Despite its name, this lively, friendly beer hall serves all kinds of international craft brews, from IPAs and pale ales to stouts and saisons. But it’s the long list of Belgian lambic and gueuze beers, available on tap and in bottles, that’s the real draw. Settle in at one of the sleek wood booths and have the knowledgeable staff help you choose among the many lambic varieties, most of which hail from the regional Cantillon brewery and include unusual specimens fermented with rhubarb or flowers. Try a beer flight paired with local cheeses from La Fruitière, a top-notch cheese shop located just around the corner.