Bars in Brussels

Bars in Brussels

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Zebra Bar

Zebra bar is for sure one of the best bars in Brussels. It might be no real insider’s tip but it’s a must for every city trip to Brussels. The terrace is perfect for people watching and inside you get live music twice a week. Every day from 9pm to 22pm they have Happy Hour, when you’ll get two cocktails for the price of one! You also have to try the self-made smoothies! Around Zebra Bar you’ll find many other bars you can sneak in if Zebra Bar should be too crowded.

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Moeder Lambic

If you love beer Moeder Lambic is the perfect place for you. Moeder Lambic you’ll find two times in Brussels. One in the city centre and one in the hipster neighborhood of Saint Gilles. They say here you can find the best beer selection in whole Brussels if not in whole Belgium. Beer is the answer here for everything. Besides this the atmosphere is really cozy and for sure you can also order other stuff here. If you’re with a big group the one at Place Fontainasplein is better for you as it has more space.

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ViaVia BXL Travellers Café

You can find ViaVia Travellers Cafés worldwide, a perfect place for travellers to find other travellers and talk about tips and all things travel-related. Every now and then there are jam-sessions  happening here. There’s also a huge amount of board games for a cozy evening with friends. Right next to it you’ll find „Micro Marché“ where young Belgian designers sell their work and right across the corner there’s the „USE-IT“ tourist info for young travellers where you’ll get free city maps for Brussels!

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Visiting Brussels soon?

Visiting Brussels soon?

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