Frunch: Urban Summer Vibes

Frunch is a creative way of lunching on Fridays. A term as such, was coined by Visit.Brussels a couple of years ago; it corresponds to relaxing Friday lunch, where you meet your friends, relish street food, enjoy some chilly drinks and relax to the sounds of good music. Frunch takes place in the courtyard of BIP in the heart of Place Royale. Usually on Fridays from May to September three random food trucks offer street food and drinks. Visit.Brussels thought of providing other necessary things: good location with plenty of tables and chairs, and excellent music. On top of that, chatty and happy people spread urban, summer vibes around the courtyard.



Visit.Brussels went a mile further in expanding its urban, summer offer, when it creatively converted its parking-lot into a temporary summer terrace. Actions like this prove that there are unlimited possibilities for transforming our cities into enjoyable urban spaces. I warmly invite anyone who happens to be in Brussels on any given Friday this summer to check out Frunch and to think of similar actions and initiatives that could bring advancements to their own neighborhoods. A few images below reveal a glimpse of the atmosphere from the latest Frunch.

📍Address: House of the Capital Region, Rue Royale, 2-4 1000 Bruxelles



Author: Karolina

Karolina is a blogger for Europolitan Trends, sharing stories about cities & regions, local businesses, and inspiring urban details. She is a public affairs professional, always ready to travel and explore.