It’s the place to be in Saint-Tropez. You can’t go through the town without stopping by the Senequier.
It’s one of the most demanded and famous tables of the port of Saint-Tropez situated across from the yachts and sailboats. The famous tropezian table was made famous by Brigitte Bardot who often ate there during the making of the movie “Et Dieu crea la femme”. The Senequier cafe is known for its bar-brewery-pastry activity, also known for its whit nougat, for 129 years now. Some coffee fraps, liegeois and viennois drinks for your biggest pleasure.
No matter the time of year, it’s a real pleasure to sit at the Senequier’s table with its big red terrace on the port and take advantage of the tropezian landscape. Even the designer house, Chanel, chose this prestigeous place for a fashion show in 2011. If you’re looking for trendy places, come by the Senequier.
For the history of the place, it was created in 1887 by Martin and Marie Senequier (he was a pastry chef in the town of Cogolin and she was a tropezian) who oppened their store Place aux herbes between the Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption and the port. Destroyed during the second world war, then rebuilt during the 50s, the Senequier is now the business Thierry Bourdoncle’s property. No matter who is in charge, the Senequier remains an institution in Saint-Tropez.