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  • 1. Artisanal Market

    The Saturday market sees stalls filled with antiques, secondhand goods, food, flowers, and plants scatter the streets of Brusselsestraat, Parijsstraat, Pensstraat, Mathieu de Layensplein, and...Read More

  • 2. Bittersweet

    An inspired local chocolaterie whose flavors range from out-there breakfast (yogurt, praline, and maple syrup) and robotski (a little robot-shape chocolate filled with ginger) chocolates...Read More

  • 3. BS40

    Lower Town

    Also known as Jitsk, this chocolaterie on rue au Buerre, which is packed with chocolate shops, is home to arguably the best macarons—soft yet flavorsome—in...Read More

  • 4. Chocolaterie Mary

    Lower Town

    A chocolatier to the royal family. The original owner, Mary Delluc, founded her shop in 1919 on rue Royale, where you'll still find a branch...Read More

  • 5. Elizabeth Chocolaterie

    A window packed with artisanal marshmallow cakes and meringues tempts visitors into this boutique sweet and chocolate shop, which also conjures traditional Flemish biscuits and...Read More

  • 6. Elsen Kaasambacht

    This excellent cheese shop specializes in raw milk, small-scale, and traditional cheeses from Belgium and France. The €12 platters are a great way to taste...Read More

  • 7. Flower Market

    Thursdays (1–6) on Brusselsestraat erupt in stalls brimming over with floral delights and bouquets. ...Read More

  • 8. Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert

    One of the oldest shopping malls in Europe, this elegant neo-Renaissance gallery first opened in 1847, and its towering columns and iron-and-glass roof make it...Read More

  • 9. Ganterie Italienne

    Lower Town

    Brussels used to be famous for its gloves, and the old tanneries on the rue des Tanneurs once produced the finest of leather. This glove...Read More

  • 10. Hunting and Collecting

    Lower Town

    This vast space dedicated to cutting-edge design in clothing, footwear, furniture, and accessories includes an art exhibition area in the basement. Its look is rarely...Read More

  • 11. Icon

    Lower Town

    Wild avant-garde fashions and timeless pieces—Dansaert's beloved store is appropriately named and rarely disappoints those willing to adopt a bold new look thanks to a...Read More

  • 12. Jeu de Bulles

    Lower Town

    Jeu de Bulles is a cult gem, home to some rare first-edition comic books, toys, and original prints from Tintin, Blake and Mortimer, Lucky Luke,...Read More

  • 13. Kure

    Upper Town

    Boulevard de Waterloo's Kure is a firm fixture on the fashionista front, with a mix of French, Belgian, and Scandinavian designers all touting everyday wear...Read More

  • 14. Laurent Gerbaud

    Upper Town

    A wonderful café and chocolate shop perfect for resting your feet between museums. Sit down with a hot chocolate and a cake, or sample one...Read More

  • 15. Mellow Concept Store

    Stylish concept store and fashion boutique offering clothes, accessories, and a few small furniture pieces from selected designers....Read More

  • 16. Monsel

    Lower Town

    Something of an old stager, this traditional umbrella shop and milliners has a wide choice of caps and hats. It has also been going for...Read More

  • 17. Mook's

    Long established on the Châtelain scene, Mook's has a slick range of women's clothes and accessories. It also has a sister store, Chouke (rue du...Read More

  • 18. Pierre Marcolini

    Upper Town

    Marcolini's talents have long since outgrown his flagship chocolate shop in Sablon. He has stores stretching all the way to Japan these days, but his...Read More

  • 19. Planète Chocolat

    Lower Town

    As well as selling delicious handmade chocolates, this store also does demonstrations in French and English (€7) and runs lessons (€100) for those who want...Read More

  • 20. Sablon Antique Market

    Upper Town

    Each weekend morning, a lively antiques market (Saturday 9–5, Sunday 9–3) takes over the upper end of the square. It isn't for bargain hunters, though....Read More

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