I don't think there is a specific board game store in Brugge, there is however: De Krokodil, it's a toy store that also sells some boardgames. After trying googling boardgames and Brugge I figured this much. I guess I won't come with plans on what to uy, but just see if I find anything worthwhile. City centre shopping tends to be eventful in early december. I'll check.
For the rest in De Haan there is also a toy store which carries a big collection of boardgames: Haan op Stelten, but it depends on what kind of games you are looking for.I'm on foot (I'm with a group that will have a dance performance in brugge. Which means Hotel -> Theatre), so in absence of underground system I'll stick with city centre.
A little bit outside of the historical center of Brugge, but still within walking distance:It seems a bit far, depends on where we'll stay. But bio supermarket seems a good destination on its own.
Biovita - Toyvita, Torhoutsesteenweg 179, 8200 Brugge Sint-Andries.
The shop is a sort of bio-supermarket with a focus on alternative food. They also have an excellent range of alternative boardgames (999 Games and others - 999 games has a Dutch version of most of the "popular" games like PowerGrid, Agricola, Blue Moon, Dominion, ...).
The Striep carries some games and can probably order most stuff you are looking forThat's also in the city's centre.
You know it's weird how these FLGS's go. This next week I'll be in Munich which for a city this size it's kind of surprising it doesn't have a FLGS (RPGs and miniatures yes, but no boardgame store as such). So it's not weird for a smaller city like Brugge to not have one, BUT believe it or not I've found a very decent store in Kuopio (with a copy of Nexus Ops I "forgot" to buy... ).
So thanks to everybody for information. I think I won't be expecting much, but rather enjoying my stay in Brugge, doing Christmas shopping with above mentioned stores included (oh, I've just found a tea shop in the centre as well, sweet.)