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  • Brouwerij Bourgogne des Flandres
  • Bourgogne des Flandres is an historic beer; brewed in a new microbrewery in the heart of Bruges. ‘The genuine taste of Bruges’ can be experienced with a visit to the brewery, which has a museum, café and restaurant.
  • Address:
    • Kartuizerinnenstraat 6
    • 8000
    • Brugge
  •  Email Website Telephone+32 (0) 50 33 54 26 Facebook Instagram
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  • Café OPCD
  • OPCD is a Belgian beer café in Ardooie, just outside Bruges. It offers over 200 different Belgian beers, food+beer tastings and traditional Belgian-café games.
  • Address:
    • Stationsstraat 4
    • 8850
    • Ardooie
    • Belgium
  •  Email Website Telephone+32 (0) 476 90 70 75 Facebook
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  • Wine Bar Est
  • Enjoy the live music on Sunday nights at Est Wine Bar, who, in addition to an excellent wine menu, can serve you up some great tapas – or their specialty, raclette.
  • Address:
    • Braambergstraat 7
    • 8000
    • Brugge
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 50 33 38 39
  • Nocturne Bar
  • Go down these stairs & you'll walk into one Bruges' oldest cellars, transformed into a beautiful bar where you can enjoy a drink and regular live music performances.
  • Address:
    • Wollestraat 29d
    • 8000
    • Bruges
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 486 79 02 16
  • Charlie Rockets
  • A café with a difference, Charlie Rockets has a youth hostel upstairs & is known for its vibrant cultural mix – as well as its regular live music performances.
  • Address:
    • Hoogstraat 19
    • 8000
    • Brugge
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 50 33 06 60
  • Café Pick
  • A brasserie by day – serving baguettes & paninis – at night Café Pick is transformed into a throbbing night club, with a DJ hitting the turntables til late.
  • Address:
    • Eiermarkt 12
    • 8000
    • Bruges
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 476 41 09 90
  • Staminee De Garre
  • Tucked out of the away, this pub may need some effort to find – but it's definitely worth it. Its great range of beers includes 'De Garre Tripel' – a definite 'must swig'.
  • Address:
    • De Garre 1
    • 8000
    • Bruges
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 50 34 10 29
  • 't Poatersgat
  • Café 't Poatersgat is actually holed up in an historic cellar. They serve a range of speciality beers, with a smoking area and free internet. Open everyday from 5pm
  • Address:
    • Vlamingstraat 82
    • 8000
    • Brugge
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  • Café Vlissinghe
  • This café, tucked away in a quiet part of Bruges, is actually one of the oldest in the world – open since 1515. Its interior is pretty impressive, but the garden's pleasant too.
  • Address:
    • Blekersstraat 2
    • 8000
    • Brugge
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 50 34 37 37
  • De Republiek
  • Enjoy a drink, tasty snack or even a hot meal in this lovely Bruges cafe. Their private garden has a lovely sunny terrace. Open from 11am every day.
  • Address:
    • Sint-Jakobsstraat 36
    • 8000
    • Brugge
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 50 34 02 29
  • Rose Red Café
  • Café Rose Red is a heartwarming, beer-café nestled right in the city center, just a stone's throw from the Grote Markt. Best of all, their house speciality is Trappist beer..
  • Address:
    • Cordoeaniersstraat 16
    • 8000
    • Brugge
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 50 33 90 51
  • 't Brugs Beertje
  • 't Brugs Beertje is a pleasant little beer pub in the centre of Bruges. They're well-stocked though, with around 300 different Belgian beers, including 5 on draft.
  • Address:
    • Kemelstraat 5
    • 8000
    • Brugge
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 50 33 96 16

Bruges, Belgium for café lovers! Discover café culture in Bruges with our listings of some of the best cafés to visit, including some must see Bruges 'brown' and specialist beer cafés. Most cafés in Bruges have terraces outside them from Easter to early autumn so, weather permitting, you too can join in one of the most popular Bruges pastimes, watching the world pass by, with your drink of choice of course..

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