Brussels Nightlife

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  • 1. Other Pubs & Bars

    Great new bar right next to the Bourse. They had lots of different Belgian beers and also a great choice of spirits. I enjoyed their concerts on 2 nights in a row and was well impressed by their...

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  • 2. Dancing

    Chez Johnny I think embodies a bit of the Belgian spirit. It's kitsch, quirky, does not take itself seriously and above all, knows how to have fun. People, if you're looking for cutting edge techno,...

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  • 3. L'Archiduc

    I first visited this bar more than 10 years ago, and the décor was getting old then. It doesn't appear to have been replaced. However, that doesn't detract from the appeal of L'Archiduc. The cocktails...

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  • 4. Sound & Light Show

    The red night district is not really big actually, but it is worthwhile to take a look another mini Amsterdam. By the way, take great care of your pocket and avoid visit this area alone here at night.

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  • 5. Le Cerceuil

    Just off the Grand Place you will find this little curiousity. Rip off for drinks ... but if you drop dead of shock they can always use one of the tables ... they are coffins! Shrouds ... only joking...

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  • 6. Estaminets & Beers

    Caro and Dannie brought us to this place which is a bit out of the old town of Brussels and therefore a favourite of the locals rather than the tourists. It has been attracting the arty communities...

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  • 7. La Mort Subite

    La Mort Subite is a popular bar with tourists. The name means 'sudden death' and is supposed to refer to a dice game played by staff. The speciality is the sharp beer called Gueuze, and they do a few...

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  • 8. Théâtre de Toone

    In the Rue du boucher there is a very small side road (direction Grand Place) named the Schuddeveldgang. If you walk that through you will see a very small alley at your left. Walk it right till the...

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  • 9. Le Fuse

    The fuse is a cool club, which plays techno music. We were there on 05-01-2008, and Trish van Eynde and Sam Ostyn played some nice acid-techno. Before 00:00 it was 5,- after 00:00 it was 10,-. This...

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  • 10. A la Becasse: Hidden gem

    I've only recently discovered a la Becasse, and wish I'd found it sooner. It's tucked away through a tile-lined passage off one of the main tourist streets....

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  • 11. Le Corbeau: A tale of two bars

    Le Corbeau is a schizophrenic venue. During the day, it's an old man's bar, with a few tourists. It's very Belgian, with a good range of beers. Perfectly good...

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  • 12. O'Reilly's: Irish in town.

    O'Reilly's is your classic Irish bar. Standard Irish beers etc. It does burgers and other staples (not good for vegetarians, but there is one main option). It's...

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  • 13. Le Coq: Classic in town

    Le Coq is a classic Belgian bar in the middle of town. It's got the usual mismatched wooden tables and chairs, and it feels very comfortable. Cheap...

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  • 14. Cafe Kafka: Whisky plus

    Kafka is a slightly pretentious (note name) but usually pretty relaxed place. You can get a whisky and a small mixer for €5. Nice way to spend an evening. Don't...

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  • 15. The Hairy Canary: Irish-ish bar

    Yet another Irish bar in the European Quarter. Well, it calls itself an English or Victorian bar, but you'd be hard-pressed to spot the difference. Again,...

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  • 16. The Old Hack: Irish bar, small but friendly.

    It's another European Quarter Irish bar. A good place to get Tayto crisps if you're Irish and homesick. Michael, the very friendly owner, brings you crisps or...

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  • 17. Nightclub L'Intime: Warning - not actually a nightclub!

    Looking for a nightclub in my early days in Brussels, a friend and I stumbled across this place. However, when we were inside we realised our mistake. It's...

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  • 18. La Fontaine: Poshest bar in the area

    It's the poshest place in the area behind the Berlaymont building. That isn't saying much, but it's a lot more polished inside then anywhere else nearby. The...

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  • 19. The James Joyce: Irish bar

    One of the cluster of Irish bars in the European Quarter. Nothing wrong, nothing very right. Has a darts team. A few screens for sports. For food, the bar...

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  • 20. Tiago's: Unduly busy Portuguese bar

    The owner of this bar thinks it's a lot cooler than it really is. It's a Portuguese place, with a rather good house white. The decor is... tacky. Lots of flat...

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  • 21. The Old Oak: Irish bar. Smelly.

    Irish bar. You can probably fill in the rest. It's acceptable, selling the normal range of beers, and pub-style food, but very limited vegetarian options. Main...

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  • 22. Fat Boy’s: Good for sports

    Pretty standard sports bar. Lots of screens showing British and European sports channels, plus some US sports too. Usual range of beers for this type of bar,...

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  • 23. Funky Monkey: Popular with Irish diplomats

    One of a few Irish bars in the European Quarter, the Funky Monkey is probably the best. It's pretty standard, but has a lot of good screens to watch live...

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  • 24. Celtica: Irish bar, then 'nightclub'

    During the day, Celtica is an Irish bar with nothing out of the ordinary - Irish, British and Belgian beers. Live sports on the TV.However, that changes at...

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  • 25. Delerium: Spoilt for choice

    Delerium is a bit of an institution. Near the Grand Place and just off the (horrible) Rue des Bouchers - where waiters try to beckon you in to their overpriced,...

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  • Dec 16, 2013 at 2:15 PM

    Any body here?

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      Dec 16, 2013 at 11:29 PM

      I'm not sure what you mean...there are lots of VT members in Brussels and lots of VT members online all the time. But if you want to ask a question about Brussels I suggest you do so on the VT Brussels travel forum. Far, far more people will see it there than at the bottom of this travel guide page.

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