Back in Brussels, after a perfect day spent in the picturesque city of Bruges, it’s time for one last night out before heading home to Seattle. The Delirium Cafe (short for delirium trements, and I’m beginning to see why) is a well-known and popular spot for beer, absinthe and cocktails.
Then, just a very short walk through more historic buildings, lit up for the night, to Le Roy d’Espagne for dinner. Thank you, travel section of the New York Times, who recommends this restaurant as an atmospheric bar in one of the square’s grandest guild houses.
How could you NOT drink this beer?
If we had to study abroad, Belgium would be high on the list of candidates.
And now, from the snowy streets of Belgium, back to the Seattle Foodshed, hopefully just in time for some Super Bowl pigs in a blanket.
- After Dinner, Exploring the Streets (and Beer) of Brussels (seattlefoodshed.wordpress.com)
- A Day Trip to the City of Bruges (seattlefoodshed.wordpress.com)
- Lunching with Magritte at La Fleur en Papier Dore (seattlefoodshed.wordpress.com)
- Belgian Chocolates Are Best Enjoyed in Belgium (seattlefoodshed.wordpress.com)