip hop, caribbean, electro) and stuff with good vibrations. His voice and musical selections echo notably on Radio Grenouille with The Cotton Club, Cave Carli Radio with the mix M/y O/wn A/tlantic T/rip or Worldwide FM, Gilles Peterson’s webradio for which he realizes every two months the show “WW Marseille”.