Historic Bar Tour
November 14, 2017
La Porte Noire
Rue des Alexiens 67
Come and join other beer and Brussels lovers as we embark on another Second Tuesday Historic Bar Tour social hour near the Sablon area. We visit a very old pub (and former convent), La Porte Noire, with quite a history. From their website:
"The Porte Noire traces its history back to the 16th century, with its subterranean vaulted ceilings, a water well and vintage icebox. In fact, this enchanting tavern once served as a kitchen for the nuns of the Alexien Convent.
Long abandoned after the nuns' departure, the cellar was finally restored in 1995 and converted into what has become one of Brussels' most popular beer and whisky taverns. Its fine choice of beverages, knowledgeable barmen, and medieval atmosphere give the tavern a truly Celtic feel. No wonder the tavern's three central rooms have hosted so many memorable Saint Patrick's Day parties. So push the door, walk down the stairs, and discover 100 exceptional Belgian beers, 11 taps, 80 fine brands of whisky, friendly barmen, rock and roots, and a decidedly relaxed ambience-all in an unforgettable Celtic setting!"
The Historic Bar Tour events are held the second Tuesday of each month and take place at different and great locations throughout the city of Brussels. Everyone is welcome and feel free to bring friends!
Date: Tuesday, November 14.
Time: 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Place: La Porte Noire, Rue des Alexiens 67, 1000 Brussels
Price: Dependent on your own consumption.
Please register by Monday, November 13, at
so that we know how many to expect. Thank you.
Further information or to find the ACB group:
Text or call Carl Mir at 0494/27.97.63.