Brugge North is sure to be a hit on the North Side.
Brugge North features a menu similar to Point Brugge Cafe with additional items just for the North Side restaurant. Photo by Tracy Certo.

Brugge on North @ Alphabet City opened on Wednesday, April 18.

“Building on the legacy of Point Brugge Café and Park Bruges, Brugge on North @ Alphabet City will offer beloved Brugge classics like moules frites and their hamburger, along with dishes unique to Alphabet City, like house-made desserts,” the owners said in an email late Monday.

The new restaurant, which replaces Casellula, will be closed on Monday and open the following days and times:

Tuesday through Friday (Lunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. / Dinner 3 to 10 p.m. )
Saturday (Brunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m / Dinner 3 to 10 p.m.)
Sunday (Brunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. / Dinner 3 to 9 p.m.)

The restaurant does not accept reservations.

NEXTpittsburgh wrote about it in the article 5 new restaurants you need to visit: 

Brugge on North, 40 W. North Ave., North Side
The bustling North Side is getting a taste of Belgium. This spring, Brugge on North @ Alphabet City will replace Casellula in the former Masonic Hall that now houses City of Asylum’s bookshop and event space. Husband-and-wife team Jesse and Amy Seager, who run Point Brugge Café in Point Breeze and Park Bruges in Highland Park, teamed up with City of Asylum CEO Henry Reese to create their third location. While the fare will be similar to its sister restaurants — think Belgian-inspired faves such as steak frites, Carbonnade Flamande and Crispy Duck Leg Confit — expect a cultural aspect to the new endeavor. Literary and musical events will make the space a community hub that just happens to offer gourmet eats.

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