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.
Pascal Silman, the chef in charge of this gourmet restaurant at the Conrad International Brussels, has polished his art in
some of France's best Michelin star restaurants. Today, his star shines over Brussels, with seasonal favorites like Wild Mushrooms ...
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 ...
No imposing entrance or red carpet awaits you here. No clue on the outside that behind the centuries old frontage
on Oude Houtlei is an ancient cloister: PoortAckere. We are an oasis of peace, hidden away from the bustle ...
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