Popular with thirty-somethings, this relaxed bolthole welcomes punters – most of them gay and lesbian – with dancing laser dots, three Belgian beers on tap (€2.90) and a lounge area with coffee tables and low stools. The eclectic soundtrack ranges from French chansons and 80s to techno, trending to house and dance on Friday and Saturday.
This till-dawn gay and lesbian disco has photo-montage wall murals, plenty of flashing lights, buff barmen in tank tops and a soundtrack that's heavy on electro, house and techno. So packed after 1am that you may have trouble getting in. Relaxed dress code. Situated 700m due south of the Palais des Beaux-Arts.
The rainbow flies proudly at this well-heeled, sophisticated bar, which is as gay as it is popular (and it's very popular). Decor includes brick walls, a camp crystal chandelier and lots of red and green laser dots. Has '80s-themed nights from 10pm every Tuesday, a house-and-electro DJ from 10pm on Friday and Saturday, and a soirée from 9pm on Sunday.