How would you like to hold a meeting in an authentic Board Room (like the former bankers at the Nutsspaarbank), with a delicious lunch of salad and pumpkin cake? Or watch a film on a Saturday, combined with a mouth-watering surprise brunch? Or visit an exhibition with the chance to enjoy a beer afterwards? It’s all part of the deal at the Juni Café in Het Nutshuis.
Juni from the Molenstraat is now based in Het Nutshuis. This monumental former bank building hosts exhibitions, films, film festivals and experimental evenings, conceals a stunning city garden and now serves delicious food from Juni. A combination that’s not to be sneezed at, and all in the very heart of The Hague.
Juni is known for its eye-catching daily menus. Salads, soups, quiches, fresh juices and home-made patisserie. A delight to behold and healthy as well! All the vegetables are organic, the meat is free range and the fish is caught using responsible fishing methods. Juni sources as much of its produce as possible from local, small-scale suppliers.
Het Nutshuis is an independent podium for art, culture and society. Programmes are compiled with a particular emphasis on the backgrounds to, and diverse perspectives of, ongoing social issues. In addition to the programmes, rooms are available to hire for meetings or external events, and Het Nutshuis serves as a base for 11 social organisations.
Come and visit the restyled café or inviting garden, where you can sit back and enjoy a tasty bite to eat. Juni Café is open on weekdays from 8.30 to 17.30 and on Saturdays from 11.00 to 17.00.
Juni Café in Het Nutshuis… The Hague’s latest hotspot.
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Juni Café at Het Nutshuis, Riviervismarkt 5, 2513AM Den Haag