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  • Délices & Caprices
  • Address:
    • The Belgian Beer Tasting shop
    • Rue des Bouchers 68
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 512 14 51
  • Het Goudblommeke in Papier
  • Address:
    • Cellebroerstraat 55
    • 1000
    • Brussel
    • Belgium
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 511 16 59
  • Rits Café
  • At the Rits campus, in the city center of Brussel, you can find the Rits Café – a cultural bar and meeting point for students, with weekly concerts and fun events.
  • Address:
    • A. Dansaertstraat 70
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 526 85 01
  • Delirium Café
  • No self respecting beer lover should miss this place when in Brussels: an enormous selection of 2,500 beers from all over the world. It's enough to make you delirious.
  • Address:
    • Impasse de la Fidélité 4
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 514 44 34
  • Goupil Le Fol
  • Step inside this uniquely set-out underground bar, with its mysterious interior, picture-clad walls, and hidden rooms – a great place to sit & chat with friends.
  • Address:
    • Rue de la Violette 22
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 511 13 96
  • In ’t Spinnekopke
  • Address:
    • Bloemenhofplein 1
    • 1000
    • Brussel
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  • Moeder Lambic Fontainas
  • Address:
    • Fontainasplein 8
    • 1000
    • Brussel
    • Belgium
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  • Le Corbeau
  • Le Corbeau (or Raven) has one of the best beer menus in Brussels. This central café has over 30 bottled Belgian beers, with 8 available on tap, including Krieks and Framboises.
  • Address:
    • Rue Saint-Michel 18
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 219 52 46
  • Le Falstaff
  • Address:
    • Henri Mausstraat 19
    • 1000
    • Brussel
    • Belgium
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  • A L’Imaige Nostre-Dame
  • A L’Imaige Nostre-Dame is almost as old as the capital itself, and is just a few minutes walk from the Grand Place. It has a good range of rare beers and some seasonal specials too.
  • Address:
    • Rue Marche-aux Herbs 8
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 219 42 49
  • A la Mort Subite
  • This wonderful bar has an interior that hasn't changed since the 19th-century. Even better,it is named after the delicious and famous Geuze beer 'Mort Subite'.
  • Address:
    • Warmoesberg 7
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 513 13 18
  • La Porteuse d’Eau
  • Address:
    • Jean Volderslaan 48
    • 1060
    • Brussel
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  • Le Cirio
  • Address:
    • Beursstraat 18
    • 1000
    • Brussel
    • Belgium
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  • A La Bécasse
  • Visiting A La Bécasse is like taking a step back into 19th century Belgium. It is also one of the only places where they serve Lambic on tap – and in stoneware jugs.
  • Address:
    • Taborastraat 11
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 511 00 06
  • L'archiduc
  • Step inside L'archiduc, with its characteristic 1930's décor, and you might just be treated to a performance centred around its beautiful piano.
  • Address:
    • Antoine Dansaertstraat 6
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 512 06 52
  • The Poechenellekelder
  • The Poechenellekelder is a beer-cafe with a long and fine pedigree, covered with hanging marionettes, and well known for having an excellent Belgian beer list.
  • Address:
    • Rue du Chene 5
    • 1000
    • Brussel
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  • Café Bizon
  • At this specialist beer & jenever pub you'll hear weekly live performances, from local & international artists, playing covers, originals & a whole lotta blues
  • Address:
    • Karperbrug 7
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 502 46 99
  • Bebo
  • This dining establishment has beautifully renovated rooms & an elegant terrace. Breakfast, soup of the day & tapas can be ordered, but this is mainly a café ('Bebo' is Spanish for 'I drink').
  • Address:
    • Avenue Stalingradlaan 2
    • 1000
    • Brussel
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 2 514 71 11
  • La Brocante
  • Address:
    • Blaesstraat 170
    • 1000
    • Brussel
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Brussels, Belgium for café lovers! Discover café culture in Brussels with our listings of some of the best cafés to visit, including some must see Brussels 'brown' and specialist beer cafés. Most cafés in Brussels have terraces outside them from Easter to early autumn so, weather permitting, you too can join in one of the most popular Brussels pastimes, watching the world pass by, with your drink of choice of course..

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