The 5 best wine bars in Antwerp
Tawat has created a hip urban wine bar where he shares his deep love of wine. His favourite bottles hang from leather straps on a deep green wall. You can experiment with a wine from South Africa, Bulgaria or Serbia, along with a plate of sardines or some Korean beef gyoza.
This is a relaxed spot for a glass of wine where you can just drop in and grab a stool at the bar. It occupies a modest corner building that was once a Japanese restaurant. The old name has survived, along with hints of Japanese interior design. But it is now a place to meet up for a glass of organic wine and perhaps a bite to eat.
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Three friends with a passion for wine opened their first organic wine bar in Brussels in 2011. They now have a second bar in Antwerp where the team share their passion for classy wines and tasty food from their favourite farmers. They also own a vineyard in their home region of Touraine where they produce Tête Red and Tête Blanche wines.
Chef Dennis Broeckx and his wife Ellen opened this intimate wine bar in 2017. The interior is filled with tropical plants and rattan furniture to create a relaxed, mysterious spot. The drink list includes rare wines, cocktails and gueuze beers from small Pajottenland breweries like De Drie Fonteinen. The food menu features creative bites like smoked mackerel and pork belly to nibble before heading off to dinner.
5) Belgian Wines Bar
Two brothers run this small space in the theatre district dedicated to Belgian wines. It has a modern interior with bare concrete walls and tiny round tables. Here they serve delicate local wines from emerging Flemish and Walloon vineyards along with interesting Belgian cheeses.
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