Louise Gallery - Brussels
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Directions to Louise Gallery
Louise Gallery is a pinch of jet set, a dash of fashion victims and, to top it all off, an ambience as sexy and glamorous as you could wish for.
Sundays are turned into gay mania by 'Strong' evenings, famous for their somewhat torrid tone.
The rather remarkable venue is right in the middle of the Louise district - where else?
Open Friday to Sunday from 10 p.m.
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