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Tourists back a Bruges (photograph Saturn afternoon)


Few cafes in Bruges were as famous as De Vuurmolen on the Kraanplein at the time. Today, beer is finally flowing from the taps in the caf again, but under the name Flandrine and in a completely renovated building. Catering entrepreneur Liesbeth De Reyghere, known for caf and restaurant Cambrinus in the Philipstockstraat, was determined to breathe new life into the business when she took over the property in 2018. A new name, a new concept, but with the same goal as before: to offer a cozy meeting place where everyone feels at home.
Liesbeth De Reyghere: De Vuurmolen was a caf where young and old, Bruges residents or people from far beyond all came together. We want to do the same with Flandrine. We got inspiration for this from the Dutch tearjerker pubs. Nothing connects and transcends generations like the Dutch-language song of life. This is something we think was really missing in Bruges, we think the concept will catch on.

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11/09/2021 12:16:05
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