We're organising our yearly Belgian Mussel Festival this year in Brasserie Franco-Belge. Pre-order your tickets here.
It's a kids friendly festival and good opportunity to spend a relax Sunday arvo enjoying a typical Belgian dish with a Belgian beer. We have a good selection of beers to offer with Palm and Estaminet on tap and a range of classics in the fridge.
Feel free to bring friends and induce them in our Burgundian culture, this will be an epic day !
We are delighted to announce our first professional networking event. We're organising this event to enable network opportunities for business professionals in Melbourne with links to Belgium and/or the Netherlands. The event is the first of a series organised in collaboration by the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce and the Belgian Club Victoria.
To give the networking event a bit of Belgian flair, we'll host a tasting of a range of 5 Belgianstyle beers brewed in Melbourne paired with a few canapes.
Cost event: 40$ per person (includes 5 tasters, canapes and service fee). You can book your tickets here below.
There are only limited spots available due to the liquor licence, so we advise you to book your ticket as soon as possible.
Enjoy a sumptuous Belgian classic with a Melbourne twist at Brasserie Franco-Belge in Hawtorn East and hang around to watch the 103rd edition of "Flanders' most beautiful".
When: Sunday 7th of April - Brasserie open from 5pm - Dinner to 9pm - Cycling 9:30pm to 1:00pm
Where: Brasserie Franco-Belge. 9 Evans Place, Hawthorn East, Melbourne, VIC 3123
For dinner, please reserve a table online or call (03) 9191-7370.
Tour of Flanders:
First edition: 1913
Also known as: De Ronde, Ronde van Vlaanderen
Rider with most wins: Tom Boonen, Fabian Cancellara, Johan Museeuw, Achiel Buysse, Fiorenzo Magni, Eric Leman (all three wins)
Although it is still over a hundred years old, the Tour of Flanders is the youngest of the five Monuments. Its route is one of the toughest: a series of short, sharp hills and cobbled sections constantly whittle down the peloton and help to form attacks, breaks and splits.
Riders jostle for position before the base of each climb, and then use pure strength to make it out of the top in the lead – only to do it all again shortly afterwards. It’s a fascinating race to watch unfurl and always provides great drama and a worthy winner.
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