Un endroit où il fait bon aller savourer un de leurs coktails....allez j'ose: préparé par un des plus beaux serveurs de la ville!
Et le dimanche concert live!
Dress Code: pas de dresscode pour l'Archiduc.
Bon, on est tout de même dans le quartier branché de Bruxelles donc pas d'excès si vous ne voulez pas détonner!
You have to ring the door bell to enter even if it's still late afternoon!
Once inside what an atmosphere. Rather cosy and calm in a jazzy tone, just the right place to end a romantic evening...
Dress Code: No jeans!
The coolest bar in all of Belgium, this classic near the Bourse has to be seen to be believed. Ring a bell on the street and you enter a steel bubble swing door like entering a bank. This spins you out into an art nouveau room with high ceilings, half-moon balcony, pillars to the roof, a piano in the middle and tiny corner bar. Your fellow drinkers are architects, intellectuals and artistic beauties and the bar-staff know their music as well as their martinis, without being pretentious. Anything from trip-hop to country plays until late and you only get your bill when you leave. Famous for jazz sessions too, the owner might tell you about the times Miles Davis used to come in and jam. Definitely worth checking this place out.
Dress Code: No jeans, No trainers
Anything with a bit of style
Behind the blue facade, a nice Art Deco interior with high ceilings and a half-circle balconey. In the middle : a band playing jazz music (Saturday and Sunday at 5 pm). Good atmosphere. Very trendy.
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