Pubs in Old Town
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Not here so much for it's beer selection but for it's location: right on the Grote Markt. A good place for an early bolleke of De Koninck, especially in nice weather. The name roughly translates to "rascal," "scamp," or "naughty boy" etc.
Cozy corner pub with good food. Beer list seems to be constantly improving, with a few you don't see too often in Antwerp.
Restaurant specializing in food and beer pairings, with an extensive beer list.
New modern cafe near the riverfront with a good tap list.
Improved tap list and an impressive bottle list. Also a great selection of bag-in-the-box lambics.
Corner locals pub behind the cathedral. Nothing special, just a cozy brown cafe.
The Eleventh Commandment: Eat, drink and be merry. Next to the Cathedral. The place is packed with religious statuary. Four house beers and four guests.
Down a small side street and almost unmarked, so look closely. Officially from 8pm but seems sometimes to open sooner.
Right next to the Cathedral. Belgian bar food (pasta, omelets, croques, etc.)
Antwerp's oldest pub. Owned by DeKoninck (Duval/Mortgaat).
Traditional Antwerp brown cafe that had declined over the years and the closed. Reopened with more focus on beer and getting better with each visit.