Chez Moeder Lambic declares that beer is the answer, and that is evident through the capable staff willing to answer any and all questions about their drinks. Guests can choose from an array of Belgian or foreign beers, or let the knowledgeable staff suggest a brew that suits your tastes. Besides being a great place to get a genuine beer experience, it is one of the oldest bars in Brussels and is often less crowded, making it a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy a drink or two.
Chez Moeder Lambic, 68 Rue de Savoie, Brussels, Belgium, +32 2 544 16 99
Located in the Sablon area, Skievelat is the best low budget option for enjoying a beer accompanied by substantially portioned local dishes. This combination makes Skievelat the perfect place for newcomers looking to get a taste of Belgium. What can be more tempting than beer and frites. On top of that, the wooden paneling and furniture creates a warm and inviting atmosphere. The Sablon is a busy area, so do not forget to make a reservation.
Skievelat, 18 Rue J. Stevens, Brussels, Belgium, +32 25 02 25 12
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The atmosphere of this pub’s green lighting reveals that there is something more than just beer on the menu. Step into a quirky bar serving concoctions of absinthe, gins and tonics. The Green Lab is quite new and is already sought after by many gin lovers. They apparently have a recipe for a successful cocktail bar: a combination of a great selection of drinks, and a knowledgeable bartender willing to give suggestions.
Green Lab, 520 Avenue Louise, Brussels, Belgium, +32 494 49 26 90
The place is owned by the fourth generation of the Vossen family. At A La Mort Subite, they serve a lambic beer with the same name as the place itself, Mort Subite, which means ‘sudden death.’ The name itself has an interesting origin, as it is based on a card game bank workers used to play when Vossen’s grandfather opened the first establishment of A La Mort Subite, (not the same address).
Just next to the cemetery in Ixelles, there is Le Tavernier, a great place for those who like to listen to live music while drinking a mojito. On the one hand, exposed bricks and fancy furniture make this bar a cozy and relaxing place, on the other hand, the pub organizes live music evenings tempting everyone to the dance floor. Since the place is quite big, it is possible to come with a large group of energetic people.