I almost missed the 2 cellists which will soothe your ears while you discover a vegetable or an herb garden, an orchard tucked inside each park.
For 6 days, Taste Brussels which started today invites you to discover What the Locals Grow in the heart of Brussels.
This discovery trail will be open from 5pm to 8pm and will from one park to the other each evening.
In case the walk makes you thirsty, each day will showcase a different micro-brewer from Brussels and the Brabant.
The series kicks off on September 22 at Parc du Rouge-Cloitre with Brasserie Cantillon and Michel Loute which the program describes as a Tomato Collector with no less than 425 varieties in his portfolio.
Some of them were captured by Alexandre Bibaut (picture above)
The small one on the left had me believe for a minute that it was a chestnut.
Access to these daily events is Free, Beer is not...
Each park is accessible by public transit.
This second edition of Gouter Bruxelles- Taste Brussels runs from September 21 to September 27...
Hopefully I will find my way to the 3rd Edition in 2010...