There are no less than 64 markets which take place each week in the Capital.
Here are some afternoon markets which, for several years, have flourished (in the Capital), adapting better to our lifestyle and which even more, often finish by an “afterwork” get together around a drink and a light meal snack.
Mondays, Place Van Meenen, at the foot of the magnificent City Hall of Saint-Gilles, small market from 12h till 19h. International quality products, aperitifs, tasting. The first market of its kind in Brussels.
Tuesdays and each day until Saturday, from 8 until 18h, flower market in the Grand Place.
Each Tuesday, a bio market takes place in the European quarter, on the Parliament esplanade.
Each Tuesday, market in Auderghem, St Julien area from 14h to 20h.
Wednesdays from 15 till 20h, night market in Woluwé-Saint-Lambert, Place Meudon, at the end of Avenue Georges Henri : butcher and fish shops, fruit and vegetables, flowers, dairy products, spices, tarts….And aperitifs on a magnificent terrace.
Without forgetting the famous Market Place du Châtealin in Ixelles from 13:00 pm to 19:30pm every Wednesdays, which we traditionally call “the market of French expats”, but of course, where everyone is welcome, is “the place to be” to have your aperitif !!! Tasting and full of international specialities.
Thursdays from 15h30 till 21h30 : in the Chant d’Oiseau area of Woluwé-Saint Lambert, next to the Grande Eglise, a market devoted entirely to organic foods which are long lasting and only foods that are in season. Tasting and afterwork aperitif according to the programme.
The gourmet market of the Sablon, the same Thursday from 15h till 21h, some twenty merchants offer their gastronomical products there.
Thursdays from 14 till 20h at Place Albert in Forest, organic products.
Fridays , very friendly market at Place des Chasseurs Ardennais in Etterbeek, from 13 till 19h.
Fridays, in Evere, at the Brussels’ cemetery, an artisanal market from 14 till 19h, good organic vegetables and nice light mealssnacks!