Chez Moeder Lambic is easily one of the best places to enjoy a beer when in Brussels. The main seating area is designed in a basic modern style but the bar area steals away all the beauty. With an elongated line of taps and glasses hanging from the ceiling in an artistic manner, you would prefer to settle yourself near the bar than at a table. The bar serves local food that will adequately complement your brewed beer. At any given point of the day, the place is filled with tonnes of beer aficionados wanting to try both Belgian craft beer and beer that has traveled to Moeder Lambic from other breweries of the world. If you are in the mood to try some delicious brews, then Chez Moeder Lambic is a great place to begin.
Situated on the trendy Place Saint-Géry, Mappa Mundo is a very nice brasserie featuring Flemish and Latin-inspired cuisine and drinks. An antique sign on the outside announces: Bien manger, bien boire (“eat well, drink well”). In summers you can take advantage of the large terrace, but the inside is lovely as well. Dark wooden beams and light streaming in through the colored stained glass windows lend to the rustic atmosphere.
Join the hottest clubbing crowd at Bloody Louis, on Avenue Louise, is a gem of central Brussels. This is where some of the hippest parties in the city are hosted. Featuring a fantastic music line up, that's crowded by the most popular local and international DJs , stellar acoustics and lighting, Bloody Louis entertains a young and glamorous crowd. Open on the weekends, from 11p onward, a party at Bloody Louis lasts till wee hours of morn, long after the sun's up and bright! Check the website for event schedule.