Hard Rock Cafe Nice

+33 (0) 4 93 62 71 80
5 Promenade des Anglais, 06000 Nice, France
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 12:00PM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 12:00PM - 12:00AM

Bar Hours:

Sun - Thu 12:00PM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 12:00PM - 12:00AM


Sun - Thu 09:00AM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 09:00AM - 12:00AM

Hard Rock Cafe Nice Memorabilia

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Charlie Parker

Sax Mouthpieces

Charlie “Bird” Parker was among the most influential jazz musicians of all time and he was, without doubt, the greatest alto sax player this universe has ever seen. He set the template for the hip, troubled musician that was co-opted by the Beats in the ’50s and wholeheartedly embraced by generations of rockers. These mouthpieces are from Bird’s alto sax.

Charlie Parker


These are Western Union money orders sent by jazz icon Charlie “Bird” Parker to his wife, Chan, in the 1950s. Bird died just a couple of years after the last of these were sent. He was only 34 years old.

Elvis Presley

Walking Stick

A normal walking stick was far too mundane for the King, so he opted for this incredible “sword cane” instead.



Queen’s wildly talented – and sorely missed – frontman, Freddie Mercury, wore this belt on stage in the early ‘80s.



This classic Rickenbacker 4003 bass was signed by the ultimate rock ‘n’ roll outlaw – Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead. His legendary irreverence is on full display.

Michael Jackson

Wool Fedora

Unquestionably the most important and influential entertainer of the past fifty years, Michael Jackson left a legacy that will never be matched. He wore this wool fedora on stage when performing the song “Smooth Criminal”.

Fleetwood Mac

Cotton Shirt

This humble cotton shirt can be seen on the cover of one of the most successful and beloved albums of all time – Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours. Drummer Mick Fleetwood is wearing it in the iconic cover photo.

Miles Davis

Satin Jacket

From his pioneering work in bebop in the ‘40s through his incendiary fusion groups of the ‘70s, Miles Davis set the standard for virtuosity in the world of jazz. He owned and wore this satin jacket.



When the rock ’n’ roll superheroes of Kiss took the stage in Austin Texas on August 17th, 2000, Paul Stanley used this custom Washburn guitar to whip the crowd into the kind of frenzy only a KISS concert can inspire.


Handwritten Notes

These notes were written by a teenaged Saul Hudson – better known as Slash – when he was a high school senior. In it, he lists some upcoming concerts in the Los Angeles area and makes some technical notes about booking shows and operating band equipment. At the time, he was in a band called “Road Crew”. Less than two years later, he formed Guns N’ Roses.

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