This is, with little contest, the premier techno club of Belgium, hosting many of the leading DJs from around the globe. After some experiments with drum and bass, this big place near Gare du Midi has now dedicated its first (dance) floor to house techno music exclusively. Every weekend, the party is at Fuse.
Club-goers adore Canoa Quebrada for its lively music, romantic dance floor, and delicious tropical cocktails. Samba and Merengue are popular styles in the club, as is the mysterious and sensual tango. This Brazilian-themed club pleases all who come and leaves the guests wanting more. This club encapsulates Brazilian culture and attracts visitors with its playful vibe.
Jazz-pianist Stan Brenners first opened this gorgeous bar in the 1940s and in the 1980s, a group of trendy young folks renovated and reopened the place, turning it into the quintessential Brussels nightspot. Hang out at L'Archiduc or take your place behind the piano if you dare. There is usually live jazz on Sundays at 5p and on Saturdays there's Le Jazz après shopping (Jazz after shopping), which you can enjoy for free. The owners offer excellent wines and fabulous cocktails.