Saas-Fee Bars and Nightlife
Popcorn For Snowboarders and Nesti's For Shots
Shots are more common than beers at Nesti's, a fun Saas-Fee bar.
Altitude without attitude.
That's the nightlife in the village of Saas-Fee, a fun and happening ski resort in the Swiss Alps.
The village may be small but the nightlife scene is not; a number of young snowboarders and young-minded skiers make this a rockin' resort that's as much fun off the slopes as on them.
Saas-Fee by Dark – Bars, Clubs & Nightlife
Popping at the famous Popcorn.
The Popcorn is where snowboarders go to shread at night.
The most famous bar in Saas-Fee – and it's known throughout the snowboard world – is Popcorn. It's even got a snowboard shop in the front.
Part dance club and part live music venue it's always popping, like popcorn kernels in the microwave. The crowd is young – late teens to mid-20s – and the place is absolutely radical during the resort's snowboard events, one of which has been the Popcorn Wallride of the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour won in 2008 by Shawn White.
Nestie's Skibar is a let-it-loose pub on the main street in the Village.
For some, the prime party place is Nestie’s Skibar, a fun ski haus where the shot is the king of this mountain. Don't be surprised to be greeted by stumbling patrons upon entrance.
This can easily be explained by the fact that Nesle's niche is selling shots – Long Island Teas, Kamikazes – in shakers for groups to share. And share they do, shaker after shaker. Pretty soon they are singing and dancing as the place takes on a raucous party atmosphere.
Nesti's is not a particuarly large place and it's decor is old-syle ski haus pub, just perfect for the setting and the scene. It's located right on the village's main street.
The decor at Nesti's is like an old ski haus bar.
The Crazy Night in the Metropol hotel is the largest bar in town, a nice place with pool tables. Poison is another nightclub.
Those who want a real challenge of going straight from a bar to the lift can stay all night at Poison. This dark downstairs bar t's open until 6 a.m.!
Sometimes, good nightlife means having beers with good friends.
Some locals prefer to spend their nights getting happy at the Happy Bar or the Living Room in the Dom Hotel. The Living Room is very comfortable with good music (not too hard and too loud) and has a minimum age of 21. But if you want really party, this not the right place.
A good place for a fun pint or two is down the steps across from the busy Popcorn. The Alpen Pub is just that – a pub in the alps. Nothing fancy, nothing high-tech, just a comfortable little bar that's great for conversation. It's a good place to end a great day on the slopes and wrap up a night in the village of Saas-Fee.