Welcome to Geneva

The Geneva Montreux Jazz Café, located in the Arrivals Hall of the airport, was the very first to open its doors in June 2008. It was fully renovated in April 2016 and welcomes you in an even more elegant setting.
A product of one of Festival founder Claude Nobs’ innumerable creative bursts, this Café has always been all about music and fine dining based on fresh market produce. Featuring creative cuisine, it grabs you right away whether you are in a hurry or simply waiting for a friend’s flight to arrive. While you spend a little time in this unique space, the Montreux Jazz Café immerses you in the atmosphere and history of one of the largest international events in Switzerland.
Since May 2016, you now have the chance to start your journey with a musical break, a coffee or a meal on the go in the second Montreux Jazz Café in Geneva airport, which will welcome you after the security check.

Menu du jour

Monday, November 19th

Butternut squash ravioli, sautéed mushrooms and arugula leaves ravioli

Tuesday, November 20th

Roasted scallop steaks with basil, polenta tian with grilled vegetables

Wednesday, November 21st

Figs lamb tajine, brown bulgur with dried fruits

Thursday, November 22nd

Poultry saltimbocca, sage juice, potatoes and tagliatelle vegetables

Friday, November 23rd

Soy marinated tuna, purple shiso, cucumber and edamame poke bowl

Full menu Montreux Jazz Café Airside

BB Cheeseburger

Delicious and generous, it owes its name to the great legend of the blues. The BB cheeseburger is from now on a classic on the menu of Montreux Jazz Cafés.


Montreux Jazz Café Geneva

Route de l’Aéroport 9, CP 163
Switzerland - 1215 Geneva
+41 22 817 46 40

Open every day from 7:00am to 10:00pm
Open every day from 5:00am until the last flight



Next concert

22.11 in Geneva

The band is the result of an improbable meeting between a law professor at the university, Xavier Oberson, and a writer, Joel Dicker, at a concert at the Montreux Jazz Festival. On this occasion, these two personalities discovered a common passion for music and, in particular, the Latin rock of the 70s. They decided to found a new group, Latinwood, which brings together both professional musicians and enthusiasts to revive in a modern way this style which has generated mythical groups like Malo or Santana.

Next concert

29.11 in Geneva

This fruity band marks the delightful meeting of guitarist-singer Manu Araoz and saxophonist Françoise von Arx, who will perform hits from the American Song Booket jazz & bossa nova standards. Wonderfully accompanied by Claude-Alain Burnand on piano, Cédric Gysler on bass and Wolfgang da Costa on drums, they promise a felted and divinely jazzy night!