This Irish pub is housed in a converted bank that still has safe deposit boxes lining the walls, hence the name. It's also not far from Avenue Louise ... More
This Irish pub is housed in a converted bank that still has safe deposit boxes lining the walls, hence the name. It's also not far from Avenue Louise and it is located in an area where there are not too many pubs of its kind. Unlike many Irish pubs in Brussels, it is not full of folks wanting to watch sporting events. The atmosphere is casual and filled with locals of all nationalities. Saturday nights can be crowded when live Irish music or otherwise popular music selections are played.
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, ...
Great pitta place. Good for a light, late night snack or dinner with friends or even alone. The restaurant is
close to the Zavel; the interior is authentic art nouveau. The inside is full of mirrors and stained glass. ...
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