In the Zuid neighbourhood of Antwerp, a vintage chic restaurant springs up, designed by Kurt Hereygers of Not Before Ten. The new restaurant is named Josephine’s, after the French-American dancer and singer Josephine Baker. With an exclusively second-hand interior and a Dry Martini Bar, Josephine’s is warm, stylish and hyper classical. On Jazzy Thursday, you can hear jazzy piano and double bass, and during the weekend the DJs select soul, funk and feel good music. The taste reflects a traditional, high-quality and seasonal cuisine with as much attention as possible to local products. Because of that, but especially because of the special attention to music, people used to come to Josephine’s for the total experience…


Josephine’s had a surface area of 400 m² with 80 seats in the restaurant and 50 at the bar.


In 2010 Leaders Club Belgium organised a competition. Josephine’s won the Silver Palm as the nation’s second best restaurant concept.

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