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Brussels by night

Brussels, the city to celebrate!

Want to go out, have a drink? From cocktail bars to offbeat concepts… There is no shortage of places to go out in Brussels, we will take you there! 


Notice to fans of surrealist atmosphere. You plunge into another century. The drinks served are real elixirs that you can enjoy with your eyes closed. The English pharmacy, Coudenberg 66, 1000 Brussels.


In this recently opened cocktail bar, you can enjoy well-balanced juices (surprising combinations and quality products). Here the imagination has no limits when it comes to containers, your drinks are served in a tree trunk pot, in an owl, under a plant or accompanied by a fruity bow tie… LIB, Rue Antoine Dansaert 161, 1000 Brussels


After Vienna, Budapest, Paris or London, Brussels has also had its cat bar for a few years. In this Asian-inspired coffee, we have a drink with the cats…  Coming from a shelter, all the cats are sterilized, vaccinated and waiting for you for adoption! Le New Chattouille, Rue Tasson-Snel 11, 1060 Saint-Gilles


In recent years, gin has been coming back in force and Green Lab has understood this well. Here, spirits are king. You can choose from more than 200 varieties! Psychedelic green light and chic industrial decoration. Green Lab, Avenue Louise 520, 1000 Brussels.


The Spirito is a bar, a restaurant and a club but we come above all for the architecture. Former desecrated Anglican church. Spirito, Rue de Stassart 18, 1050 Ixelles

And for beer lovers here are some good addresses:

Delirium Café (Impasse de la Fidélité 4, Brussels)

Space on 3 floors, the walls and ceilings are covered with objects related to beer.  The Délirium Café offers you more than 2,000 types of beer. This bar is a must for beer lovers.

Le Cirio (Rue Jules Van Praet 35, Brussels)

Opened in 1886 by Francesco Cirio, this fine brewery is one of the most famous in Brussels. The place looks like a traditional coffee shop. It welcomes a varied audience of businessmen, elegant pensioners and tourists. The bar offers a wide selection of Belgian beers.  The house’s drink is called “Moitié en”, a cocktail composed of white wine and champagne.

A La Mort Sudite (Rue Montagne aux Herbes Potagères 7, Brussels)

La Mort Sudite is a must-see bar in Brussels, open since 1927. It still has its period decoration. “Sudden Death” is a dice game, played by the customers of the old bar.

King of the Belgians (Rue Jules Van Praet 35, Brussels)

If you like to dance or have a drink in the Centre of Brussels, the ROI of Belgians is one of the most popular coffee shops. It is open all day. The place is lively and the drinks are at reasonable prices.

Goupil le Fol (Rue de la Violette 22, Brussels)

Le Goupil le Fol is a labyrinthine space, composed of many rooms and decorated with a pile of objects, posters and old records at 45 RPM. The place is famous for its aromatic wines.

The King of Spain (Grand-Place 1, Brussels)

Located in a historic building dating back to 1697, Le Roy d’Espagne is located on the Grand Place in Brussels. You are served great Belgian beers.

L’Archiduc (Rue Antoine Dansaert 6, Brussels)

The Archduke Bar is an art deco style bar dedicated to jazz music lovers. In addition to music, the bar is also appreciated for its excellent wines and cocktails.

La Fleur en Papier Doré (Rue des Alexiens 55, Brussels)

One of the few traditional pubs in Brussels.  Many surrealists like René Magritte came there too.

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