There is usually a show of some kind, then later dancing.
Here the retirees come to dance and the men of WW2 put to shame all men under 65. They really know how to dance and they do it so well.
I had a lovely time dancing and enjoyed watching the skills of another generation. It was great to watch the French retirees
enjoy their life.
Dress Code: Look nice and there will be no problems.
If you get tired of wandering the streets or general sightseeing, there are tons of things to do in Menton. And when the sun is well down, there's a rather grand casino along the seaside near the center of Menton. Perhaps not as grand as the one in Monaco, but we suspect you could loose your money just as fast here as there.
Dress Code: Formal dress
Most of France knows this destination. Here is were you will meet someone to enjoy an evening by the piano bar, watching a show, or dancing.
Dress Code: Look clean and presentable. This is France where being chic is not unknown.
The casino as well as many discotheques and nightclubs attract as well the local French as the Italians from just across the border (Ventimiglia). Therefore it is quite mixed and interesting.
I did not go to the Casino or the disco.
But I am putting it her for all of you should you want to go.