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Do yourself a favor and have your coffee to stay here. Not only does this place have an extensive beverage menu (including with alcohol if you so desire), the owner welcomes customers as guests. Lovely and very clean. Highly recommend.
Found this gem while wandering around the streets of Bruge trying to avoid paying the extortionate prices charged by the cafes around the main squares.
Reasonable prices, great coffee, good waffles, fresh croissants and bread with nice home made jam.
I had exactly the same experience as Caroline S and want to back up her review. The musketeer is NOT harmless holiday fun, he is distinctly creepy. Being ripped off for €7.50 seemed a small price to pay just to get out of there -...More
There are couple of reviews already for Ter Steeghere that mention The Musketeer. I'm going to add this one in the full understanding that it doesn't reflect well on me because really, I should have had a little more gumption than to be taken in...More
Two stores we came specifically to visit, the chocolate store and the beer store. Particularly the beer, they have Trappist beer here, which is a beer made by monks by water only found where the monks are. My fiance really enjoyed this beer. We just...More
It's a quaint little stone arcade of varying types of shops. We expected artisans, and maybe there were. We missed them, but were accosted by a gentleman dressed as one of the three musketeers. It's fun, he said. He took a photo of my wife,...More
Close to the Temple of the Holy Blood, it's just a covered arcade of shops for tourists and cafes, one of which is on a lower level down stairs only and unatmospheric but gives good service.
We've walked through here on our last couple of...More
We stumbled upon here wandering the streets of Bruges. Super generic touristy shops minus the sunlight with same pricing as anywhere else. Not worth a visit unless you need to cut across to another destination. Eventhen, take a longer outdoor route to soak up the...More