Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, May 15, 2015.
this is worse than lightning returns. and lightning returns is god fucking awful.
i'll be in brussels week after next - any food recommendations please?
Just noticed I missed out on a sweet Inis Meain shawl collar on frans boone.
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I'm in Brussels now! No recommendations though.
Frites and beer surely?
I saw an amazing exhibit by Michaël Borremans exhibition @ Bozar (right behind the central station) when I was in Brussels (Sipang recommended it). The venue was great, you should see if they have anything interesting showing at the moment.
Nice - let me know if you find anything worth checking out. Whats your next stop in Europe?
Thank you - I'll check it out
This sounds pretty fail safe
Why not maison antioinette, it's been there since even before @sipang and I were playing basketball
Brussels related for hennree:
Visited my girlfriend while she was interning in Brussels this summer. I don't remember much specifically restaurant wise because I was just in for a weekend and only know a bit of French, but I remember there being a lot of cool restaurants and bars in the Saint-Gilles district.
Also had a blast Museum van Elsene (Musée D'Ixelles). I would look into what they're showing.
I bought a uni t-shirt from the school I did a short exchange at in Tokyo made by Champion Japan and it's incredibly soft. Does anyone know where I can buy blanks online?
@hennree It's a few years since I've visited, but seriously fries/chips and local mayonnaise from a van were probably one of the best takeaways I've ever eaten - unbelievably simple, but they've just got the knack. Restaurants were from memory generally quite pricey compared to France, but with very similar menus - seafood was very good. Obviously waffles are a must try whilst you're over there, and Brussels is renowned for it's chocolate. I can't remember specific restaurants to recommend, but like London (and probably most cities) if you head a street or two away from the main tourist drags you'll get better food, and at a better price. There are plenty of small bistros down side alleys.
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Haven't found the color way elsewhere.
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