There is a huge range of restaurants from pizzerias to traditional Savoyard. Matafan (Belle-Plagne) located in the centre of resort, serves traditional Savoyarde food and is highly recommended for grilled meats. Serving a combination of speciality fish dishes as well as Savoyard made from locally sourced ingredients, La Ferme (Plagne Bellecote) is a small, cosy restaurant decorated in typical Alpine chalet style, based in the Galerie Commercial. One of the oldest restaurants in La Plagne, Le Refuge (Plagne-Centre) has great ambiance and plenty of character in a rustic setting. For excellent pizzas and steaks, Loup Blanc is one of the most popular place in the resort.
Depending on what area of the resort you are staying in the night life is differs. If you are looking to go out to the bars in the evening Belle Plagne and Plagne Centre are the liveliest in the evenings. La Tete Inn (Belle-Plagne), a bar with traditionally alpine decor (the building dates back to 1830) plays live music every day from 5-7pm, with a happy hour and Belgian beer. If you are looking for a lively apres scene, The Mouth (Plagne-Centre) is an underground bar that shows live sports on the big screens and is popular after the lifts close. Located in the heart of Plagne 1800, La Mine Bar is a great spot for apres with family and friends featuring live bands and a large outdoor terrace with great views of the surrounding mountains. For those looking for to stay out late the bar and nightclub Saloon in Belle-Plagne has live DJs who play until 5am!
The slightly gentler gradient of La Plagne in comparison to some other resorts means that there are numerous trails that can be walked during the season offering beautiful scenery. Non skiers are able to access the mountain restaurants with relative ease and are therefore able to meet up with skiers at lunchtime. The Olympic bobsleigh is a good evening activity and you can go in the real four man bob or else the cheaper option is to go in a special driverless taxi raft.