06

BOZAR CAFE VICTOR reopens its doors from 25 June. Come and enjoy a tasty lunch or share a drink after visiting one of our exhibitions - inside our stylish interior or at one of our outside tables.

We are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m., albeit with a slightly less extensive menu than usual. 'Disposable' paper menus are available or you can scan the QR code which will direct you to the menu on our website. Our kitchen is open between 12.30 a.m. and 3 p.m. If it's lunch you're after, it is always a good idea to book your table on 02/213.19.19, but we also accommodate spontaneous hungry visitors!

Because of the summer recess CAFE VICTOR will close temporarily on 21 July, but we reopen on 18 August from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

See you soon!

 


  • Support Culture and benefit from exceptional advantages

    The spring of 2020 marked the start of a challenging period for many sectors, including the world of culture. The uncertainty as we await the government’s decision on the resumption of cultural activities affects our communication on future BOZAR concerts. You will have noticed that the brochure for our new musical season has not yet landed in your letter box. Likewise, you have not yet been able to (re)subscribe for the upcoming season.

    read more
    — published on
  • Summer internship for children

    From 17 to 21 August, 5 cultural organisations of the Mont des Arts organise a bilingual summer internship for children: : l'illustration dans tous ses états! BELvue, BOZAR, Cinematek, the Coudenberg Palace and Experience.Brussels join forces and let your children spend five days searching for the treasures of the Mont des Arts. With illustration as their starting point, the 5 museums will lead them through architectural gems, known or less known, in the heart of the capital.

    read more
    — published on
  • Design by Decay, Decay by Design / Andrea Ling (CA) © Andrea Schmaling

    STARTS Prize 2020

    STARTS stands for Science, Technology, and Arts. The European Commission’s initiative aims to promote innovative cooperation between science, technology, and the arts and to bring it to the wider public’s attention in the form of the STARTS Prize. This year, the “STARTS PRIZE '20—Grand Prize Artistic Exploration” goes to the Canadian architect and installation artist Andrea Ling, and the "STARTS Prize '20 Grand Prize—Innovative Collaboration” is being awarded to the Russian artist Olga Kisseleva. Both artists can look forward to a STARTS trophy and 20,000 euros each. In the autumn BOZAR LAB brings together the winners and other works from the STARTS network in the exhibition STARTS Prize '20: Speculating on the Future through Art and Science.

    — published on