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The Wild Geese is a great place to unwind and relax, or meet people who stroll in from all over the world. This is the Eurocrat's favorite after-work drinking spot and it will be your favorite too after a long day of sightseeing or business meetings. Filled with wooden tables and benches, the pub offers plenty of room to saddle up at the lively bar or indulge in some privacy in the corner. This joyous establishment is packed with enthusiastic revelers and game-watching patrons throughout the week.
Havana is another restaurant that makes use of a concept that seems quite popular in Brussels; the multi-use, multi faceted restaurant. The space has four full bars, two dance floors and a restaurant that serves Latin American cuisine and Spanish influenced tapas dishes. Weekends are something to look forward to, with drinks flowing all night and the club is open till sunrise, giving party hoppers a much needed break after a long, hard week at work! The Cuban rum selection is truly a throwback to the Havana that found its glory in Ernest Hemingway's works, sending you in a virtual trip, sans the Cuban cigars. Havana is a hangout frequented mostly by multi-lingual locals, tourists, and those who embrace multiculturalism; so if you fit in either category, you'd have no problem whatsoever letting your hair down and taking in the Cuban vibes in the midst of Brussels.
Head to Le Bar Du Marché for an exciting night out! Groove to the rhythms of the night as you spin to live music while sipping on a drink. DJ events and theme nights will keep you coming back for more! Regular musical performances with artists strumming the guitar, the piano, the saxophone, the violin among other instruments will keep you enthralled through and through. Sunday nights bring in loads of fun with an impressive array of Jazz performances that will please your ears. Call for more details on current and upcoming events.
Located in the Royal Windsor Hotel Grand Palace, Chutney's Bar has been labeled as one of Brussels' finest restaurants. With its colonial decor and the name it goes by, the cafe would possibly make one think it serves Indian food, but that is not the case. Instead, Chutney's serves lip smacking European cuisine, where tea-time is about heavenly sandwiches, homemade scones and desserts with tea, coffee or cordials. If you want to add a fine finishing touch to your delectable meal, you have the choice of choosing from French wines and Belgian beers while listening to some live music being played.