Place St. Géry has seen several transformations over the years; the square was once an island with an open air trading market that served as a city hub. Today it is a dynamic neighborhood which has something for every traveler who passes through. By day you can wander the Halles St. Géry, the 19th-century covered market building that is still in use as an artistic and cultural venue. Great cafes line the square, and unbeatable people watching abounds. At night, the neighborhood turns into a party center where small bars and dance clubs are packed to the brim with young people looking to let loose. Add in several Asian restaurants to keep you well fed, and Place St. Géry becomes an experience in Brussels you'll not soon forget.
Les Salades de Gaspard is a cozy little French restaurant well known for—you guessed it—salads. Bes... Read more