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Café Leffe overlooks the busy Grand Sablon Square in downtown Brussels. The cafe is a popular spot to load up on delicious Italian and/or Belgian preparations along with a flavorsome and refreshing pint. The beer-dominated bar program, a nice, sunny patio which seems like it was made for people- watching, delicious food, a friendly service and moderate prices add to Café Leffe's popularity. They also host a number of live music programs throughout the year.
Tucked away on Rue Lesbroussart, Le Petit Canon is a small yet lovely wine bar. This cozy watering hole with vintage lamps and old photographs will surely charm you with its ambiance and service. Check out their blackboard for suggestions, or ask the friendly staff. Nosh on tasty bites like bruschetta, an English muffin sandwich, and brioche bread with syrup while you sip a glass of wine.
No one knows when it was opened but everyone agrees it is among the oldest bars in the neighborhood. Chez Richard is located near the Place du Grand Sablon and has been a local favorite for several decades. Its walls are decked with black and white movie classics while its wooden accents give it a vintage feel. Hear the stories from their regulars while taking a sip or two of your preferred drinks. Nosh on tasty small plates and share it with friends as well.
Michael Collins Irish Pub will charm you in every way. This convivial place with its great service, lovely ambiance, delicious food and fantastic drinks is a nice spot to be with family and friends. Catch the latest games on their television screens or enjoy live music played every Friday. Enjoy their happy hours with a Guinness or Kilkenny. No matter what you do, you can be sure of a memorable time at this pub.