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The Best Bars And Cafes In Sablon, Brussels

The Best Bars And Cafes In Sablon, Brussels
Sablon is a bustling area: home to the Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon and the Royal Conservatory, the neighborhood hosts a great number of interesting museums. There’s never a dull moment exploring Sablon by day or night and whilst you’re in the neighborhood, try one of these great bars and coffeehouses.

Le Café du Sablon

Coffee Shop, Coffee, $$$
Le Café du Sablon, Brussels
Le Café du Sablon, Brussels | © Bill Smith/Flickr
For great breakfast and lunch sandwiches, look no further than Café du Sablon. Located at the heart of the neighborhood, it’s a perfect place to take a break and have a little snack while exploring this area. There’s an international feel to this cafe, with its numerous magazines and ingredients from all over the world.
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POP-UP Sablon

Bar, Restaurant, Belgian, European, $$$
A combination of a rustic and industrial interior with a sun-oriented terrace and a non-stop open kitchen welcomes you to POP-UP Sablon. Don’t be fooled by the name — it’s no pop-up store. The restaurant on the first floor welcomes you from breakfast to dinner and serves famous Belgian dishes, burgers, and tapas. The bar has a wide variety of wines, which are perfect for an afternoon drink in the sunshine.
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Workshop Cafe

With international newspapers and magazines, Workshop Cafe is a great spot to relax for a while or get some work done on your laptop. The calm atmosphere makes Workshop Cafe a great place to be creative, and the menu ranges from sweets cupcakes to warm soups and hearty sandwiches.

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Jat

‘Jat’ is the Walloon word for a mug and the Flemish dialect word for ‘cuppa,’ which immediately sums up the homey atmosphere of this coffeehouse. Sink into one of their comfortable chairs or sofas and enjoy a cup of coffee. The menu has a selection of bagels, salads and sweet desserts. 28 Rue de Namur, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, +32 2 503 03 32

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La Kartchma

Located close to the Kunstberg, this friendly but busy venue is a great spot to take a break when exploring the many museums in the area. Besides getting a hot drink, you can also grab a homemade lunch such as a hearty soup or a quiche with coconut.