Bier has been a major part of almost every culture in the world for thousands of years - we're just carrying the torch. With so many biers to choose from, we encourage you to try something new next time you're at Cafe Benelux!
And remember... smart people before us have also LOVED bier...
"He was a wise man who invented beer."
"Give me a woman who loves beer and I will conquer the world."
"24 hours in a day, 24 beers in a case. Coincidence?"
"A quart of ale is a dish for a king."
"A fine beer may be judged with only one sip, but it's better to be thoroughly sure."
"The mouth of a perfectly happy man is filled with beer."
"Many battles have been fought and won by soldiers nourished on beer."
"Beer - Because one doesn't solve the world's problems over white wine."
And all that is just the beginning. With its 40-page beer menu, Cafe Benelux, 346 N. Broadway, (414-501-2500 cafebenelux.com) is a well-known hot spot day and night. The extensive brunch menu includes such favorites as the cinnamon streusel French toast, buttermilk fried chicken waffle and biscuits with chorizo gravy. ...
Such big pancakes from such a compact country.
At Cafe Benelux in the Third Ward, the Dutch-style pannenkoeken are enormous, sort of like crepes on steroids, dangling over the edges of a large plate.
The brunch menu has one that's simple, just maple syrup and powdered sugar, but mostly at brunch and dinner the toppings go big, too. ...
They thought of everything at Benelux Grand Cafe and Market. Out of olive oil? Check out the market. Looking for designer beer? Look for the six-pack selection in another corner of the cafe. ...
While beautifully stained wood walls and a large bar make the dining room of Cafe Benelux quite inviting, this is summer, when outdoor reigns supreme. The sunshine pouring down the large staircase in the center of the dining room practically beckons diners to climb up to the lush rooftop patio, with great views of the Historic Third Ward. ...
Good Harvest Market, located at the corner of Broadway and St. Paul Avenue, never really got off the ground. It always seemed like a lonely store. But the atmosphere has changed now that the market has been replaced by Cafe Benelux, the latest restaurant by the locally owned Lowlands Group. ...