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Food & drinks in Zeeheldenkwartier
Zeeheldenkwartier has a lot to offer in terms of food and drink. You will find numerous authentic eateries and coffee shops, especially in the Prins Hendrikplein, Piet Heinstraat, Prins Hendrikstraat and Anna Paulownaplein. In summer, you can enjoy cosy terraces on these squares, where mostly locals can be found.
Haley's Comet Breakfast Club - Piet Heinstraat 133
On seeing the menu here, you immediately start salivating. If not because of the delectable 'All day breakfast' options then because of the insane milkshake combinations. The nostalgic 80s vibe at Haley's Comet is the icing on the cake.
Gastropub van Kinsbergen - Prins Hendrikplein 15
This favourite has successfully reinvented the wheel, introducing 'fancy pub food' alongside an extensive selection of beers. Kinsbergen's is always a bustling affair, and on Friday nights, a DJ comes to shake things up.
Plenty - Piet Heinstraat 37
At Plenty, you will enjoy 100% plant-based dishes. And you can enjoy sitting in the white atmospheric 'living room'. A real hotspot in the hip Zeeheldenkwartier. The cinnamon rolls are legendary!
Appeltje Eitje - Prins Hendrikstraat 69
One of the nicest lunches in Zeeheldenkwartier: Appeltje Eitje. The menu features many feel-good dishes such as pumpkin-choco pancakes, super toast with avocado and pita with pumpkin-harrisahoumous. As such, you'll run into lots of locals here.
Vincenzo's - Prins Hendrikstraat 75
In Zeeheldenkwartier, you will find the first Vincenzo's restaurant. Here they serve 'Italian food with a modern twist'. In the huge pizza ovens, pizzas are slid right in front of you, all topped with buffalo mozzarella. Thanks to a fine collaboration with Marius, they also always serve the best wines here.
De Sushimeisjes - Prins Hendrikstraat 96
The cosy Prins Hendrikstraat is home to the first branch of De Sushimeisjes. With only a few tables, the restaurant is small but nice. Perfect for a quick bite to eat in a casual atmosphere after shopping in Zeeheldenkwartier.
Bartine - Piet Heinstraat 72
Because the hot buns on Herengracht were unbeatable, Bartine opened a second shop on Piet Heinstraat in Zeeheldenkwartier. A bakery and neighbourhood shop in one with the tastiest saffron buns, sourdough breads and almond croissants. And yes, you can also order a delicious fresh bakkie pleur here.
Wicked Wines - Bazarstraat 42
At Wicked Wines, you can have relaxed drinks but also enjoy an exquisite dinner. The kitchen staff likes to work with seasonal produce and is influenced by French and Asian cuisines. Sounds delicious right?
Single Estate Coffee Roasters - Piet Heinstraat 15
Looking for the best local coffee? Then pop into the Single Estate flagship bar in The Hague. Besides plenty of choice of coffees from the espresso machine or filter, here they love to chat with you about coffee and bake the best buns and fresh croissants.
Shopping in the Zeeheldenkwartier
The main shopping streets are Prins Hendrikstraat, Zoutmanstraat and Piet Heinstraat. Here you will find fun home furnishing shops, trendy design shops, galleries, small clothes shops, cosy coffee shops, supermarkets and speciality shops. If you like discovering new things, Zeeheldenkwartier is definitely a must.
Achtung! Baby - Prins Hendrikstraat 97
A very fine one this one: Achtung! Baby. Founded with the idea of selling beautiful, good-quality second-hand branded clothes for children in a fresh, uncluttered shop. Totally successful! Further down the street, by the way, you will also find Achtung! Lady (Prins Hendrikstraat 160).
Yoghisa Store - Prins Hendrikstraat 138
At the Yogisha Store, you will find everything for a true yoga lifestyle; from yoga mats and clothes to meditation cushions. Plus, you'll get the best advice (if you want it) from experienced yogis!
Atelier Cocotier - Van Brakelstraat 108D
A true interior treasure store with unique items such as mouth-blown decanters from the Czech Republic and Moroccan Tamegroute. All according to the concept of affordable luxury. At Atelier Cocotier, you just have to walk in!
WNKL - Piet Heinstraat 57
A shop where you can dream away and take your time to browse extensively. A shop full of inspiration and surprises, but also full of fair trade and sustainable products. That's WNKL.
Little Green Shop - Prins Hendrikstraat 103
Little Green Shop is a mini department store full of vintage, unusual plants and unique products by local designers from The Hague. They also offer a 'green service' and specialise in making Kokedamas, Japanese plant art. On Suezkade in the Regentessekwartier, you will recently find Little Green Shop's little sister: Old Pine.
Alice in Wonderland - Piet Heinstraat 2
With this awesome children's book shop, Yvon and Stefan want to make sure children enjoy reading. They love to show the beauty of books and make sure you can spend hours here with a fantastic reading & play corner. Alice in Wonderland is really worth a visit!
Edwin Pelser - Piet Heinstraat 123
One of the most inspiring design and home furnishing shops in Zeeheldenkwartier: Edwin Pelser. Here you will find designer furniture and home accessories with a special story. For design lovers, a visit to Edwin Pelser with its beautiful Jugendstil premises is a must!
Culture in the Zeeheldenkwartier
There is always something to do in lively Zeeheldenkwartier. Every week there is a market, festival or other event to visit. Like the Zeeheldenfestival, which started out as a small neighbourhood party and has since grown into a multi-day event with performances, street theatre and activities.
Every Thursday you will find the Zeeheldenmarkt on the Prins Hendrikplein, full of daily fresh, artisanal and sustainable products. And throughout the year there are various (culinary) events in the Zeeheldenkwartier, such as the Asparagus Festival, the Mussel Festival, the Spring Festival, the Summer Festival and the Autumn Festival.
Grab a museum? Museum Beeld en Geluid offers insight into the media landscape and helps you become more aware of what you see and hear. Panorama Mesdag and The Mesdag Collection are dedicated to the work of the famous Hague painter Hendrik Willem Mesdag and his contemporaries from The Hague School.