Après Ski in Morzine
Après-ski in Morzine is very well catered for. Le Dixie Bar on Rue du Bourg is a popular stop with pool tables, games, live rugby and football on the big screens and usually has live music for early evening après-ski entertainment. The Tibetan Café (though also still known under its former name Le Bouddha Café) offers an unusual mix of an Asian spirit with rock & roll tunes - apparently it must work as it's usually busy!
For an après-ski knees-up you can try and get in at Le Crépu. It's small, busy and there's always a good atmosphere. Cheap, strong beer pulls in the crowds early on to Bar Robinson. Le Rhodos is for more chilled out après-ski with relaxing music, free newspapers and comfy sofas - and betting at the PMU counter.
Morzine's après scene has been diversifying in recent years and Bec Jaune is a microbrewery run by two ex-Londoners offering craft beers and ales brewed on-site as well as fresh locally-sourced food ranging from pulled pork buns to vegan superfood burgers.
For something with a bit of class, Hotel Le Samoyède's bar La Taverne has been recently renovated and is a popular choice for après, serving cocktails and apéritifs with tapas from 4pm. The Wine Bar at restaurant La Chaudanne is a chic but cosy vaulted cellar where you can make use of the sommelier's advice and enjoy their selection of wines and nibbles.
If you're determined to make a big night out of it, the ski resort has two nightclubs, L'Opéra and Le Paradis, and both are open until the early hours.