10 nightclubs in Brussels you should take your roommate to
There are a million different ways to get to know your new (or old) roommate a little better.
You can cook together or go out to grab dinner, you can have a drink after work, or you can put on your dancing shoes and go to one of the top 10 nightclubs in Brussels!
Take your friends and your roommate’s friends to the same nightclub and get to know one another. You and your roomie will both make new friends. Isn’t that great?
Fuse is without a doubt one of the most famous nightclubs in Brussels with a very impressive wall of fame. This nightclub was opened in 1994 and has been a huge succes ever since.
If you’re in for a good techno beat, go to Fuse!
Keywords: techno, beats, die-hard party animal
Address: Rue Blaesstraat 208, 1000 Brussels
Open: every Saturday night
Do you like electro, house, r&b or funk? Then you should definitely go to Le You. On Sundays this is also the place to be for gay people.
Keywords: students, young people, gay, funky
Address: 18 Duquesnoystraat, 1000 Brussels
Open: Friday – Saturday: 23h30 – 6h00, Sunday: 19h00 – 3h00
Party all night long in the wood (literally)! This famous nightclub is situated in the heart of Bois de la Cambre, an enormous public park in Brussels.
This is one of those nightclubs in Brussels with a unique interior. The interior of this club was created by several top designers.
Keywords: location, laid-back, house, electro
Address: Chemin de la Meute 1, 1000 Brussels
Open: Wednesday to Saturday from midnight
Mirano Continental is a night club for fancy people (often with lots of make-up, fashionable outfits and trained bodies) who like hip hop, r&b and funk. Not everyone is allowed to enter the place, so choose your outfit consciously.
Keywords: fancy, fashion, hip hop, r&b, funk, ladies nights
Address: Chaussée de Louvain, 38, 1210 Brussels
Open: Friday – Saturday 23h00 – 6h00
Les jeux d’hiver
Les jeux d’hiver is another fancy club in Brussels. If you’re willing to take the bus or bicycle (the club is located 15 minutes outside the city centre, in the Bois de la Cambre), Les jeux d’hiver is definitely a good place to spend your Thursday or Saturday evening.
Whether you’re in the mood for dancing or you just want to enjoy a drink in the seats, Les jeux d’hiver is the place to be as long as you wear a shirt when you’re a guy. If you like you can have dinner first in the Jeux restaurant.
Keywords: trendy, chic, dresscode, interior, terrace, apero, dinner
Address: Chemin du croquet 1, 1000 Brussels
Open: Thursday 20h00 – 6h00, Saturday 20h00 – 6h00
Put your retro dancing shoes on and go to club La Vilaine for some old-school electronic music, disco, house or techno. With the club’s lovely art deco interior it immediately feels as if you’re back in the old days.
Keywords: retro electronic, techno, disco, house,
Address: Rue de la Vierge Noire 10-12-14, 1000 Brussels
Open: Wednesday – Saturday 20h00 – 04h00
Bazaar is an event venue with two rooms that can be used to organize (dinner) parties, concerts, fashion shows etc. Some serious clubbing is possible on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Expect different kinds of music. Check the website before you go to Bazaar to see if they’ll play the music your roommate and you like.
Address: Rue des Capucins 63, 1000 Brussels
Open: Thursday 23h00 – 2h00, Friday – Saturday 23h00 – 6h00
Bar Rouge is the kind of bar you end up at 3 or 4 in the morning, after having been to another club first. You’ll see all kinds of people, but mainly people who live in Brussels.
This club is rather atypical and a bit ‘chic’. Wanna know why? Every day is a chance to go check it out as Bar Rouge is open all week!
Keywords: afterclub, locals, lounge, cocktails, champagne,
Address: Rue de Louvain 12, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Open: Monday – Sunday 22h00 – 05h00
This is the (very famous) place to be for hipsters or people who like to spot hipsters. ‘The creators of happiness and love in Brussels’, that’s how they describe themselves. Just like Bar Rouge, Bloody Louis is kitschy too (think huge white fake-leather sofas and antique- looking carpets).
The place can also be rented to host birthday parties, dinner parties and other private events.
Keywords: hipster, kitsch, international dj’s, private events
Address: Avenue Louise 32, 1050 Brussels
Open: Friday – Saturday 23h00 – 5h00
A small, cosy, vintage bar and club, that’s what Club Clandestin is. Club Clandestin is quite underground indeed (‘Clandestin’ means ‘underground’ in French), with it’s discrete facade. You’ll find a lot of Brussels-clubbers here who know where the place is.
Enjoy the vintage interior with a collection of old framed black and white pictures on the walls.
Address: Rue Sainte-Anne, 1000 Brussels
Open: Tuesday 21h00 – 5h00, Thursday 21h30 – 3h00, Friday – Saturday 22h30 – 5h00
Now you’ll know what to do during the weekend! There are of course many more cool nightclubs in Brussels, but these 10 are definitely considered the best. Now go put your best outfit and your dancing shoes on, grab your roommate by the arm and go clubbing!