Gus invente la Brassonomie, une combinaison subtile entre les arts du brasseur et du gastronome. Gus est né d’une amitié et d’un accent belge.

La cuisine de Pierre Baeyens et Jonathan Delhière, anciens respectifs chez Bon Bon et Air du temps, vise des plats bistro-inspirés. Produits frais de saison, maîtrise culinaire et parfums brassicoles, font déjà du restaurant Gus une adresse culte du renouveau des artisans brasseurs.


Glacier Bargello

Bargello Glacier, located in the heart of Brussels, is a must-visit destination for all ice cream lovers. Our artisanal gelateria offers a wide range of delicious and unique flavors, all made with the finest ingredients and traditional techniques. From classic favorites like chocolate and vanilla to more exotic options like pistachio and passion fruit, there is something for everyone at Bargello Glacier.

We also offer a selection of vegan and lactose-free flavors, ensuring that everyone can indulge in our creamy treats. But Bargello Glacier is more than just a gelateria – it’s a place to gather with friends and family and create memories.

Our cozy interior and outdoor seating areas provide the perfect setting to enjoy a scoop or two of your favorite flavor while taking in the vibrant atmosphere of Brussels. So come and experience the magic of Bargello Glacier for yourself. We can’t wait to serve you our delicious and creamy gelato!


The European Quarter: Brussels’s cosmopolitan

We all know Brussels is the capital of the European Union, but did you know that the European Quarter is not just about institutions and grey offices? Throw out the clichés and head off down the beaten path to (re)discover this neighbourhood!

On the itinerary: museums worth a visit, cool spots to stop for a drink, a remarkable architectural heritage site with Art Nouveau gems, plus a host of parks and gardens where relaxation and picnics are the order of the day. Discover the European Quarter and the treasures hidden behind the institutions.


Street Art Brussels

For a few years now, the area around Brussels’ old fish market, by the Sainte Catherine church has become the open-air studio of French street artist OakOak. Playing cheekily with features of Brussels’ urban environment, OakOak transforms drain covers, doorsteps and street signage into humorous works of art. Ranging from manhole covers being swallowed by giant frogs to love stories between zebra crossing stripes, the artworks were commissioned by Brussels’ culture minister to make people look at the city in a new way.