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Remote workers looking to break the monotony of working out of their home offices or living rooms often turn to cafes for a change of scenery with the added benefits of wifi, coffee and perhaps a

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One of Brussels’ beloved cafés, La Fleur en Papier Doré (Het Goudblommeke in Papier), has been declared bankrupt, reports Bruzz.

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Five months after closing its doors, Café Métropole in Place De Brouckère has re-opened its doors to clients, reports RTBF

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A former worker at El Café in Brussels' popular student district around Ixelles Cemetery has been jailed for four years for rape.

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After enjoying a brief stay of execution under a pop-up lease, the Café Métropôle will finally close on 26 February, confirmed the shareholders in a press release on Monday.

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Brussels’ popular “pushchair café”, L’Haricot Magique, has warned that its existence is threatened and it could have to close this spring if extra funding cannot be found.

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The landmark Café Metropole in the heart of Brussels has re-opened, thanks to three former employees of the bankrupt business.

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Cafes, pubs and restaurants in Belgium will be able to serve customers outdoors "safely and responsibly" from 8 May - with a 22.00 closing time and a maximum four people per table.

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Belgium has ordered all restaurants and cafes to close for a month from Monday and announced a nationwide curfew from midnight to 5.00, in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus.

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