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STARS’N’BARS was created 20 years ago by Kate Powers and Didier Rubiolo, who saw a need for a family-oriented restaurant in a principality famous for its casinos, Formula 1 races and luxury yachts. They recognized that Monaco, despite its “jet set” reputation was also a normal, ordinary community with working mothers and fathers and their children who wanted interesting, reasonably priced and quality dining outside the home. Originally an old, abandoned warehouse before opening its doors in 1993, STARS’N’BARS is now a three story entertainment complex ideally located on the port of Monaco, offering full professional restaurant and catering services with breathtaking views of the harbour and skyline, easy access and parking.

STARS‘N’BARS offers the best steaks, burgers and American-style service in the principality as well as a diverse choice of other international cuisines including Mexican, Indian and Asian. A favorite among international sports stars and fans alike, the restaurant features one of the largest celebrity sports collections in the world, including an actual F1 racing car donated by two-time world champion Mika Hakkinen, Each May, the restaurant’s terrace serves as the Grand Prix “paddocks” where the greatest Formula 1 drivers in the world and their teams set up headquarters during the four day Monaco racing event.

Plus there’s jerseys from Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan, footballs and uniforms signed by Cantona, Pele and SuperBowl legends as well as rackets, balls and photos given by Nadal, Federer and McEnroe. Monaco is also a favorite destination of international film, tv and rock stars and you can see hundreds of photos of those who have visited the restaurant.

 

Nestled on the port of Monaco, the STARS’N’BARS sports bar and restaurant features international cuisine including kid-friendly menus, supervised children’s playroom and game arcade …..plus televised sports on nearly 2 dozen TV screens, outdoor terrace and an upstairs open-air lounge bar with panoramic view.

The restaurant has hosted a multitude of film, music and sport legends and boasts one of the best celebrity sports museums in the world.

PHOTO CREDITS: edwrightimages, Realis, Annette Anderson and Yohan Almonte

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