Musée du Cacao et du Chocolat
Exhibits at Brussels’ museum of cocoa and chocolate give you a quick rundown of chocolate’s history in Europe, along with chocolate’s...
Hôtel de Ville
Laboriously built between 1444 and 1480, the splendid, slightly asymmetrical Hôtel de Ville was almost the only building on the Grand...
Maison des Boulangers
The bakers' guildhall is now the cafe Le Roy d’Espagne. The gilded bronze bust above the door is bakers’ patron St-Aubert.
Hosts transvestite nights and club nights.
Sit-down or takeaway frites (chips).
Rue des Pierres 50 · interesting places nearby
Music Village information
Polished 100-seat jazz venue housed in two 17th-century buildings with dinner (not compulsory) available from 7pm and concerts starting at 8.30pm, 9pm at weekends. The performers squeeze onto a small podium that’s visible from any seat. Bookings advised.