As you eat, wine is commonly served as well. You may be offered red wine, white
wine, or both with differing courses. No matter what you're served, don't
raise your glass until your host does so and don't take your first sip until
your host does.
Generally, a restaurant with a server will include a service charge with your bill
and no additional tip is needed or expected.
Luxembourg offers nearly every non-alcoholic drink on
the market from milk, juice, and soft drinks to coffee and tea. However, none hold
a special place in the hearts of the people because that is reserved for their alcoholic
There is a divide among the people between beer and wine; Luxembourg
produces both in great quality. There are a few local breweries and for many, there
is a passion in this drink that is commonly found in neighboring Belgium. However,
the country also produces great wines, particularly Rieslings along the Moselle
River, which borders Germany and is known for producing
some of the world's best Rieslings. Foreign wines, beers, and hard liquors are
also easily accessible.
Generally speaking, the tap water is safe to drink in Luxembourg,
but check with locals for any particular regional differences. Also, many people
may have troubles adjusting to the local tap water, as it will most certainly be
different from what your system is used to.