This small club, located not far from the Grand Place, has reinvigorated the jazz scene in Brussels. It is not for profit- it's stated aim is to bring good music to the people- which makes the prices incredibly fair. Dark wooden walls and plush red curtains create a smooth backdrop against which saxophones wail and singers croon, pulling you into its inviting atmosphere. Food and drink are available; the Italian themed menu and wines are generally solid options, and the Brussels beer is better. Different artists perform in this space every night, so check the website to see who's on. Reservations are highly recommended.
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