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Art Nouveau / Art Deco

In an age when neo-classical architecture was in full swing, Victor Horta’s question was to undermine existing conceptions and bring new talents to the fore. The Brussels scene quickly became a hive of frenzied activity thanks to the contributions made by the colleagues of this visionary, who included Hankar, Strauven, Blérot, the Delune brothers, Cauchie... and more than twenty others.

 

L'Ultime Atome

rue Saint-Boniface 14 / 14 Sint-Bonifaasstraat
1050 Bruxelles / Brussel

Tel : 02/511 13 67
Email : info@ultimeatome.be

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Le Tavernier

Undoubtedly the trendiest place in the area around the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Despite a vast terrace area and interior space, it's not always easy to find somewhere to sit.
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L'Archiduc

rue A. Dansaert 6-8 / 6-8 Dansaertstraat
1000 Bruxelles / Brussel

Tel : 02/512 06 52
Website: http://www.archiduc.net

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Flamingo

171-177 Rue de Laeken / Lakensestrat 171-177
1000 Bruxelles / Brussel

Website: http://www.facebook.com/flamingo.Brussels

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Café Métropole

Café Metropole, located on the vibrant Place de Brouckère, offers high-end brasserie cuisine in line with Brussels’ tradition...
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Le Cirio

rue de la Bourse 18 / 18 Beursstraat
1000 Bruxelles / Brussel

Tel : 02/512 13 95

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Bar “Le 31”

Located in the majestic lobby of the Hotel Metropole, the Bar "Le 31" is more than just a bar in Brussels. It is the place to be downtown.
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La Mort Subite

Brussels card - Good dealAs tradition demands, dropping in at this temple to the most "brrrrruseleers" specialities of the capital is a must. The public fluctuates between serious-minded people in their fifties and sharp bons viveurs.
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Café Belga

ts terrace is a must, its trendy music and colourful atmosphere have made it a classic of Brussels' night life.
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Greenwich Taverne

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.
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