The second Irish pub to open in Brussels (in early 1990), is just a few hundred metres from James Joyce, the very first one. Kitty's is very popular ... More
The second Irish pub to open in Brussels (in early 1990), is just a few hundred metres from James Joyce, the very first one. Kitty's is very popular with Eurocrats and journalists. It is also a bit quieter than some of the other pubs in the same area. Live music on Wednesday evenings makes for a lively atmosphere. At the back of the cozy restaurant, the owners serve traditional Irish fare. The kitchen is closed on Saturdays but open Sunday lunchtimes.
Opened in May 1989, this former Pakistani restaurant became the first Irish pub in Brussels. Due to its popularity, many
others followed suit. Today there are about 18 Irish pubs in the city. The James Joyce is a cosy ...
From 1866, a great part of the Marolles, an old neighbourhood in the heart of Brussels, was torn down and
replaced with stately Parisian style avenues and a gigantic Palais de Justice, which still dominates the city. Ever since, ...
Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel is located within walking distance of the Brussels Airport terminal entrance and approximately 10 miles from
the Royal Palace. A train station, located underneath the airport, runs every fifteen minutes to Brussels's three major train ...