Named after one of the most beautiful Belgian cities, Brugge pays homage to such Belgian specialties as mussels, frites, crepes and, of course, beer. Calling itself a gastropub, Brugge doesn’t offer a huge menu, but what’s on offer is choice. The frites are as good, if not better, than their old country cousins, with a variety of great dipping sauces. The mussels come cooked in a variety of tasty broths; and the beer, brewed on site, is nonpareil. Go early if you don’t want to wait for a table, because this place gets deservedly crowded — even with the expanded upstairs seating (inside and balcony).