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Café Belgique information
Pull up a stool at the carved wooden bar and pick from the glinting brass taps. It's all about Belgian beers here, as you may have surmised. Eight flow from the spouts, and 30 or so more are available in bottles. The ambience is quintessential gezellig (convivial, cosy) and draws lots of chilled-out locals. There's live music and DJs some nights.