Dear Boeremetfans,On December 27th we joyfully closed down our Boeremet 2012 season, after which our team will be retreating for a short winter stop.
In case you still haven't decided what to do on New Year's eve, we have a very attractive proposition to make. In the "Cellars" (previously called "Les caves de Cureghem"), NightConcept is organizing a "Wild Girl Party" featuring Kat Deluna.
As countless Miss elections or other contests are being organized all over the world, one should think "been there, seen that, done that"! You might be mistaken, though. Because there is that remarkable event called ”Pioneer SB 2012”.
Worldwide, the Duroc race is praised for its juiciness and tenderness, qualities acclaimed unanimously by all. The reason for this is because the intramuscular percentage of fat is higher than with other races.
Discover some of the famous Brussels dishes , their history, the people behind and the connection with the villages around Brussels. Find out the whole story on the Boeremet Thursday 22 November from 3 till 6.30 p.m.
The police and people from the social inspection recently swept through the rue Ropsy Chaudron in search for illegal economic activity in the small shops situated all along the street where our markets and slaughterhouses are situated too.
In the period between the second half of the 19th century and the second worldwar, the so-called "Choesels" were Brussels most famous dish. In those days, the notorious offal stew prepared with gueuze beer, was very popular in many bars and Read more...
On Monday, 5th November 2012, Abattoir S.A. has started up the first environmental works related to the Brussels Greenfield project and the construction of the new Food hall. The environmental works are being co-ordinated by the reputable soil Read more...
On Thursday 18th October, all visitors of the Boeremet are invited to HAPPY HOUR between 6 and 7 p.m. : two drinks for the price of one ! The crazy team of 'La Folie Douce' de Val Thorens will be present. Mister Fluo MC & Faboo on sax will Read more...