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Top 10 Bars And Cafes In Schaerbeek, Brussels

Top 10 Bars And Cafes In Schaerbeek, Brussels
Schaerbeek is a vibrant, colorful neighborhood historically known as ‘The City of Donkeys.’ Although not typically a destination for those in search of a wild night out, Schaerbeek nevertheless has plenty of hidden gems to offer and is too often neglected in favor of more popular areas such as Ixelles or Saint-Gilles. Quirkiness and a strong community spirit make these 10 Schaerbeek favorites well worth a visit.
Bar du Gaspi © Bar du Gaspi

Bar du Gaspi

Bar, Tapas, $$$
This bar first appeared on the scene in 1980 as ‘Le Gaspi’, and quickly became one of the hippest places to be in Schaerbeek, as artists, journalists, and intellectuals frequented the premises. Twenty-five years later, the renamed Bar du Gaspi continues its legacy, with the inclusion of tapas – or ‘Gaspas’ – on the menu.
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S-Bar

One of the best cocktail bars in Brussels, this initiative from Chef Benjamin Laborie exudes class and luxury. Although prices are not easy on the wallet, the quality of the drinks and the tastefully decorated interior at S-Bar are definitely worth splurging on.

L'Âne Fou

Bar, Pub Grub
Quirkily decorated with donkeys of all sizes and appearances – the symbol of Schaerbeek – l’Âne Fou is an authentic and cozy meeting place for a public that ranges from students to seasoned locals to tourists. The beer menu is excellent and sufficiently varied, and food is available until late, which make this bar a local staple.
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Café Poussette

Café Poussette was founded with the purpose of giving adults a chance to relax in a cafe environment while feeling secure in the knowledge that their children were both welcomed and catered to. Who says being a parent stops you from having a social life?

Le Barboteur © Le Barboteur

Le Barboteur

This self-styled ‘Bièrothèque‘ offers a selection of more than 250 artisanal beers, which are available for sale in the shop or available to drink at the bar. The owners are absolutely passionate about beer and happy to give information, making this bar a must-see for any beer fanatic.

L’Estaminet © L’Estaminet

L’Estaminet

Attached to the Maison des Arts, the location of this cafe is absolutely beautiful, with antique furnishings and a fresh, light selection of homemade food. Ideal for lunch, or simply to while away the long summer evenings on the terrace, l’Estaminet is a firm Schaerbeek favorite.

Chez Felix

Schaerbeek’s very own wine bar, the elegant and refined Chez Felix has a fantastic selection of Belgian wines and two very knowledgeable owners who are more than happy to suggest the perfect vintage. There is no need to be a wine expert to enjoy this gem.

Buvette Sint-Sebastiaan © Buvette Sint-Sebastiaan

Buvette Sint-Sebastiaan

Cafe, Bar, Belgian
This is not really so much a cafe as a meeting place for archers, joggers, foodies, or anyone who wants to enjoy the sun in Parc Josaphat with a cold beer. As well as drinks, Sint Sebastiaan serves food (the crêpes and Friday Fish Parties are particularly noteworthy) and is an ideal vantage point from which to enjoy the view of the park.
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Aux Trois Rois

Bar, Cafe, Belgian
Aux Trois Rois has the distinction of being the oldest bar in Schaerbeek. Situated in an old coaching inn, this bar has a distinctly folkloric vibe, as the owners have decorated the cafe with images of Pogge, a giant and hero in Schaerbeek folktales. Aux Trois Rois has also played a part in the creation of the society ‘Les Amis des Amis de Pogge’, which aims to revitalize local folklore.
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La Carotte

A so-called ‘Café Associatif,’ La Carotte was born of the desire to create a communal space for people from the neighborhood to exercise their creative skills, while being able to relax over a beer or a glass of wine. From music jamming sessions to editing the local newspaper, La Cité des Anes/Ezelstad, La Carotte is a cozy, communal hotbed of creativity. It is important to note that membership is required, but as the fee is one euro per year, it shouldn’t be a huge deterrent.