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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking


Monte Napoleone

Specialized in Mediterranean kitchen, Monte Napoleone is inspired by the infamous Milanese Via Monte Napoleone, one of the world’s most hip and trendy shopping areas.
Address: Mauritskade 95.


Situated on one of the most beautiful historic streets of The Hague, this recently restored restaurant serves first class cuisine in an atmospheric establishment.
Address: Lange Voorhout 51.

Sapphire Tower Restaurant

Fanciers of Chinese food are well served in Sapphire Tower Restaurant. This highly recommended Chinese restaurant combines great food with an astonishing view from one of the highest towers in the city.
Address: Jan van Riebeekstraat 571.

Eetcafé De Parodie

De Parodie is the perfect place for a good meal in a laid-back and homey environment. Prices are very reasonable and the menu offers something for everyone.
Address: Jacob Gillesstraat 21.


Restaurant Calla’s takes its name from the Mexican flower Calla, which is Greek for ‘pretty’. The serene beauty and subdued character of the flower are also reflected by the restaurant, which serves high-end cuisine that suits the likings of even the most demanding connoisseurs.
Address: Laan van Roos en Doorn 51A.


Muziekcafé De Paap

If you are into rock music, Muziekcafé De Paap must be on your shortlist of bars in The Hague. Many starting and more advanced rock bands have found their way to this bar – and from there on, into the music scene.
Address: Papestraat 32.

Bierspeciaal Café De Paas

When in the Netherlands, you must try the famous Dutch (and even some Belgian) beers! With over 150 beers, you will need a few nights to try them all. Just ask the friendly bartenders of Bierspeciaal Café De Paas about their specialties.
Address: Dunne Bierkade 16A.

Het Plein and the Grote Markt

With every glimpse of the sun, the Dutch rush outside to sit on terraces and enjoy drinks for as long as they can. In The Hague you will find a lot of these terraces in two lively areas: Het Plein and the Grote Markt. On these city squares you can enjoy drinks on the many laid-back terraces all night long. If rain should fall or the temperature drops, you can take your drinks inside into one of the many great bars that are situated in these areas.

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