First, a place: Villefranche-sur-mer, its colorful facades, its chapel, so dear to Cocteau and its roadstead, bathed in the legendary sun of the French Riviera. At its feet, the glittering Mediterranean Sea; on the horizon, the peninsula of Saint Jean, which takes shape with majesty.
Then, a kitchen open to the world that invites sharing, dictated by the seasonality of the products. An answer to the desire for transparency and a fight against the standardization of tastes, by offering dishes concocted in our own kitchens. Local and quality products, as an invitation to consume differently and review our environmental approach, by a return to nature and natural materials.
Provocative, DRY echoes by its name the period of alcohol prohibition in the United States during the 1920s but offers an opposed vision with its cocktail bar concept. A space dedicated to the art of mixology that frees itself from codes and morals, but which does not abandon those who disregard liqueurs and other spirits.
Finally, DRY is an undeniably cool yet unpretentious hangout which, at night, gives way to a festive and electric atmosphere. A place where different cultures and horizons meet to have a good time, let go, and love.