Liège Nightlife

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    Cinéma Sauvenière (Les Grignoux): Cinema

    by pieter_jan_v Written Apr 9, 2016

    Cinéma Sauvenière (Les Grignoux) is a modern cinema.

    There are four big halls with 35mm, 16mm, Dolby SR (D) and Digital DTS projection equipment.

    The latest movies and blockbuster films are shown here.

    Address: Pl. Xavier-Neujean 12 - 4000 Liège

    Directions: 1 block North West of the Opera building.
    4 blocks North of the Cathedral.

    Phone: +32-4-2222778

    Website: http://www.grignoux.be/

    Cin��ma Sauveni��re (Les Grignoux) - Li��ge
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    Le Forum de Liège: Theater and more

    by pieter_jan_v Written Apr 7, 2016

    Le Forum de Liège is a theater where shows, musicals and concerts are held.

    The business dates from 1922 when the Art Deco style building was opened and started as a cinema.

    So, for a night out in old style go to the Forum.

    Address: Rue Pont d'Avroy 14 - 4000 Liège

    Directions: i block from the Cathedral.

    Phone: +32-4-2231818

    Website: http://www.leforum.be/

    Le Forum de Li��ge The Chippendales at the Forum
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    Husa de la Couronne Bar: Well, A Freebie Beer's A Beer!

    by johngayton Updated Oct 22, 2015

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    It's a very rare day that I'll have a drink at the bar in the hotel that I'm staying but I do make exceptions if, for instance; I just fancy a little nightcap late at night, or maybe when the hotel actually has a proper public bar with a good local trade. I'll also make the exception when the beer is a freebie.

    Here at the Husa de la Couronne, where I had a very pleasant two night stay, they have a "green initiative" whereby if you don't need your room serviced you get a voucher for 6 euros per day to spend in their bar. Obviously this isn't purely "green" since it saves the hotel the cost of cleaning the room and replacing towels etc. but 6 euros is 6 euros and so why not?

    Then I remembered why I rarely drink in hotel bars.

    The bar here is quite plushly trendy and the outside courtyard comes complete with ashtrays on the tables. Service is from the receptionist and so if she's busy with a customer checking in you have to wait - but that's not a major problem. The beer however would have cost me 5.50 euros had I had to pay for it - compared to the 2 euros next door, complete with nibbles, from Rouge Bord and as the only person in the bar, the receptionist having returned to the desk, it was kinda lacking in ambience.

    But Hey! Ho! A freebie's a freebie an' aw that and it's open 24/7.

    Address: Place des Guillemins 11

    Directions: Immediately opposite the main entrance to the railway station.

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    Rouge Bord: Cheap Beer And Freebie Nibbles!

    by johngayton Written Oct 21, 2015

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    When I arrived back in Liege on the Monday afternoon following the Aachen Euromeet 2015 weekend I was a bit too early to check-in to my hotel, but only by about half an hour or so. Well, what's a guy to do?

    The hotel was happy enough to let me drop my bag off and there just happened to be a trio of little bars on the same block, opposite the Guillemins Railway Station. Being mid-afternoon none of them were doing much trade and so I randomly selected the one in the middle, Rouge Bord.

    No sooner had my beer arrived when the heavens unexpectedly opened up. One minute it had been shirtsleeves sunny, next perpendicularly pouring. The landlord rushed out and began unreeling the terrace canopy. I gave him a hand to pull the tables and chairs under it, having moved my own as he was doing the awning, and between us we had everything sheltered within a minute or so.

    He thanked me effusively and offered me another beer, on the house. Needless to say I didn't refuse.

    So Rouge Bord became my local for the two nights of my stay. Unfortunately my French isn't good enough for proper conversation but on each subsequent occasion I dropped by, usually just for a nightcap (or two) and once for another afternoon quickie, we shot the bull and every beer, at only 2 euros, came with a little nibble - sometimes the little dish of nuts, othertimes cubed cheese, accompanied by celery salt.

    OK on a Monday and Tuesday the place was never heaving but always a friendly welcome, laid-back atmosphere and the couple of regulars always bade me bon nuit. The bar itself is "almost" trendy whilst the terrace is ideal for watching the world go by and the landlord, whose name I've now forgotten, assures me that weekends can be quite lively.

    Address: Place des Guillemins 15

    Directions: Immediately opposite the main entrance to the railway station.

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    Au jardin des olivettes: Where Brel and Aznavour are still alive

    by benschattenberg Updated Jul 6, 2004

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    In the eldest part of the old city in Liège, you can find this beautiful old-fashioned Café-Chantant in an ancient house. Here does everybody sing the song of his old french chanson hero. Here the 1950s are not over yet. This is Europe like it was in the old days.
    It is not a karaoke bar. If you want to sing, there is a pianist (big moustache, black suspenders) playing the music for you.
    It is open till very late and you can drink of course good Belgian beer.

    Dress Code: Be dressed.

    Address: Rue Pied du Pont des Arches 6

    Directions: Near the Pont des Arches

    Phone: +32(0)42 21 12 51

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    Maison du Peket: Not for beerlovers

    by benschattenberg Written Jul 6, 2004

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    If you want to taste Belgium, but you are not a beer drinker, or you want something else for a drink, la Maison du Peket is a paradise.
    Situated near the Place Saint Lambert, it is in the heart of the old city of Liège.
    You can get beer, but only to accompagny them with the 'peket' , a local liquor which is like a dutch 'jenever'or a german 'schnapps'. They have them in all kinds.
    I liked the Peket Charlemagne the most, my girlfriend digged the Peket Framboise.

    Address: Rue de l'Epée 4

    Directions: Right after the city hall of Liege

    Phone: +32(0)4.250.67.83

    Website: http://www.maisondupeket.be

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    The entire downtown area. Its...

    by larsy Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    The entire downtown area. Its what Burbon street in New Orleans should be. Clean with tons of bars with every type of Beer known to man and polite well dressed people. I dont know why it not famous.

    Dress Code: Every on was dressed well

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    Pot au lait, one of the...

    by ainhoaflies Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Pot au lait, one of the coolest bars in Liege, people all the time, from 2pm until 2am, CYBERCAFE also!
    Great decoration,crazy, strange...GREAT!



    www.potaulait.be


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    You MUST go to the 'CARRE'....

    by Nard Written Aug 24, 2002

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    You MUST go to the 'CARRE'. This is the funny place in the world to pass a good night. Bars everywhere open 24h/24. A lot of students. Really magic.
    It's fun and not expensive. 50 Bef for a beer (around 1.2 Euro)

    Directions: It's a squarre near the catherdrale

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