Le Piano Bar
Baudelaire reputedly described this remarkable 1777 baroque church as a ‘sinister and gallant marvel’. Even when it's officially closed,...
Musée Félicien Rops
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Tea Time Café
Stylish sandwich shop/tearoom that serves mean crepes, waffles and salads, and has a pleasant outdoor terrace. Also good for takeaway...
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Lonely Planet review
The blandest bar on Namur's liveliest square makes amends by hosting free live music on Friday and Saturday nights from 10.30pm. Drink prices rise €0.50 during concerts.