For an evening of gambling, head to Le Casino Barrière, 2 chaussée du Sillon (; tel. 02-99-40-64-00). You can also order dinner, sometimes accompanied by live music. You must present your passport.

For dancing, consider L’Escalier, La Buzardière (; tel. 02-99-81-65-56), open Thursday to Saturday midnight to 7am. The cover doesn’t exceed 14€. You’ll need wheels, as the club is in the countryside 5km (3 miles) east of town. It does have a free shuttle, however; for information and reservations call 06-85-31-27-64. Le 109, 3 rue des Cordiers (; tel. 02-99-56-81-09), is a futuristic bar and dance club in a 300-plus-year-old vaulted cellar. It isn’t as fashionable as L’Escalier, but is accessible without a car. It’s open Tuesday to Sunday 8pm to 3am; the price of your first drink (10€–12€) is considered the cover charge.

Popular pubs include L’Aviso, 12 rue du Point du Jour (; tel. 07-68-15-01-07), offering 300 types of beer and Breton beer on tap, and Pub Saint Patrick, 24 rue Sainte-Barbe ([tel] 02-99-56-66-90), serving 50 different Irish whiskeys, along with Breton beer. Concerts are regularly scheduled at the latter.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.