A Côté d'Armand & Ko
14 rue des Chapeliers
6 rue Antoine Dansaertstraat
Unavoidable for night people in the city, a bit expensive but not posh.
11 rue Taborastraat
Typical address downtown, it's a place where to drink real Gueuze, Kriek and White beer.
57 rue de l'Enseignement
About 400 beers tasting are organised...
Les Brasseurs de la Grand-Place
24 rue de la Colline
On of the only working brewery amongst the 19 areas of the region of Brussels. You learn, you drink and you can eat there.
La Canne à Sucre
12 Duivenstraat / rue des Pigeons
More than 400 different rums on the menu.
Le Cercle des Voyageurs
16-18 rue des Grands Carmes
This cafe welcomes people from around the world. International meeting place!
Brasserie Les Postiers
14 rue Fossé aux Loups
One of the oldest brewery in the center of Brussels, that has kept its original decoration.
Two things not to be missed in Brussels: fries and chocolates (Despite what american people think, fries come from Belgium. They were discovered at the end of the second World War when american soldiers saw fries and, because people around them in Belgium where speaking French, they called them French fries).You can select a restaurant in the guide http://www.resto.be. And of course the famous Chez Léon 1893, 18, Rue des Bouchers where to taste dozens of typical recipies with mussels and fries. For the chocolates, you can visit Wittamer Chocolatier, Place du Grand Sablon or Pierre Marcolini at the same place. Passion Chocolat is a bit further, but its artisanal chocolates are delicious.
In addition to numerous cafes and bars that we have selected above where you can eat, you can also choose more traditional restaurants (and more expensive...)
Comme Chez Soi
23 place Rouppeplein (Pentagone)
Tel : 32-2-512.29.21
Price : 80 € - 120 €
L'Ecailler du Palais Royal
Sea food cuisine
18 rue Bodenbroeckstraat (Pentagone)
Tel : 32-2-512.87.51
You will find a longer list of places where to drink and eat (with comments) on the website eBru.