The 4th edition of the Festival Eat Brussels is quickly approaching. One of the main innovations this year is the place take place at Parc de Bruxelles in the heart of the city. The festival is organized by Visit Brussels and aims to showcase some of the best projects that are taking place in the city around food and wine. The organizers offer a stands that are populated by different business, restaurants and food projects existing in Brussels. It will start on Thursday September 10 at 12:00 and finish on Sunday 13 at 20:00.
From a practical point of view, the entrance is free but you will have to buy Tokens (Jetons) in order to taste the different food and wine present in the festival. You can buy tickets in advance in this link.
Over the four-day festival, more than 50 Bordeaux winegrowers and merchants will operate different sampling pavilions to acquaint visitors with the diversity of their product lines: red wines as well as dry and sweet white wines, and Crémant (sparkling).
This is the final list of projects that you will find this year in the different stands: Ras Bol, Guignol Uccle, Atomium Restaurant, Hard Rock Cafe, Eclairs and Gourmandises, Elle & Les fromages de Suisse, Capoue, Kwint, Tiagos, Martin’s Restaurant, O Livan, Smart, El Vasco, Big Boss Restaurant, Notos , The Restaurant, BRU, Tram Experience, La Truffe Noire, Aux Perles de Bruxelles, Toukoul, Le Fanneur By Callens Cafe, Brasserie Rosse, Duvel, Mmmmh!, Les Borbons de Grand Mere, Cafes JJ Looze, Eurotartuffi, Le Manoir d’Alessandre, OL New Product, Massage Vitalite ZE.
In addition there will also be a selection of the best projects from the Brussels Urban Food Creativity Call: a competition that was launched this year in order to identify and select innovative projects that bring answers to future societal challenges like mobility, environment and health. Projects like La Fourna, Lady Marmelade, Hidden District, EATmosphere, Le quiosque a graines, etc…