Various beers, including the popular house beer for which you have to offer up a shoe as a deposit on a beer tankard, can be savored here. De Dulle Griet attracts a number of avid patrons who congregate here to sample their wide range of drinks. Imbued with rustic nuances in keeping with its Flemish interior, the pub is one of the most popular in the city.
Quatre Mains with its elegant lighting, wooden furnishings and classy ambiance serves one of the best tapas style fare in the city. With a great wine and quick bites menu to complement, this restaurant is known for their quality European cuisine. Steak Tartar, Burrata, Lomo, hot dogs, etc are some of the specialties from their wide menu. They also offer sharing bites and desserts like lava cake and crumble to go with the fare. Their presentation techniques are enticing, and it is an ideal place to go on a romantic dinner.
If you think swigging beer under a ceiling full of roses is surreal, think again. The Cafe Rose Red is as famous for its exclusive Trappist beers, as it is for its decorative use of roses. Deemed as one of the best bars in Bruges to serve beer, this rosy cafe sees a steady trickle of patrons each day, here to sample the famously brewed beer from Trappist breweries all over the world. With its quiet alleyside location that offers comfortable solitude from the touristy cacophony that surrounds the city, this lovely bar has knowledgeable staff that takes you through most of their beer selections. To nosh on, a small menu of bar snacks is available as well.
Feast on spicy Belgian dishes at In't Nieuw Museum in Bruges. They specialize in serving the finest barbecue with premium alcohol. A few items on the menu included are Dagsoep, Spare Ribs, Steak Rundskogel, Picanha and Filet Mignon. Indulge in desserts like Artisanale Chocolademousse and Huisgemaakte Tiramisu. Complement your meals with their wide range of beer types such as Zoet Zuur, Zoet Moutig, Moutig Kruiden, Moutig Bitter, Bitter, XX Bitter, Koffie Zoet, Koffie Bitter, Zuur Koffie, Zuur Kriek, Zuur Ander Fruit and Zuur with other spirits like whiskey, bourbon and tequila.
Herberg Vlissinghe is estimated to be more than 450 years old. The place exudes nuances of history and culture of Bruges. The pub is away from the hustle of the city and hence locals lovingly describe the place where they feel tranquillity. The place has a wonderful, earthy charm to it. It is a great place to enjoy local food and some of the best locally brewed beers. Omer happens to be their famous beer. The place also sells souvenirs such as beer glasses and postcards. It is closed on Mondays and Tuesday. The place does not accept credit cards.It is a must visit when in the city.
Please the oenophile in you as you enjoy a glass of wine at Cuvee. This wine bar is known for its fine quality, organic wines, sans any form of artificial flavors. The wines are served with a charcuterie platter and premium cheeses. The wines are on rotation always so, each time you go here, there is a new wine menu to enjoy. Loyal patrons swear by their prompt service and knowledgeable staff. The decor is warm, simple and casual.
Its location near the serene Groenerei Canal is just one of the highs of visiting Opus Latino. Tucked away in Breidelstraat, away from the bustle, this Italian restaurant and cocktail bar serves excellent value-for-money meals, alongside heady drinks. Find a veritable assortment of pizzas, pastas, tapas and delicious cocktails to complement it all. The open patio seating is a fine way to watch the city go by, with nothing but the calm waters of the canal to keep company.
Delaney's Irish Pub is one of the best Irish pubs and sports bars in town. Catch the latest in sports on their television screens. They showcase all the big time matches of football or soccer, rugby, golf, Formula 1 and tennis. Enjoy craft and draft brews as well as other alcoholic beverages with Irish classics along with friends and family at this cozy yet lively place.
Joey's Cafe is a rather confounding name for a dive bar. A bit off-touristy, this friendly watering hole might not have a big list of beers but it sure makes up with their house beer and cocktails. They also host live music occasionally by local musicians. Nosh on tasty bites to complement your brew.