Located in a 16th-century town house and going strong since 1846, this pub always drew in poets, writers, and artists such as Magritte and the CoBrA guys like bees to a honey pot and it continues to do so with occasional poetry readings. This is a wonderfully atmospheric, cluttered old place, where customers gather round the entertaining patron for lively conversation and where all comers are welcome (yes, even tourists) as long as they show an interest in the gueuze and boutique beers on offer.