Etiquette Wines – Wine and Charcuterie

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Etiquette Wines – Wine and Charcuterie

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Emilia from Brussels

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After-work drinks are taken very seriously in Brussels. Whether you are a part of the EU bubble or not, having a drink after work is one of the most important principles of the survival guide in the European capital. If beer is not your cup of tea, and you fancy some charcuterie boards, then Etiquette is the place for you.

Recently moved to a new location on the well-known Avenue Louise, just a few meters away from Les Etangs d’Ixelles, Etiquette is a wine bar you will want to drag only your favorite colleagues to. Wine stands offering a vast selection of wines from different countries are perfectly incorporated into the bar’s modern and elegant furniture. The highlight? The cold cuts counter, where you can take a peek at what will come on your charcuterie board. To accompany the wine that the sommelier will help you to select (if you’re not already an expert), a board of cold cuts and one of the cheeses will do the job. If willing to take charcuterie eating to the next level, a plate of Holstein carpaccio will not disappoint you, especially on a slice of fresh (but warm) baked bread. To keep it healthy, a couple of vegetarian options are also available.

Next time you want to move meetings out of the office and quickly get everybody on board with your ideas, keep Etiquette in mind!

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Emilia from Brussels

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Address

Av. Louise 326, Brussels

Telephone number

+3226446411

Opening Times

Mon - Fri 17:00 - 00:00

Price

Glass of wine: € 7

Website

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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)