Be informed in Brussels.

Posted on 24.09.2014

Back to Brussels and a busy agenda, with new energy and great new projects. But how to know what the best is to see, to hear, to taste, in Brussels? Expats in Brussels has chosen 3 sources "off the beaten path" of great ideas for you.

Non peut-être (EN/FR) is a Facebook group with a suggestive name, a well-known Belgian expression meaning « yes, certainly ! ». The group aims to publish several times a week the five best Brussels’ addresses according to a specific topic: 5 new restos, 5 hockey clubs, 5 addresses for vintage design, 5 exhibitions in September…and more !!

Practical and fun !

https://www.facebook.com/brussels.nonpeutetre?fref=ts

 

Brussels’ kitchen, the guide to food with style (FR/EN) cannot be ignored by food critics in Brussels. Restaurants, wine bars, tea salons, markets, events and food experiences, guest houses and charming hotels are reviewed here, from the opening, or just about.   These two young people from Brussels are absolutely everywhere, and we gladly follow them with eyes closed !!!

http://www.brusselskitchen.com

 

Alphabeta Magazine (FR) is a quarterly webzine which made its first appearance in March 2012. Set up by a team searching for new creative experiences, this project was born from a common wish to set up a base which could serve as an exchange platform for artistic creation.  After two years and nearly a dozen online publications, Alphabeta Magazine can be defined as a real cultural catalyst, collecting and exhibiting different talents at the same time, all depicting a strong visual identity.

And Alphabeta Magazine also has an agenda which gathers together*key events each week in Brussels.

http://alphabetamagazine.com

 

 

 

Expats in Brussels wishes you an excellent return start!

 

 

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