MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
Belgian brews and bites are the cornerstones of this buzzing brasserie. All the classics are accounted for: well-salted frites with garlic aïoli; bowls of mussels; and of course, house-made sausages—try the combo board, which comes with andouille, boudin noir, boudin blanc and currywurst, not to mention a generous bowl of spaetzle. From schnitzel to salads, there's something to satisfy all appetites (including a quinoa salad; that culinary siren song of the Lululemon-clad). Flatbreads and salads round things out. The Euro-café vibe is fun with red banquettes, classic bistro chairs and marble floors to complement the big beer selection (both European and domestic) and cocktails. Happy hour, either at the bar or on the dog-friendly patio, is a madhouse.