The ultra-trendy Place Saint-Géry is one of the oldest hubs in Brussels! When the weather allows it, this square is almost completely covered with terraces and the atmosphere is truly festive! This is a place you must visit if you want to see the soul of Brussels’ centre.
Open every day, the Zebra offers as many beers as it does cocktails and homemade lemonades. And its large terrace should be able to accommodate you without too many problems! The interior décor has a post-industrial tone, thanks to the raw materials used. It’s a must-see!
Le Roi des Belges is one of the first establishments to open its doors on the Place Saint-Géry, because they serve coffee as from 9:00 h. The décor is a mixture between a traditional brasserie and a modern location and there's a lounge bar and a cocktail bar to enjoy on the first floor.
A large bar with a caravel feel, the Mappa Mundo is renowned for both its international clientele and its attractive wooden furnishings. It's a great classic of the Saint-Géry neighbourhood where you can sip a couple of well-chilled fruit juices. Open every day.
A steampunk bar, which is uncommon in Brussels, La Machine has been open since 2016. The interior décor is meticulous, and you can taste cocktails, beer (sixty on the menu!), tapas and small dishes here! Music and concerts also take pride of place at this venue!
Café Central is a classic in the neighbourhood: a dance bar that is both trendy and welcoming, you can have a drink and enjoy small concerts, film sessions and even DJ sets here, which are all for free!
A stone's throw from the Bourse, Café Metteko is a genuine neighbourhood institution. Recently renovated, it offers a very attractive terrace. It's a lovely place to catch your breath at the pedestrian zone.