- Eat & Drink
- Bars & Cafés
The Greenwich, a listed cafe, is well worth a visit. It owes its reputation in particular to the fact that it was the temple of chess and that Magritte often played there with other personalities that mixed in Brussels' surrealist circles.
Here you find other ideas for places to visit or events to do in Brussels, not taking into account the appreciation of other visitors for these places, nor for the area, the profile or the same experience.
Grand-Place 1, an unforgettable address and definitely worth a visit!
At the end of a strange blue corridor, one of the oldest electro bars in the city emerges into view. In this inevitably surrealist place, you sink into lip-shaped sofas
Speciality: breakfast. Snacks and Brussels-style cabaret.
This Brussels institution has just re-opened after disappearing for many years. A mythic brasserie that you must visit - even if it's just for a look!