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Old typical Brussels bistro in a converted saddlery. The interior of the old “'t Jagertje” café in Jette was saved from its demolition in 1958 (due to the Universal Exhibition) and reinstalled in the former saddlery of the Eenens-Terlinden mansion, today the Maison des Arts in Schaerbeek. Nice terrace in the yard, away from the hustle and bustle.

L'Estaminet offers a seasonal cuisine, savoury or sweet, based on mostly local products free of pesticides and short circuit. Open Monday to Friday from 12 to 15 (lunch) and once a month on Sunday for brunch.

La Fonderie - Brussels Museum of Industry and Labor

The Brussels Museum of Industry and Labor is located in the heart of a district linked to the history of industrialization. The buildings (brick workshops, offices) were the headquarters of the Compagnie des Bronzes de Bruxelles (1862). The museum keeps a collection of machines and tools and important archives in different formats.
Cafeteria, meeting room, courtyard, green area.


Located under the Place Royale in Brussels, the archaeological site of the Palais du Coudenberg is a series of vaulted galleries with incomparable charm, remains of the former palace of Charles V. Its special atmosphere will give your creations a look and feel both mysterious and steeped in history.

As the Palais du Coudenberg is protected and open to visits, filming and shooting can be organized under certain conditions. The team welcomes and advises film crews, coordinates and processes applications for authorization.

Be-Here - Former Byrrh warehouse

Be-Here is an economic and urban distribution hub for Brussels, that offers semi-industrial spaces, storage, production, sales, but also offices, with functional common infrastructures.

The former Byrrh warehouse, named after the Violet family's aperitif drink, are a huge "Pyrenean" style building dating back to 1923 and listed in 1997. Located in the booming neighbourhood on the edge of Tour et Taxis, this emblematic industrial building offers a total area of 9.000m².


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