The tavern Esperance (1-3 rue du Finistère), designed in 1930, is one of the last works of architect Leon Govaerts (1860-1930) Art Deco style, it has retained its beautiful marble storefront rhythm by a canopy surmounting the front door and a vertical neon letters trex graphics. The stained glass windows and geometric accentient the caractèreArt Deco facade. Since 2007, the establishment is classified the same spirit, Ge-ovaerts had done in 1928 at the request of the company bruxelois cafes, coffee Tanganyika (52 Market Street chickens in brussels al. Antoin Courtens) and 1929, coffee Dour (96 rue Royale in Brussels), both are missing.
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This photo shows the tavern as it was then. The place was a meeting place for many couples and people from a wealthy background.
Come back into the crazy atmosphere of the 30s and learn in three lessons, the dance symbolizes this period: The Charleston!