Whenever I go to Labru, I feel like I’m in the living room of a friend – same atmosphere, plus the benefits of being in a bar.
You get to try a fine selection of vermouths, order any type of cocktail or wine you feel like having and enjoy some live jazz if you’re inspired enough to go there on a Wednesday evening.
The waiters treat you like a friend or beloved guest and the nights are endless, it seems. There is a cinematographic charm about the interior design of this cafe.
Labru offers Spanish tapas and some nice platters with cheeses or Spanish sausage.
There is always art and photographs that define the style of the place, besides the fact that art can always serve as a conversation starter. You can buy some of the vintage pieces – like that elegant table lamp that is winking at you. The art exposed is also for sale most times.
The lights get dimmed when the night settles in to let the guests feel even more cozy.
I’ve seen all kinds of people here: groups of colleagues enjoying a drink after work, couples on a date, guys having their weekly beer catch-up, elegant strangers sipping a glass of wine at the bar.
There is no “standard” age that you should expect to encounter at LaBru.
The best advice is to expect the unexpected.