Monday, April 15, 2013

Pulp Fiction Saloon

The French Riviera has some of the most eclectic mixes of gay and gay-friendly venues to choose from, rather than the generic "sure thing" brand business owners tend to lean towards these days in hopes to ensure more bang for their buck, in a city such as Nice it seems you can always see a reflection of the individual in what their business represents and serves.

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A fine example of that would be the Pulp Fiction Saloon situated at: 7 rue Emmanuel Philibert in “le petit Marais”, otherwise known as the gay district of Nice close to Place Garibaldi.




You can feel the rock n’roll vibe as you approach Pulp Fiction, at first you don’t know if it’s going to be some kind of hard ass biker type bar inside but as you get closer you notice that yes, the d├ęcor is strong and masculine but the place is certainly inviting and comfortable.


And you’ll also see right away that the owner and staff have a very cool vibe going on with the hair, tattoos and jewelry, yet any attitude you might be expecting is dropped and they are more than ready to help you with whatever you would like and it’s all done with a smile.


Having opened in December of 2011, Pulp Fiction attracts a fab array of patrons; you could describe some them as being very rockabilly chic in the way they look and then there is also a dash of hipsters thrown in the mix and for the most part, on the side of gay.



You never know what to expect when you come to Pulp Fiction, some nights it can be somber and lounge-like as you sip on your choice of a reasonably priced drink, and other times, especially when there is an event going on, it can get very lively to the point that all the patrons inside spill to the outside area which then makes it feel like a big street party is happening.


Pulp Fiction Saloon is the kind of gay-friendly establishment where you can stop by to meet up with friends on the way to a dinner party or you could also choose to make a night of it.  Be sure to check it out.

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