cocktail bar

2 rue josse impens, 1030 schaerbeek
02 307 37 31 – site web
from tuesday to thursday, from 6pm to 1am
from friday to saturday, from 6pm to 2am
Cocktails: 8€ – 13.50€

Inside, it feels as though we’re in a speakeasy dating from the prohibition period in the U.S. back in the late 20’s. The wallpaper, the barman’s suspenders, the gramophone by the window and the huge vintage tv transformed into a high table all highly contribute to the feeling. We immediately feel like taking place at one of those low marble tables, in this cosy and intimate venue.


L’Auberge des Maieurs

from farm to table

1 parvis saint-pierre, 1150 woluwe-saint-pierre
02 850 40 57 – site web
tuesday, from 6:30pm to 10:30pm
from wednesday to friday, from 12pm to 2pm & from 6:30pm to 10:30pm
saturday, from 12pm to 10:30pm
mains: 19,50€ – 29,50€
3-course lunch: 27,50€

Before opening their restaurant, Sarah and her husband Jérémy were farmers, before anything. And it’s precisely that farming spirit that determined all the key steps when building this second project. About seven years ago, they started with a small organic farm of 1 hectare, and an adjoining shop in Wezembeek-Oppem. Jérémy would take care of the field, and Sarah of the shop. Little by little, their project started to grow, in the same organic way their crops would.



Restaurants open on August 15


It’s August 15th! And like always, it may seem like everything is closed, but it’s not really true.

We’ve gathered our 20 favorite places open for brunch, cocktails, or even gourmet dinner. Click on the different restaurants beneath, to know more! 💥

Café des Minimes
Café Tulipant
Comptoir Rodin
Crab Club
Dam Sum
La Famille
Le Canard Sauvage
Le Dillens
Les Filles
Modern Alchemist
Sem Som



specialty coffee bar

196 rue antoine dansaert, 1000 Brussels
02 513 57 87 – site web
from monday to friday, from 8am to 6pm
saturday and sunday, from 10am to 6pm
du lundi au vendredi, de 8h à 18h

For over two years now, customers have been going to Mok to drink delicious specialty coffee on the spot, or take it away to their office nearby. The end of rue Antoine Dansaert, almost crossing the canal, seems to be the target for really cool new openings these past few years, and we couldn’t be happier. With a bunch of hip bars opened by Frédéric Nicolay, a few restaurants and design stores, a specialty coffee bar seemed like the perfect addition to the neighborhood.