Brix Food 'n' Drinx
Philips Vingboons designed the 1639 building using Greek and Roman classical elements popular during the time.
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This former kitchen to some large canal houses is in the basement and offers good value. It doesn't serve the bird (struisvogel means...
Wolvenstraat 16 · interesting places nearby
Brix Food 'n' Drinx information
The loungey setting makes this a great place to chill over a cocktail and enjoy nibbles from the starters-only menu, such as raw oysters, beef sashimi and mini Peking duck. There's live evening jazz on Sunday (with established artists) and Monday (with an open stage) from about 9pm.