Following a dizzyingly successful decade, during which it single-handedly kicked off the neighbourhood we now know as Crosstown, this perpetually buzzing room moved two doors down to a vastly bigger, multi-level space. The handsome brick and warm woods of the original remain, and it’s still just the spot for a pre- or post-event noshÑits proximity to the big arenas, and its excellent bar program of Belgian beers and inventive cocktails, make it a no-brainer for a lively night out. The foodÑBelgian by way of North AfricaÑis serious, and seriously good. Don’t miss the mussels Congolese, fired up with smoked chilies and brightened with cilantro and lime.