Skip the Line: Hard Rock Cafe Nice Including Meal
When you arrive, you'll bypass the waiting list and head straight inside for priority seating. Choose from two different menus – the 2-course Gold or 3-course Diamond (see below) – and then sit back, relax and enjoy your classic American meal while admiring historic rock memorabilia adorning the walls, including a vest worn by Justin Timberlake, the red wire headpiece Rihanna wore in her 'What’s My Name?' music video, a drum kit Guns N’ Roses drummer Matt Sorum played on the 'Use Your Illusions' tour, James Brown’s suit worn on tour in the late ‘70s, and a left-handed 2006 Epiphone Tony Iommi Signature SG guitar played by Black Sabbath guitarist.
After your meal, head to the on-site retail store, the Rock Shop, to purchase some souvenirs, rock ‘n’ roll-inspired items, signature pins and collectible Hard Rock Cafe merchandise -- a great way to commemorate your Hard Rock Cafe Nice experience!
- Priority seating
- 2- or 3-course meal (depending on option selected)
- Soft drink, coffee or tea
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Any additional food, drinks or merchandise
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Child menu (for children under 11) is available for purchase directly from Hard Rock Cafe on the day of your meal
- You may arrive at any time during open hours; simply present your voucher for priority seating
The food was great. The staff were friendly as well. Nice view from the second floor of the restaurant. The view of the Mediterranean Sea . We had ribs. Very tasty and a big portion as well. Will definetly go there whenever I go to Nice.
I basically booked this for our first meal as I was concerned I might not have got a restaurant reservation to eat on our first evening because of our arrival time. I needn't of bothered, there are a loads of places to dine and quite late into the evening. The Hard Rock Café has really had its day in my opinion and there are far better "American Diners" around these days; unfortunately this was just an overpriced standard burger in an area with no atmosphere. My advice is wait till you get to Nice, have a walk through the main streets and compare with the Hard Rock Café then decide where you want to eat. I also got the impression that we were treated as "second class" diners as we had "already paid" and this was going to be a voucher transaction! Viator have so many good things in their portfolio it's a shame to spoil it with this offering. Strangely the Hard Rock Café experience we did in Venice was much better!
Excellent service as always at the HRC and the food was very good. It's not as large as some of the HRC's we've been to and the shop is minuscule but very good nonetheless.