The second Irish pub to open in Brussels (in early 1990), is just a few hundred meters from James Joyce, the very first one. ... More
The second Irish pub to open in Brussels (in early 1990), is just a few hundred meters from James Joyce, the very first one. Kitty O'Shea'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.
Located off Avenue Louise, this Irish pub was one of the first to set up outside of the European Commission
area. This large establishment has wooden tables and earth toned walls with various Irish posters. The crowd consists of ...
The Novotel Brussels Off Grand Place is located right in the centre of Brussels, moments away from what is said
to be the most beautiful town square in the world. Within easy reach of Central Station, this 138 room ...
The Holiday Inn Brussels Schuman is situated approximately two miles from downtown Brussels, four miles from Brussels International Airport, and
29 miles from Antwerp Airport. Local attractions include Heyzel Exhibition Centre, Atomium, Mnii Europe, Kinepolis, and Autoworld.Hotel amenities include ...