One of Brussels' oldest pubs, dating back to the 19th century, À la Bécasse has a quintessential old world charm, featuring dark wood details, ornate light fixtures, and leaded glass windows. As soon as you step into this pub, you'll feel compelled to sit for a while, try some local Belgian brews, and maybe even make some conversation with the locals. Though it's close to the Grand Place, this bar is not your typical tourist attraction; instead it feels inviting, comfortable, and a bit off the beaten path. Like any good Belgian pub, À la Bécasse serves a variety of lambic, gueuze, and kriek (cherry beer) along with some international options as well. Have a beer in a traditional stone mug and and make yourself at home!
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