Marolles and Matonge Nightlife, Brussels

Brussels' nightlife is represented by the variety of its clubs, among which are not only out and out discotheques, but also clubs that host world-famous DJs and live music. Brussels is home to some of the most fashionable night clubs in Belgium. Take this walking tour to visit the most famous venues located in the Marolles and Matonge districts of Brussels.
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Marolles and Matonge Nightlife Map

Guide Name: Marolles and Matonge Nightlife
Guide Location: Belgium » Brussels (See other walking tours in Brussels)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.3 km
Author: Xena
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Spirito Martini

1) Spirito Martini

Built inside a former church, Spirito Martini is an upscale bar and club where guests can truly party in style. The immense arches, clean lines, and Gothic architecture of the club make for a rather classy environment that absolutely must be experienced. The décor boasts a fine crystal chandelier in the center of the main room, glass rails, and gilded elements throughout the space. The oversized dance floor sees a constant crowd of fashionable and hip party goers who have managed to get passed the choosy door staff. The Spirito Martini property also includes a restaurant serving fusion cuisine and an events hall.

Operation Hours: Friday – Saturday: 11 pm – 5 am
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Avenue Brussels Night Club

2) Avenue Brussels Night Club

A hot nightlife establishment found in Brussels on Avenue de la Toison d'Or, Avenue Brussels Nightclub features an intense dance party that goes on all night long where guests regularly get down to an eclectic variety of sounds, from funk and R and B, dance music, raga, and Latin beats served up by the hottest local DJs and resident spin doctors the club presents throughout the week. Monday evenings are particularly popular when salsa night takes the crowd by storm which includes dance lessons for beginners by experienced veterans starting at 7:00 PM, which leads into the fabulous salsa and bachata party later on where DJs keep hips shaking into the wee hours.

Operation Hours: Thursday – Saturday from 10.30 pm
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Bloody Louis

3) Bloody Louis

A fantastic place to hear DJ sets and dance all night without all the pretension found in many of clubs, Bloody Louis advertises a lax dress code and encourages guests to come as they are and party with a friendly crowd. Once inside guests will find a foosball table, video games, and a pinball machine, along with leather chesterfield sofas and plenty of comfortable armchairs to relax in with a cocktail. Entertainment is served up by local DJs spinning upbeat house, electro, and dance favorites that get the crowd shaking on the dance floor. Drink prices are reasonable compared to many nearby clubs and private tables with bottle service is also available for those who wish it as well.

Operation Hours: Friday – Saturday: 11 pm – 5 am
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Havana

4) Havana

A fabulous restaurant, bar, and nightclub all in one, Havana tips its hat to the Cuba of the 1930s during the times of famed author Ernest Hemingway. This chic nightlife establishment features a menu of delicious Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, including a fantastic tapas menu. The space includes four full bars, an astounding three dance floors covering two floors, and plenty of seating in which to dine or enjoy a cocktail and conversation when not dancing to the hot mix of Latin, Afro-Caribbean, hip hop, funk, and soul. Entertainment is provided by both DJs and live bands with no cover charge.
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Bazaar

5) Bazaar

A chic events hall, bar, and nightclub all rolled into one, Bazaar is an inspired nightlife establishment found in the center of Les Marolles district in Brussels. Incorporating Middle Eastern design features throughout the space, including the patterned wallpaper and multitude of candles, this hot spot includes a lounge in which to sample their many tasty cocktails on the ground level while the basement floor is where late night heat up the dance floor into the wee hours with DJs spinning deep house and other underground electronic beats. Bazaar has a kitchen available for catering private parties as well as a hall dedicated to hosting such events.
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Fuse

6) Fuse

A notable nightlife establishment that is considered to have been the first techno club in Brussels, Fuse has been packing the dance floor and serving up the hottest electronic dance music since 1994. Their esteemed lists of past artists to have graced the DJ booth include such heavy hitters as Dave Clarke, Derrick May, Daft Punk, Kevin Saunderson, and many more. Fuse’s resident DJs spin when the club is not hosting international artists, and have garnered attention for themselves both locally and outside the region by performing here. The dress code at Fuse is not particular, instead choosing to concentrate on the music, which is exactly why guests continue to pack the house each week after all these years.

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Central Nightlife Tour Part 2

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Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.2 km
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Travel Distance: 3.8 km
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City Center Museums

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Travel Distance: 2.1 km
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Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km

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