And the winners are !

Meet on Saturday 5 February at 4.15 pm in front of the 'Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image Imprimée' in La Louvière. They arrived according to their place on the podium of my little memory game... Seb, David and then Pierre-Ambroise. Pierre-Ambroise replaced Rémy, who unfortunately for him, could not be with us.

For my 'famous' Brig evening, I wanted to share a graphic moment before going to eat in a nice restaurant. On the occasion of Europalia on the theme of trains, the 'Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image Imprimée' of La Louvière proposes a very interesting exhibition allowing us to discover 150 years of SNCB posters. A nice way to discover an aspect of my job! My three guests seemed to appreciate this discovery. I found it very interesting, with a surprising diversity of styles and the striking designs of André Pasture, which I appreciate very much.

We then went to discover La Louvière, first in search of a café to have a drink before going to the restaurant. We chose the 'Brasserie Mansart', on the square of the same name. This was an opportunity for everyone to get to know each other. It seemed to me that the different people are starting to appreciate each other ;-)

Time now for a short walk to the restaurant Céma Passion, located in a more residential area, a little away from the centre. We tasted the three course of the Ephémère menu, simply excellent, without fuss and efficient. The atmosphere is very pleasant, we go from serious subjects to good laughs, and we also get to know each other beyond a purely business context.

We left the restaurant a little before midnight and were amazed, to say the least, by the nightlife in the centre of La Louvière... you could say that there is a lot of atmosphere.

Once again, a big thank you to all those who played this little game, and to the three winners for making this evening a very pleasant one!

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CREDITS - Michel Evrard (Photography)