Located right next door to Resto and run by the same owners, this small shop lets you take sandwiches and brews to go during the day, while at night it transforms into a laid back tapas bar with over 300 beers to sample. Daytime visitors will find that the sandwiches are stacked with a lot more than turkey ham and Swiss. Expect options like boudin noir sausage and cow’s tongue to be stuffed between the pieces of bread. (Thankfully, any meat that would excite an actual cannibal will not be on the menu.) The evening offerings will be similarly meaty (still no actual cannibalism though!) with specials that include whole animal feasts. If you want to chow down on a pig, lamb or goat, just be sure to call ahead. And what’s with the cycling gear that’s spread around the shop? The name doesn’t come from some Zombie movie—Cannibal was actually the name of a famous Belgian cyclist—and the bicycle accoutrements pay homage to him. Whew!